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by Richard E. Smith
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Networking & Cloud Computing
  • Author:
    Richard E. Smith
  • ISBN:
    0763761419
  • ISBN13:
    978-0763761417
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Jones & Bartlett Learning; 1 edition (November 18, 2011)
  • Pages:
    912 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Networking & Cloud Computing
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  • FB2 format
    1493 kb
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    1980 kb
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    1183 kb
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    895
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by Richard E. Smith (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1284153040.

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Great book on Security. I needed this book for school, but would highly recommend it as it is very resourceful and applicable to the real world.

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Written for the one-term undergraduate course, the text emphasises both the technical and non-technical aspects of information security and uses practical examples and real-world assessment tools. Early chapters in the text discuss individual computers and small LANS, while later chapters deal with distributed site security and the Internet.

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If we want a solid understanding of security technology, we must look closely at the underlying strengths a of information technology itself. Thoroughly updated with recently reported cybersecurity incidents, this essential text enables students to gain direct experience by analyzing security problems and practicing simulated security activities.

Elementary Information Security Paperback 2011 Author Richard E Smith.

Comprehensive And Accessible, Elementary Information Security Covers The Entire Range Of Topics Required For US Government Courseware Certification NSTISSI 4013 And Urges Students Analyze A Variety Of Security Problems While Gaining Experience With Basic Tools Of The Trade. Written For The One-Term Undergraduate Course, The Text Emphasises Both The Technical And Non-Technical Aspects Of Information Security And Uses Practical Examples And Real-World Assessment Tools. Early Chapters In The Text Discuss Individual Computers And Small LANS, While Later Chapters Deal With Distributed Site Security And The Internet. Cryptographic Topics Follow The Same Progression, Starting On A Single Computer And Evolving To Internet-Level Connectivity. Mathematical Concepts Throughout The Text Are Defined And Tutorials With Mathematical Tools Are Provided To Ensure Students Grasp The Information At Hand. Rather Than Emphasizing Memorization, This Text Challenges Students To Learn How To Analyze A Variety Of Security Problems And Gain Experience With The Basic Tools Of This Growing Trade. Key Features: -Covers All Topics Required By The US Government Curriculum Standard NSTISSI 4013. - Unlike Other Texts On The Topic, The Author Goes Beyond Defining The Math Concepts And Provides Students With Tutorials And Practice With Mathematical Tools, Making The Text Appropriate For A Broad Range Of Readers. - Problem Definitions Describe A Practical Situation That Includes A Security Dilemma. - Technology Introductions Provide A Practical Explanation Of Security Technology To Be Used In The Specific Chapters - Implementation Examples Show The Technology Being Used To Enforce The Security Policy At Hand - Residual Risks Describe The Limitations To The Technology And Illustrate Various Tasks Against It. - Each Chapter Includes Worked Examples Of Techniques Students Will Need To Be Successful In The Course. For Instance, There Will Be Numerous Examples Of How To Calculate The Number Of Attempts Needed To Crack Secret Information In Particular Formats; Pins, Passwords And Encryption Keys.

Kazimi
The book is a great resource. I do feel it is a bit winded though. There are certain parts where they could have gotten straight to the point. Something I REALLY disliked though was that the book description mentioned there is an eBook available. However, it did not mention that the eBook is only available through their site or their eBook app (which never works for me!). I thought I was going to be able to download the book and throw it on my Kindle so I could read it during my morning commutes, but that wasn't the case. Would have rather bought the Kindle version.
Road.to sliver
This is a FANTASTIC book that covers the basics on a plethora of topics. I rented it for my semester which is over now, but I honestly want to buy it to keep it in my collection.
Nalaylewe
Needed it for class, It you don't much about security and computers its a good read. For anyone that has been in the field, look for a different book. Your better off purchasing online tutorials that are updated every so often. example would be Lynda.com and Udemy.com
Dandr
Great book on Security. I needed this book for school, but would highly recommend it as it is very resourceful and applicable to the real world.
Frey
This product was well packaged and high quality. I bought it new, so it came as expected. It also came with an online access code (which I didn't actually end up needing for the class I purchased it for). Anyway, quality stuff.
Mmsa
Ordered from FLIPPINGPAGESBOOKS. Description said codes and other textbook materials included but there was no access code in the book. Total false advertising.
DireRaven
Too much useless information, that is not needed to learn the "Elementary" basics of information security.
Still a relevant book.