5 edition of Security management systems found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 363-364.
|Statement||by Henry S. Ursic and Leroy E. Pagano. With a foreword by Cartha D. Deloach.|
|Contributions||Pagano, Leroy, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HV8290 .U73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 372 p.|
|Number of Pages||372|
|LC Control Number||73011019|
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Managing Information Security offers focused coverage of how to protect mission critical systems, and how to deploy security management systems, IT security, ID management, intrusion detection and prevention systems, computer forensics, network forensics, firewalls, penetration testing, vulnerability assessment, and more. It offers in-depth coverage of the current technology and practice as it. Security management addresses the identification of the organization’s information assets. The security-management domain also introduces some critical documents, such as policies, procedures, and guidelines. These doc-uments are of great importance because they spell out how the organization manages its security practices and details what is.
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The author, Charles Sennewald, brings common sense, wisdom, and humor to this bestselling introduction to security management that is ideal for both new and experienced security by: Implementing an Information Security Management System provides implementation guidelines for ISO to protect your information assets and ensure a safer enterprise environment.
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The author, Charles Sennewald, brings common sense, wisdom, and humor to this bestselling introduction to security management that is ideal for both new and experienced security managers.
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The main aim of security management is to help make. the preparation of this book, the publisher and author assume no responsibility for errors or Security = Risk Management. 25 Principle 8: The Three Types of Security Controls Are Preventative, International Information Systems Security Certifications Consortium (ISC) UNSMS Security Policy Manual Management of Security- Related Incidents.
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Effective Security Management, Sixth Edition teaches practicing security professionals how to build their careers by mastering the fundamentals of good management.
The author, Charles Sennewald, brings common sense, wisdom, and humor to this bestselling introduction to security management that is ideal for both new and experienced security. An information security management system (ISMS) is a set of policies and procedures for systematically managing an organization's sensitive data.
The goal of an ISMS is to minimize risk and ensure business continuity by pro-actively limiting the impact of a security breach. The recently published ISO/ IECInformation technology – Security tech-niques – Information security management systems – Require-ments, provides a foundation for designing and.
Highly practical in approach and easy to read and follow, this book provides a comprehensive overview of the multi- faceted, global, and interdisciplinary field of security. It features numerous examples and case situations specific to security management, identifies over twenty specific security applications, and examines the issues encountered within those areas.
This book is for those interested in the technical aspects of the various systems under discussion—those just starting to gain knowledge in this area of emergency planning and management, those interested in learning about the technology, and the experienced technical emergency planner wishing to enhance his or her knowledge.security professionals must depend on cobbled together information from other systems to ensure compliance and security.
Non-security systems, such as HR and customer databases, have become surrogates for identity management systems. These systems can provide some basic user identity information, but they cannot provide other essential services.