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.INDUSTRY:AUTOMOTIVE. The Problem: Honda had traditional antivirus and firewall protection installed. ... One important item to point out for medium-sized companies with intermediate risk exposure is the cost of maintenance. Many securityanbsp;...
|Title||:||Larstan's the Black Book on Corporate Security|
|Author||:||Tony Alagna, Eva Chen|
|Publisher||:||Larstan Publishing Inc. - 2005|