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Introduction To Computer Security

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Introduction To Computer Security is based on the author’s book, Computer Security: Art And Science. The complex and mainly mathematical coverage of the subject is in Computer Security: Art And Science. This book introduces the fundamentals of computer security, modeling and analysis techniques, and shows how to design and implement security mechanisms. The book also shows how weaknesses might be exploited by attackers and how to counter this. It starts with an overview of computer security, then covers information and security policies and introduces basic cryptography. It also discusses authentication techniques and key management. The book then explains the basic design principles, representation of identity and access control methods. It then provides an introduction to assurance and discusses evaluation of systems. Introduction To Computer Security then explains topics such as vulnerability analysis and malicious logic, intrusion detection, auditing and network security, user security, system security, and program security. The book also delves into topics like extended euclidean algorithm, lattices, and virtual machines. The book introduces modeling and analysis techniques for computer security. It teaches how to analyze, translate and implement security requirements into security policies and shows how to ensure that these policies are correctly implemented. Introduction To Computer Security provides a fundamental and uncomplicated introduction to the subject of computer security. It is meant to be a self-study guide and is more focused on the application of security principles rather than on an exposition of the principles themselves.

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Introduction To Computer Security is based on the author’s book, Computer Security: Art And Science. The complex and mainly mathematical coverage of the subject is in Computer Security: Art And Science. This book introduces the fundamentals of computer security, modeling and analysis techniques, and shows how to design and implement security mechanisms. The book also shows how weaknesses might be exploited by attackers and how to counter this. It starts with an overview of computer security, then covers information and security policies and introduces basic cryptography. It also discusses authentication techniques and key management. The book then explains the basic design principles, representation of identity and access control methods. It then provides an introduction to assurance and discusses evaluation of systems. Introduction To Computer Security then explains topics such as vulnerability analysis and malicious logic, intrusion detection, auditing and network security, user security, system security, and program security. The book also delves into topics like extended euclidean algorithm, lattices, and virtual machines. The book introduces modeling and analysis techniques for computer security. It teaches how to analyze, translate and implement security requirements into security policies and shows how to ensure that these policies are correctly implemented. Introduction To Computer Security provides a fundamental and uncomplicated introduction to the subject of computer security. It is meant to be a self-study guide and is more focused on the application of security principles rather than on an exposition of the principles themselves.
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Title Introduction To Computer Security Height 24
SATHYANARAYANA S. VENKATRAMANAYYA MATT BISHOP Width 18
ISBN-13 9788177584257 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 8177584251 Spine Width
Publisher Financial Times / Imprint Of Pearson Pages
Edition 1st Edition, 2005 Availability Out Of Stock

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