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Provides a broad introduction to the many areas of computer security and a detailed description of current security standards. This handbook describes complicated concepts like trusted systems, encryption, and mandatory access control in simple terms, and contains a thorough, readable introduction to the "Orange Book." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Rick Lehtinen started his career in electronic communications, from installing two-way radios to building television stations and satellite uplink facilities. Frequent contribution of articles to the trade press led to a position as an editor at Broadcast Engineering magazine, as well as a sister publication, Video Systems, which was followed by nationwide travel promoting desktop video production as "Dr. Video".After relocating to Phoenix, Lehtinen researched and produced marketing information for the semiconductor industry. This lead to a survey of computers and networking, which field eventually became a passion. Lehtinen financed his studies by teaching and writing, and is on the adjunct faculty of several community colleges and vocational schools. As a course writer for the Cisco Network Academy, he has worked with materials from conception through post-production, including learner assessment and the creation of annoying multiple choice questions. Lehtinen holds certifications in computer security (CISSP), networking (CCNP, CCDP), and telecommunications design (BICSII RCDD) and is the author of Computer Security Basics, 2/E. His hobbies include spending time with his family, playing the tuba, and writing about complimentary/alternative medical technologies.
G.T. Gangemi, Sr., is Director of Wang Laboratories' Secure Systems Program. The Wang organization mirrors the structure of the U.S. government's Information Security (INFOSEC) program, encompassing computer security (COMPUSEC), communications security (COMSEC), TEMPEST, and physical access. Mr. Gangemi is responsible for all Wang security-related products designed for government and commercial use. He has previously held management positions at Wang in a variety of areas, including research and development, product management and marketing, account management, and business planning. He attended La Salle College and the Program for Senior Executives at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government. He served in the U.S. Army and is a private pilot.
Looking for that one book that offers basic security principals, maybe things you missed in other books ? This book offers the very BEST in the basics of Security.. Read morePublished on March 9 2001 by Edward P Yakabovicz
Computer Security Basics provides an excellent reference for anyone interested in computer and network security, from the newbie to the practicing computer security professional. Read morePublished on Jan. 20 2000 by Glenn
This is a good book to cover computer securities, however this book is out of date. This would be a great book if it was updated.Published on Sept. 9 1998