Network Security Bible
- A must for working network and security professionals as well as anyone in IS seeking to build competence in the increasingly important field of security
- Written by three high-profile experts, including Eric Cole, an ex-CIA security guru who appears regularly on CNN and elsewhere in the media, and Ronald Krutz, a security pioneer who cowrote The CISSP Prep Guide and other security bestsellers
- Covers everything from basic security principles and practices to the latest security threats and responses, including proven methods for diagnosing network vulnerabilities and insider secrets for boosting security effectiveness
Part I: Security Principles and Practices.
Chapter 1: Information System Security Principles.
Chapter 2: Information System Security Management.
Chapter 3: Access Control Considerations.
Part II: Operating Systems and Applications.
Chapter 4: Windows Security.
Chapter 5: UNIX and Linux Security.
Chapter 6: Web Browser and Client Security.
Chapter 7: Web Security.
Chapter 8: E-mail Security.
Chapter 9: Domain Name System.
Chapter 10: Server Security.
Part III: Network Security Fundamentals.
Chapter 11: Network Protocols.
Chapter 12: Wireless Security.
Chapter 13: Network Architecture Fundamentals.
Part IV: Communications.
Chapter 14: Secret Communication.
Chapter 15: Covert Communication.
Chapter 16: Applications of Secure/Covert Communication.
Part V: The Security Threat and the Response.
Chapter 17: Intrusion Detection and Response.
Chapter 18: Security Assessments, Testing, and Evaluation.
Chapter 19: Putting Everything Together.
Ronald Krutz, PhD, is the founder of the Carnegie Mellon Research Institute Cybersecurity Center.
James W. Conley has been a security officer in the United States Navy and a senior security specialist on CIA development efforts.