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“…This book is unique in its approach…and in conveying the overall strategy to the reader…” (Managing Risk, Summer 2003)
All the worksheets and templates you need to create a complete customized security plan that works for your business
Let's face it: Security is a business problem, not just a technical challenge. Whether hackers simply want to test their skills or steal your data, they can-and will-do incalculable damage to your company. You need a solid plan. The good news is that Eric Greenberg has done most of the planning work for you.
This isn't just an "I told you so" book. You get hands-on involvement from the start. You'll see your own customized security plan template begin to take shape as you complete the accompanying worksheets. Choose any one of the security plans outlined in this book, and you will be able to protect your data and deter hackers. And by implementing the proven strategies Greenberg details, you can secure your company's competitive edge for the long term.
Backed up by solid business planning methods collected from years of experience, Greenberg:
* Steps you through a complete customized security improvement plan
* Provides worksheets at every stage that you can use to create a comprehensive and meaningful security plan
* Introduces practical risk management techniques to intelligently assess and manage the network security risks and costs facing your organization
The book's companion Web site contains the security planning template and all the worksheets in downloadable Microsoft Word format as well as additional resources to ensure that you have exactly what you need to protect your company.
Greenberg advocates an actionable, meaningful security approach that doesn't get hung up on methodology or reliance on abstract standards, like DoD and other common standards. Read morePublished on Feb. 22 2003
This book provides an easily-adaptable methodology for the development and implementation of a comprehensive security plan, while avoiding the pitfalls that doom most of these... Read morePublished on Feb. 17 2003 by Chris Haggstrom
What's mission critical at my company isn't somewhere else, but I had no idea how to figure that out, let alone write up the proposal for my boss until I came across Eric... Read morePublished on Feb. 10 2003