About this book
From basic concepts to the problems which technology itself can bring, and the complexities of legislation and standards development, the reader is guided through a discussion of computer security issues from organisational and management perspectives. While the technical detail is kept to a minimum, the text contains numerous illustrative examples to provide an understanding of how operational issues affect the secure usage of computers and information systems. A key issue is the recognition that management of personnel involved with computer technology is just as important, if not more so, as managing the equipment itself.
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