Table of Contents
- Introduction. The Computer Security Problem.
★ Prioritizing computer security
★ Computer security technology
★ Developing a strategic approach to computer security
★ Principal computer security hazards and responses
★ The physical access hazard
★ The electronic access hazard
★ A note on password security
★ The communications hazard
★ The systems shutdown hazard
★ Impact analysis
★ Contingency planning
★ Disaster recovery service options
★ "Hot" disaster recovery service
★ The electromagnetic induction hazard
★ Banking control mechanisms
★ Audit trails
★ Computer security – a personal view
★ Security at SWIFT
The Computer Criminal at Work.
A comprehensive examination of the factors that motivate computer criminals, plus examples of Computer Crimes.
Computer Security and the Law.
Covering legislation initiatives in the UK and USA and key enforcement agencies.
I: "Trouble Ahead: Information Crime & Jurisdiction". II: The Enforcers: The United States Secret Service ★ The City of London Police Fraud Department ★ The UK Serious Fraud Office ★ Kroll Associates. III: Computer Crime Legislation in the United States and UK.
Preventing Breaches in Computer Security.
This chapter summarizes the major findings of the report, and enables financial organizations to plan successfully their computer security policy. Guidelines for maximising Computer Security are also given.
Bibliography. Glossary. Index.
- No. of pages: 118
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Elsevier Science 1990
- Published: September 21, 1990
- Imprint: Elsevier Science
- eBook ISBN: 9781483294629
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