Protecting LAN Resources A Comprehensive Guide to Securing, Protecting and Rebuilding a Network Gilbert Held 4-Degree Consulting, Macon, Georgia, USA With the rapid evolution of distributed computing, security has become a key issue for all network users. This timely book provides valuable guidance on how to protect LAN (Local Area Network) resources, including hardware, software and data. Feautures include:
- An examination of physical security, detailing access control techniques, access to cables, file servers and work-stations.
- Detailed coverage of data security and storage protection, reviewing the identification of viruses, back-up techniques and disk mirroring.
- Advice on file access control, transmission security and administrative security. Clear guidelines are provided on encryption techniques, safe e-mail and the prevention of dial-in hacker access.
- State-of-the-art information on the creation of a network bible and the use of hot and cold sites in contingency planning.
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