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Re: Books on Information Security
From: joeldubin () sbcglobal net
Date: 8 Jan 2006 02:48:34 -0000

Jairus,

I'm the author of a concise guide on information security that is easy to read and non-technical.  It's geared toward 
business managers who might not be technically inclined.

My book, "The Little Black Book of Computer Security," is available from Amazon and has been favorably reviewed.

Here are some links:

Amazon -- http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1583041206/ref=ase_dubinsdailyre-20/104-3094856-7357561

Network World web site --
http://www.networkworld.com/newsletters/sec/2005/1003sec1.html

Infosec Writers --
http://www.infosecwriters.com/reading.php?op=rr&id=28

Common Sense Security --
http://www.commonsensesecurity.info/hermit/commonsense/archives/2005/newsletter090305.html

Hope that helps!

Joel

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