Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 1992, 556 pages
The thought of someone getting unauthorized access to the information you have stored on your personal computer is not a pleasant one. Even worse, however, would be the sudden disappearance of all your data in a disk crash.
Now, with The Stephen Cobb Complete Book of PC and LAN Security, you'll discover the most cost-effective methods for protecting your personal computer and the data that it holds from unwanted intruders and equipment failures. Computer expert Stephen Cobb takes a calm, realistic approach to this growing problem, explaining how to guard your system from today's most common threats, including:
And, since an increasing number of offices are connecting their computer systems together, Cobb examines not only the security aspects of stand-alone PCs, but also the problems that face local area networks (LANs).
Throughout, the emphasis is on how to create effective security through careful planning, simple precautions, and user-training, rather than with expensive equipment. Whether you're a PC owner or a network administrator, this comprehensive guide can show you how to improve the security of your data without spending a fortune.
AAAARRRGGG!!!!! I'm ashamed to own this book. Qualified bullshit that makes a press release from Microsoft look truthful.