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Secure transmission of data over public and semi-public Internet Protocol (IP) networks is essential to geographically distributed organisations. Such companies rely on road warriors being able to connect transparently to local area network (LAN) resources across the Internet via a virtual private network (VPN), and require fixed resources to be able to communicate securely and inexpensively. Respected networking author Uyless Black explains certain aspects of the state of the art in secure IP data communications in Internet Security Protocols. For the most part, he endeavours to explain network security concepts at a systems-engineering level, leaving details of implementation of specific environments to more specialised books.
In explaining an aspect of IP security, Black typically opens with a statement of what the protocol or technology at hand is good for, examining how it fits with other elements of IP security and citing relevant standards documents. From there, he moves on to how the technology works, typically with the help of conceptual schematics and packet diagrams. Special features get focused discussion, and you will usually find a couple of annotated diagram sequences to help clarify what happens in specific applications of the technology. There are some very fine explanations of such widely applicable techniques as public-key cryptography and certification authorities too. Read this book for its conceptual clarity; back it up with another security text that addresses the administration-level specifics of your operating environment. --David WallFrom the Back Cover:
Implement end-to-end and gateway security for IP networks.
Internet Security Protocols: Protecting IP Traffic is a complete networking professional's guide to providing end-to-end and gateway Internet security for the user's information. World-renowned consultant Uyless Black covers the essential Internet security protocols designed to protect IP traffic. The book's coverage includes:
From the basics of firewalls to the latest public key distribution systems, Uyless Black reviews the alternatives for securing Internet traffic. If you're responsible for securing information traveling on IP networks, Internet Security Protocols is a fine source for the authoritative answers you're looking for.
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