1st Edition

Secure Computers and Networks Analysis, Design, and Implementation

By Eric A. Fisch, Gregory B. White Copyright 2000
    366 Pages
    by CRC Press

    This updated guide presents expert information on analyzing, designing, and implementing all aspects of computer network security. Based on the authors' earlier work, Computer System and Network Security, this new book addresses important concerns regarding network security. It contains new chapters on World Wide Web security issues, secure electronic commerce, incident response, as well as two new appendices on PGP and UNIX security fundamentals.

    Fundamentals of Computer Security
    Risk Assessment and Mitigation
    Developing Secure Computer Systems
    Security Models
    User Authentications
    Access and Information Flow Controls
    Auditing and Intrusion Detection
    Damage Control and Assessment
    Database Security
    Network Security
    Secure Electronic Commerce
    World Wide Web Security
    Malicious Code
    Security Standards
    Case Studies
    Appendices: Information Warfare; UNIX Security


    Eric A. Fisch; Gregory B. White