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Fundamentals of Secure System Modelling

Author : Raimundas Matulevičius
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This book provides a coherent overview of the most important modelling-related security techniques available today, and demonstrates how to combine them. Further, it describes an integrated set of systematic practices that can be used to achieve increased security for software from the outset, and combines practical ways of working with practical ways of distilling, managing, and making security knowledge operational. The book addresses three main topics: (1) security requirements engineering, including security risk management, major activities, asset identification, security risk analysis and defining security requirements; (2) secure software system modelling, including modelling of context and protected assets, security risks, and decisions regarding security risk treatment using various modelling languages; and (3) secure system development, including effective approaches, pattern-driven development, and model-driven security. The primary target audience of this book is graduate students studying cyber security, software engineering and system security engineering. The book will also benefit practitioners interested in learning about the need to consider the decisions behind secure software systems. Overall it offers the ideal basis for educating future generations of security experts.

Databases and Information Systems X

Author : A. Lupeikiene
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The importance of databases and information systems to the functioning of 21st century life is indisputable. This book presents papers from the 13th International Baltic Conference on Databases and Information Systems, held in Trakai, Lithuania, from 1- 4 July 2018. Since the first of these events in 1994, the Baltic DB&IS has proved itself to be an excellent forum for researchers, practitioners and PhD students to deliver and share their research in the field of advanced information systems, databases and related areas. For the 2018 conference, 69 submissions were received from 15 countries. Each paper was assigned for review to at least three referees from different countries. Following review, 24 regular papers were accepted for presentation at the conference, and from these presented papers the 14 best-revised papers have been selected for publication in this volume, together with a preface and three invited papers written by leading experts. The selected revised and extended papers present original research results in a number of subject areas: information systems, requirements and ontology engineering; advanced database systems; internet of things; big data analysis; cognitive computing; and applications and case studies. These results will contribute to the further development of this fast-growing field, and will be of interest to all those working with advanced information systems, databases and related areas.

Fundamentals of Secure Computer Systems

Author : Brett C. Tjaden
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The topic of computer security involves the history and techniques of cryptography. The field of cryptography predates written history. Mathematicians working for Caesar, in his drive to conquer the known world, discovered techniques that are still in use today. Brett Tjaden successfully blends motivating examples with contemporary techniques to address the needs of senior- level undergraduate or graduate-level computer science courses on security. The topics covered in the book are increasingly making front-page news. Viruses have shut down the worldwide networks of major global corporations. Controversy rages over the FBI's Carnivore project which identifies potential threats to national security and to uncover criminal activity. The technical and conceptual issues that are the underpinnings of these unfolding events are covered.

Threat Modeling

Author : Izar Tarandach
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Threat modeling is one of the most essential--and most misunderstood--parts of the development lifecycle. Whether you're a security practitioner or a member of a development team, this book will help you gain a better understanding of how you can apply core threat modeling concepts to your practice to protect your systems against threats. Contrary to popular belief, threat modeling doesn't require advanced security knowledge to initiate or a Herculean effort to sustain. But it is critical for spotting and addressing potential concerns in a cost-effective way before the code's written--and before it's too late to find a solution. Authors Izar Tarandach and Matthew Coles walk you through various ways to approach and execute threat modeling in your organization. Explore fundamental properties and mechanisms for securing data and system functionality Understand the relationship between security, privacy, and safety Identify key characteristics for assessing system security Get an in-depth review of popular and specialized techniques for modeling and analyzing your systems View the future of threat modeling and Agile development methodologies, including DevOps automation Find answers to frequently asked questions, including how to avoid common threat modeling pitfalls

Fundamentals of Computer Security Technology

Author : Edward G. Amoroso
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Tutorial in style, this volume provides a comprehensive survey of the state-of-the-art of the entire field of computer security. It first covers the threats to computer systems; then discusses all the models, techniques, and mechanisms designed to thwart those threats as well as known methods of exploiting vulnerabilities.

Fundamentals of Information Systems Security

Author : David Kim
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PART OF THE NEW JONES & BARTLETT LEARNING INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY & ASSURANCE SERIES! Fundamentals of Information System Security provides a comprehensive overview of the essential concepts readers must know as they pursue careers in information systems security. The text opens with a discussion of the new risks, threats, and vulnerabilities associated with the transformation to a digital world, including a look at how business, government, and individuals operate today. Part 2 is adapted from the Official (ISC)2 SSCP Certified Body of Knowledge and presents a high-level overview of each of the seven domains within the System Security Certified Practitioner certification. The book closes with a resource for readers who desire additional material on information security standards, education, professional certifications, and compliance laws. With its practical, conversational writing style and step-by-step examples, this text is a must-have resource for those entering the world of information systems security. Instructor Materials for Fundamentals of Information System Security include: PowerPoint Lecture Slides Exam Questions Case Scenarios/Handouts .

