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Introduction to Computer Security, 1/e
Author(s) ISBN Imprint Copyright Pages Binding List Price
Matt Bishop 9788177584257 Pearson Education 2006 616 Paperback Rs. 749.00
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Introduction to Computer Security draws upon Bishop's widely praised Computer Security: Art and Science, without the highly complex and mathematical coverage that most undergraduate students would find difficult or unnecessary. The result: the field's most concise, accessible, and useful introduction. Matt Bishop thoroughly introduces fundamental techniques and principles for modeling and analyzing security. Readers learn how to express security requirements, translate requirements into policies, implement mechanisms that enforce policy, and ensure that policies are effective. Along the way, the author explains how failures may be exploited by attackers and how attacks may be discovered, understood, and countered. Supplements available including slides and solutions. About the Author
Matt Bishop is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of California at Davis. A recognized expert in vulnerability analysis, secure systems/ software design, network security, access control, authentication, and UNIX security, Bishop also works to improve computer security instruction. Sathyanarayana S.V. is Assistant Professor in the Department of Telecommunication Engineering at J.N.N. College of engineering, Shimoga.