Proactively implement a successful security and disaster recovery plan--before a security breach occurs. Including hands-on security checklists, design maps, and sample plans, this expert resource is crucial for keeping your network safe from any outside intrusions.
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Secrets and strategies for protecting your network before trouble strikes
Create and implement a successful security system and recovery plan with help from this insightful and practical resource. This detailed guide provides you with a complete roadmap for developing an effective end-to-end security program. You’ll even discover numerous methods for proactively protecting your network before a security breach occurs--saving you time, effort, and money in the long run. Covering the earliest phases of plan development, team organization and training, to technology deployment and incident recovery strategies, this book combines in-depth conceptual explanations with hands-on checklists at the end of every chapter. Definitive, authoritative, and up to date, this book is an invaluable tool in the ongoing and often challenging task of maintaining network security.
Eric Maiwald (Gaithersburg, MD) is the Director of Security Services for Fortrex Technologies. Eric oversees all security consulting and product implementations for Fortrex clients. He has personally been involved in performing assessments, developing policies, and implementing security solutions for large financial institutions, services firms, and manufacturers. Eric is also the lead instructor for Fortrex Security Training including the ISS Certified Engineer (ICE) training class. He is certified as an Information Systems Security Professional by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium and is the author of Network Security: A Beginner's Guide (Osborne). William Sieglein (Gaithersburg, MD) is the Manager of Enterprise Security Management Services for Fortrex Technologies. William's INFOSEC experience is broad ranging and includes security assessments, security architecture development, security infrastructure planning, product evaluation and implementation, security program and policy development, security project management and security training & awareness development and delivery. Sieglein also was a consultant for 6 years with the technology consulting firm Booz Allen & Hamilton where he spent much of his tenure with the CIA where he lead a project to develop an agencywide, comprehensive system security certification and accreditation (C&A) program. After completion of the program development Sieglin then lead several successful large-scale system C&A efforts. Sieglein also redesigned and taught the nationally accredited week-long computer security training course at the National Cryptologic School (NCS), Department of Defense (DoD) Security Institute, and the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). Prior to joining Booz Allen, Sieglein served 11 years as a systems analyst with the National Security Agency (NSA). Sieglein is a member of the Computer Security Institute and a frequent speaker at conferences and seminars for organizations such as the Regional Computer Forensics Group, American Society for Industrial Security and National Association of Credit Managers. He has appeared on the "Business Security Talk" radio program in the Washington, D.C. area and has been published in the Internet Security Advisor magazine.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Osborne Media, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0072224630
Book Description McGraw-Hill Osborne Media, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0072224630
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