An introductory guide to the fundamentals of information systems security that is ideal for courses - buy today!
Fundamentals of Information Systems Security provides an overview to the principles and concepts you must understand in order to pursue a career in information security. The book is divided into two parts, the first part includes information on:
The second part of this book is adapted from (ISC)2 SSCP Certified Body of Knowledge. It provides an overview of each of the System Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) domains, and is ideal for use in preparation for the SSCP exam.
The book closes with a section that provides information on:
- Security standards
- Security education and individual certification
- Compliance laws
If you wish to use this book as a textbook for an information security course, additional resources are provided to support the books use for this purpose:
- PowerPoint Slides
- Exam Questions
- Case Scenarios/Handouts
Key Features and Benefits:
- A guide to fundamental principles and practice of information systems security - giving those new to the subject the key information they need to succeed.
- Includes information from the SSCP CBK, proving the relevance of the book and making it an ideal study aid for SSCP exam prep.
- Additional support materials for lecturers are provided, making this an ideal textbook for their usage as it saves them time and money over creating their own training materials.
David Kim, Michael G SolomonPublishers:
Jones & Bartlett
Published: 24 Sep 2010
Availability: In Stock