8 edition of Intranet Security found in the catalog.
by Prentice Hall PTR
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||260|
Considering Security. Before we get started, no guide to designing and setting up an intranet would be complete without some reference to intranet security. Ensuring the security and integrity of all the information and data on your intranet will be a top concern regardless of which option you choose to deploy. Chapter 9 Intranet Security Bill Mansoor, Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) Intranet Security as News in the Media – “State Department Contract Employees Fired, Another Disciplined for Looking - Selection from Computer and Information Security Handbook [Book].
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Intranet Security offers an in-depth discussion of available intranet security products and technologies. Perhaps the most well-known measure for securing intranets is the use of firewalls.
The report compares the different types of firewall products, describes the capabilities and limitations of firewalls, and offers a set of guidelines for Author: Debra Cameron. "Intranet Security: Stories from the Trenches" will help you raise management's awareness of the security issues derived from the wide use of corporate intranets.
Hence, true to its title, this book offers detailed narratives "from the trenches" that might help one not make the same mistakes the author has encountered during her work as a by: 6. In this situation, I decided to write Internet and Intranet Security to give a more comprehensive overview about currently available security techniques and mechanisms for TCP/IP-based networks.
The book has been written to serve the needs of computer and network professionals that have interest in understanding, establishing, and supporting Cited by: Intranet Security Paperback – J by John R. Vacca (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback, J "Please retry" 1/5(1). Practical Intranet Security is a clear and concise book that covers the range of today's authentication and authorization technologies. I was particularly impressed with the discussions on SESAME - this was the first book that makes the goals and design of SESAME clear.
It also provides good introductory material on network security and cryptography.5/5(2). Foreword by Lars Knudsen Practical Intranet Security focuses on the various ways in which an intranet can be violated and gives a thorough review of the technologies that can be used by an organization to secure its intranet.
This includes, for example, the new security architecture SESAME, which builds on the Kerberos authentication system, adding to it both public-key. The book concludes with a comparison of the technologies. This book is different from other network security books in that its aim is to identify how to secure an organization's intranet.
Previously books have concentrated on the Internet, often neglecting issues relating to. Basic Internet Security. The digital world is changing at a tremendous speed. New communication technologies open up new possibilities, but by using them you can also expose yourself, and others, to risks.
Many people have trouble assessing these risks especially with regard to the subject of safe digital communication. This is particularly. Security Best Practices to Protect Intranet Servers One may wonder whether there are some potential security concerns regarding intranet web servers.
The answer is globally "yes", depending on the context, and at least the following in most cases. Independence Ave., S.W. Washington, DC Phone: Media Inquiries: Browse book content. About the book. Search in this book. Search in this book.
Browse content Many organizations encounter a common problem in their approach to intranet security: They treat intranets as an internal tool that is hidden deep in the corporate network and is somehow immune from external attacks.
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Chapter 8 Intranet Security Bill Mansoor, Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) Many organizations encounter a common problem in their approach to intranet security: They treat intranets as an - Selection from Network and System Security, 2nd Edition [Book]. The issue of intranet security is usually met with stifled yawns or glazed eyes when it’s mentioned in the office.
Often there’s an assumption that because it’s an internal network, the intranet site is somehow magically secure from viruses and hacking. But the issue of intranet security goes beyond external threats. Internet and Intranet Security, Management, Risks and Solutions addresses issues of information security from the managerial, global point of view.
The global approach allows us to concentrate on issues that could be influenced by activities happening on opposite sides of the globe. Practical Intranet Security focuses on the various ways in which an intranet can be violated and gives a thorough review of the technologies that can be used by an organization to secure its intranet.
This book is different from other network security books in that its aim is to identify how to secure an organization's intranet. Authored by an international expert in information technology and computer security systems, Internet and Intranet Security helps computer and networking engineers understand, develop, and support secure TCP/IP-based networks, and enables security professionals to build efficient systems for safeguarding commercial Internet applications.
In this comprehensive book, readers will find a detailed overview of the security issues and trends involved in setting up and maintaining an Intranet. All of the strategies for implementing a plan are covered including UNIX security issues, viruses and antivirus software, dealing with security incidents, and social engineering.5/5(1).
In this comprehensive book, readers will find everything they need to know for setting up and maintaining an Intranet security plan. It covers everything from UNIX security issues, virus and antivirus software, disaster recovery, and social engineering.
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