The statistics are staggering: security losses in the billions, unauthorized computer usage in 50 percent of businesses, $2 million spent per company on a single virus attack. The Black Book on Corporate Security offers a wide range of solutions to these challenging problems. Written by the brightest minds in the field, each of the essays in this book takes on a different aspect of corporate security. Individual chapters cover such topics as maintaining data safety, fighting online identity theft, managing and protecting intellectual property in a shared information environment, securing content, and much more. Written in clear, intelligible language, the book is designed around a aspya motif that presents advanced information in a simple, entertaining format. Each spread features an aInsider Notesa sidebar, while the research conducted specifically for the book is displayed in easy-to-read charts accompanied by author analysis. Case studies, a glossary, and a resource index multiply the bookas utility.Phishing is the act of using spoofed sites to trick Internet users into thinking they are on a legitimate site so that they provide login, credit card, ... Users are lead to this site by an email that is often mass mailed to millions of users, which is spam for the purpose of phishing. ... Patch management is a aband-aid, a not a fix.
|Title||:||Larstan's the Black Book on Corporate Security|
|Author||:||Tony Alagna, Eva Chen|
|Publisher||:||Larstan Publishing Inc. - 2005|