Computer Fraud & Security

Computer Fraud & Security - ISSN 1361-3723
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Volumes: Volume 2018
Issues: 12 issues
ISSN: 13613723

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Computer Fraud & Security has grown with the fast-moving information technology industry and has earned a reputation for editorial excellence with IT security practitioners around the world.



Every month Computer Fraud & Security enables you to see the threats to your IT systems before they become a problem. It focuses on providing practical, usable information to effectively manage and control computer and information security within commercial organizations.



• Current News - A round up of all the latest IT fraud and security news worldwide giving you advance warning of all the latest threats and countermeasures.
• Security Reports - Leading experts discuss recent headline security events will help you better understand the problems and learn from the mistakes of others.
• In-depth Feature Articles - Providing advice and solutions to key IT security management issues to help you develop, implement and strengthen your corporate IT security policy.
• Regular columns - Tales from the Crypt examines the changing face of international cryptography policy. Web Review takes a look at excellent new Web sites to guide the security professional to useful pages. Shockwave Writer offers a stimulating view on a number of hot topics in IT security.
• Technical aspects - IT security explained in clear English to help you convey the value of IT security to board level.



Areas regularly covered:
Audit and financial control methodologies
Data encryption
Risk management
Network security
Contingency planning and disaster recovery
Access control
Security software and software protection
Authentication and validation
Virus reports
• The internet
E-commerce security