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Network security : a beginner's guide / Eric Maiwald.

By: Maiwald, Eric.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Network professional's library. Publisher: New York : Osborne/McGraw-Hill, c2001Description: xxix, 400 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0072133244; 9780072133240.Subject(s): Computer networks -- Security measures | Computer security | Computer ScienceDDC classification: 005.8 Online resources: Publisher description | Table of contents | Contributor biographical information | WorldCat details | Ebook Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Part I : Information security basics -- What is information security? -- Types of attacks -- Information security services -- Part II : Ground Work -- Legal issues in information security -- Policy -- Managing risk -- Information security process -- Information security best practices -- Part III : Practical solutions -- Internet architecture -- Virtual private networks -- E-commerce security needs -- Encryption -- Hacker techniques -- Intrusion detection -- Part IV : Platform-specific implementations -- Unix security issues -- Windows NT security issues -- Windows 2000 security issues -- Part V : Appendixes -- Process project plan ; Unix vs. Windows : which is more secure? ; Resources to learn more about security ; Incident response procedure testing scenario
Summary: Summary: Explains how to create a successful security program, covering anti-virus software, firewalls, smart cards, intrusion detection, secure e-commerce transactions, and recommended technical and administrative practices.
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Table of contents Part I : Information security basics --
What is information security? --
Types of attacks --
Information security services --
Part II : Ground Work --
Legal issues in information security --
Policy --
Managing risk --
Information security process --
Information security best practices --
Part III : Practical solutions --
Internet architecture --
Virtual private networks --
E-commerce security needs --
Encryption --
Hacker techniques --
Intrusion detection --
Part IV : Platform-specific implementations --
Unix security issues --
Windows NT security issues --
Windows 2000 security issues --
Part V : Appendixes --
Process project plan ; Unix vs. Windows : which is more secure? ; Resources to learn more about security ; Incident response procedure testing scenario

Summary:
Explains how to create a successful security program, covering anti-virus software, firewalls, smart cards, intrusion detection, secure e-commerce transactions, and recommended technical and administrative practices.

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