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Re: Books on Information Security
From: "George Koshy" <GKOSHY () mtahq org>
Date: Mon, 09 Jan 2006 16:27:59 -0500

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I would like to recommend "Computer Security Handbook" by M.E Kabay & Seymour Bosworth. It provides
a very comprehensive understanding of Computer Security from the basics to advanced topics.

George 


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Rurouni Alucard Kawarami Himura <rakh () dangerclan net> 1/7/2006 6:20:16 AM >>>
I think that 'Hacking for Dummies' could be a very good start, as it goes from 
the very basic in the security field...





On Friday 06 January 2006 17:09, Jairus Pryor wrote:

A client of mine asked me for recommendations on books or literature
that provide a solid foundation to information security, from a
(non-technical) management point of view.

I'm mostly used to material that approaches it from a computer
security point of view, and so I'd like to get opinions from people
who are more familiar with the non-technical literature than I am.

Suggestions? Recommendations?

Jairus

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