Computer System and Network Security

Author : Gregory B. White
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Computer System and Network Security provides the reader with a basic understanding of the issues involved in the security of computer systems and networks. Introductory in nature, this important new book covers all aspects related to the growing field of computer security. Such complete coverage in a single text has previously been unavailable, and college professors and students, as well as professionals responsible for system security, will find this unique book a valuable source of information, either as a textbook or as a general reference. Computer System and Network Security discusses existing and potential threats to computer systems and networks and outlines the basic actions that are generally taken to protect them. The first two chapters of the text introduce the reader to the field of computer security, covering fundamental issues and objectives. The next several chapters describe security models, authentication issues, access control, intrusion detection, and damage control. Later chapters address network and database security and systems/networks connected to wide-area networks and internetworks. Other topics include firewalls, cryptography, malicious software, and security standards. The book includes case studies with information about incidents involving computer security, illustrating the problems and potential damage that can be caused when security fails. This unique reference/textbook covers all aspects of computer and network security, filling an obvious gap in the existing literature.

Fundamentals of Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair

Author : Kirk VanGelder
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Designed to prepare new technicians for ASE G1 Certification, Fundamentals of Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair, Second Edition covers the foundational theory and skills necessary to prepare entry-level technicians to maintain and repair today's light duty vehicles.

Fundamentals of Ecological Modelling

Author : Sven Erik Jørgensen
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This book is a completely revised version of the 1986 edition. It is considerably expanded and is accompanied by a diskette with modeling programmes. The work presents a general introduction to the rapidly growing field of ecological and environmental modeling. Its aim is to give on the one hand an overview of the field and on the other to teach the reader to develop his own models. These objectives are met by covering the following points: discussion of the modeling procedure in detail and presentation of the development of models step by step; presentation of most model types by use of theory, overview tables on applications, complexity, examples and illustrations; presentation of both simple and complex models; and a ready available software, that contains several small models the reader can use for training in the elementary steps of modeling. Furthermore, the individual chapters can be read independently, which renders it feasible to tailor the book to any course in ecological and environmental modeling.

Fundamentals of Network Security

Author : John E. Canavan
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Here's easy-to-understand book that introduces you to fundamental network security concepts, principles, and terms, while providing you with practical techniques that you can apply on the job. It helps you identify the best type of intrusion detection system for your environment, develop organizational guidelines for passwords, set general computer security policies, and perform a security review and risk assessment .

CORBA Fundamentals and Programming

Author : Jon Siegel
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Software -- Software Engineering.

Fundamentals of Distributed Object Systems

Author : Zahir Tari
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Distributed Object Computing teaches readers the fundamentals of CORBA, the leading architecture for design of software used in parallel and distributed computing applications. Since CORBA is based on open standards, it is the only effective way to learn object-oriented programming for distributed systems. This language independent book allows material to be taught using Java, C++ or other Object Oriented Programming Languages.

Computer Security Basics

Author : Rick Lehtinen
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Provides information on computer security, covering such topics as viruses, access controls, Web attacks, encryption, wireless network security, and biometrics.

Nuclear Science Abstracts

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Advanced Information Systems Engineering

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Handbook of Research on Social and Organizational Liabilities in Information Security

Author : Gupta, Manish
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"This book offers insightful articles on the most salient contemporary issues of managing social and human aspects of information security"--Provided by publisher.

Fundamentals of Information Systems

Author : Ralph M. Stair
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This new, shorter version of the successful Principles of Information Systems captures the authors' widely acclaimed "fundamentals" approach in a more manageable, 9-chapter format. Each chapter has been specifically written to cover the same business and technical topics with a minimum of extraneous details, to bring the focus back to the overarching principles of using technology in business. Makes a great bundle with applications texts!

NET System Management Services

Author : Alexander Golomshtok
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Golomshtok gives system admins a solid understanding of the fundamental concepts behind WMI, enabling them to rapidly develop custom management tools and avoid expensive off-the-shelf solutions.

Home Technology Integration Fundamentals and Certification

Author : Cisco Learning Institute
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Computer Security Journal

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