Handbook of Information Security, Key Concepts, Infrastructure, Standards, and Protocols / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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The Handbook of Information Security is a definitive 3-volume handbook that offers coverage of both established and cutting-edge theories and developments on information and computer security. The text contains 180 articles from over 200 leading experts, providing the benchmark resource for information security, network security, information privacy, and information warfare.
About the Author
Hossein Bidgoli, Ph.D., is professor Management Information Systems at California State University. Dr. Bidgoli helped set up the first PC lab in the United States. he is the author of 43 textbooks, 27 manuals and over five dozen technical articles and papers on various aspects of computer applications, information systems and network security, e-commerce and decision support systems published and presented throughout the world. Dr. Bidgoli also serves as the editor -in-chief of the Internet Encyclopedia and the Encyclopedia of Information Systems. The Encyclopedia of Information Systems.
The Encyclopedia of Information Systems was the recipient of one of the Library Journal's Best Reference Sources for 2002 and The Internet Encyclopedia was recipient of one of the PSP Awards (Professional and Scholarly Publishing), 2004. Dr. Bidgoli was selected as the California State University, Bakersfield's 2001-2002 Professor of the Year.
Table of Contents
VOLUME I: KEY CONCEPTS, INFRASTRUCTURE, STANDARDS, AND PROTOCOLS.
Part 1: Key Concepts and Applications related to Information Security.
Part 2: Infrastructure for the Internet, Computer Networks, and Secure Information Transfer.
Part 3: Standards and Protocols for Secure Information Transfer.
VOLUME II: INFORMATION WARFARE; SOCIAL, LEGAL, AND INTERNATIONAL ISSUES; AND SECURITY FOUNDATIONS.
Part 1: Information Warfare.
Part 2: Social and Legal Issues.
Part 3: Foundations of Information, Computer and Network Security.
VOLUME III: THREATS, VULNERABILITIES, PREVENTION, DETECTION, AND MANAGEMENT.
Part 1: Threats, Vulnerabilities, Prevention, Detection, and Management.
Part 2: Prevention: Keeping the Hackers and Crackers at Bay.
Part 3: Detection, Recovery, Management, and Policy Considerations.