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IT Security Cookbook
This book was written over ten years ago, when there was a lack of material on IT-Security available (e.g. SANS was just starting out). Some sections were never finished, and other are not out of date, but it is provided here for reference purposes.
- Briefly discuss threat & risk analysis.
- Provide a framework for deciding how tightly systems need to be secured (classification)
- How to create security policies, processes, structure and responsibilities required in a security organisation.
- Presentation of logical & physical security mechanisms.
- Provide technical guidelines for UNIX, Firewalls, NT, Web, Win95, OLTP, Oracle, Sybase, Java, Office applications, Programming and TCP/IP Networks.
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