qSpecial attention is paid to terms which most often prevent educated readers from understanding journal articles and books in cryptology, security and information systems, and computer science, in addition to applied fields that build on these disciplines, such as system design, security auditing, vulnerability testing, and role-based management. The emphasis throughout The Information Security Dictionary is on concepts, rather than implementations. Since concepts often complicate matters, readers may find a definition makes sense only after it has been illustrated by an example which the author provides in this dictionary.q qThe Dictionary of Information Security is designed for researchers, students, and practitioners in industry, as well as educated readers interested in the security field.q--BOOK JACKET.A June 2003 survey by d) e) f) marketing-research firm Ipsos-Insight reported that in the USA at: $40 a month, about 3% of ... by $15 to $20 during the first six months in 2003 a) b) Cable providers are now starting to offer telephone services asanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Information Security Dictionary|
|Author||:||Urs E. Gattiker|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2004|