Security Engineering: A Guide to Building Dependable Distributed Systems, 2nd Edition
Foreword by Bruce Schneier.
Chapter 1 What Is Security Engineering?
Chapter 2 Usability and Psychology.
Chapter 3 Protocols.
Chapter 4 Access Control.
Chapter 5 Cryptography.
Chapter 6 Distributed Systems.
Chapter 7 Economics.
Chapter 8 Multilevel Security.
Chapter 9 Multilateral Security.
Chapter 10 Banking and Bookkeeping.
Chapter 11 Physical Protection.
Chapter 12 Monitoring and Metering.
Chapter 13 Nuclear Command and Control.
Chapter 14 Security Printing and Seals.
Chapter 15 Biometrics.
Chapter 16 Physical Tamper Resistance.
Chapter 17 Emission Security.
Chapter 18 API Attacks.
Chapter 19 Electronic and Information Warfare.
Chapter 20 Telecom System Security.
Chapter 21 Network Attack and Defense.
Chapter 22 Copyright and DRM.
Chapter 23 The Bleeding Edge.
Chapter 24 Terror, Justice and Freedom.
Chapter 25 Managing the Development of Secure Systems.
Chapter 26 System Evaluation and Assurance.
Chapter 27 Conclusions.
- Covers the basic concepts of Security Engineering (including examples of systems and failures).
- New applications - what people try to do with security: military, medical records, banking, burglar alarms, telephone systems, cash machines, hardware, copyright, seals, biometrics, counterfeit, Internet intrusion detection.
- Tools - how they do it: cryptography, DES, AES, Skipjack, Unix passwords, hash functions, stream ciphers, public key basics.
- What it all means to designing secure distributed systems for real-world applications.
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