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Return to Book Page. Computer Security Fundamentals by Chuck Easttom ,. William Easttom, II. KEY BENEFIT This gateway into the world of computer security provides one-volume coverage of all the basic concepts, terminology and issues, along with practical skills essential to security. Topics covered range from those commonly found in security books such as virus attacks, buffer overflow, hacking spyware and network defense, as well as more specialized areas includi KEY BENEFIT This gateway into the world of computer security provides one-volume coverage of all the basic concepts, terminology and issues, along with practical skills essential to security.
Topics covered range from those commonly found in security books such as virus attacks, buffer overflow, hacking spyware and network defense, as well as more specialized areas including cyber terrorism, industrial espionage and encryption. Providing a comprehensive introduction, this volumes examines assessing a target system, denial of service attacks, malware, basics of assessing and securing a system, encryption, Internet fraud, and cyber crime, industrial espionage, cyber terrorism and information warfare, cyber detective, security hardware and software.
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Start your review of Computer Security Fundamentals. Jan 07, Rachel Bayles rated it liked it Shelves: professional. Very basic text for non-IT types to get an idea what goes on underneath the hood. At the very least, will frighten you into doing regular backups.
Jun 23, Wayne McCoy rated it liked it Shelves: non-fiction-computer. A solid introduction to computer security basics covering topics ranging from hackers and frauds to security policies and computer forensics. This book is by no means comprehensive, but provides lots of very useful information to anyone looking for a start in computer security. Each chapter ends with a series of self tests and exercises built to give the user further knowledge, and the book is full of links for further study and information.
There are plenty of real world examples and best practi A solid introduction to computer security basics covering topics ranging from hackers and frauds to security policies and computer forensics.
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Readers also enjoyed. About Chuck Easttom. Chuck Easttom. Chuck Easttom is an internationally renowned computer security expert and trainer. He has been in the IT industry for over 18 years and training for over He has conducted numerous computer security courses over the past decade, most notably for the Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force.
He was also part of the CEH version 8 job task analysis team. He is the author of 15 computer science books including two computer security textbooks from Pearson publishing that are used at universities around the world. He is also the author of a book specifically on computer crime from Cengage publishing, and most recently a computer forensics textbook from Jones and Barlett publishing. Chuck has been a speaker on various computer security related topics including the following: the Harvard Computer Society topic the history of computer crime , Columba University ACM Chapter topic the history of computer viruses , Takedown con multiple topics all related to cryptography , and Hacker Halted topic cryptography , and the Southern Methodist University Computer Science and Engineering research colloquium topic organized computer crime and terrorism.
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