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Enterprise Information Security and Privacy Hardcover – Dec 31 2009


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C. Warren Axelrod is a director of global information security at a major financial firm responsible for security policies, standards, and awareness. He has been a senior information technology manager on Wall Street for more than 25 years, has contributed to numerous conferences and seminars, and has published extensively. Dr. Axelrod is the author of Outsourcing Information Security (Artech House, 2004). Jennifer Bayuk is the Chief Information Security Officer for Bear Stearns & Co., Inc. Ms. Bayuk has been a manager of information systems audit, a big 4 security consultant and auditor, and security software engineer at AT&T Bell Laboratories.

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Any business that values the safety of its technological information needs "Enterprise Information" June 11 2009
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Information is king in the current era, and a thief who gets your information will live like a king. "Enterprise Information: Security and Privacy" is a complete and comprehensive manual to the world of information security, describing how raising one's technology defenses is perhaps one of the most sound investments one can make in a world where everything is connected to computers in some way. With chapters on general privacy, the law when it comes to technology and information, finances, and so much more, "Enterprise Information" leaves nothing out. Any business that values the safety of its technological information needs "Enterprise Information".


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