Addressing one of the most troublesome problems facing businesses today, this essential guide delivers straightforward advice on how to secure all of your applications and networks in a client/server environment. A top-notch team of contributors provides you with all of the crucial information you need to effectively plan and implement security measures across all platforms - from desktop to mainframe. Using a wealth of helpful figures and illustrations, this authoritative work succeeds in making a technical subject surprisingly understandable. It not only documents the Open System Foundation's standards for security but, even more important, explains what the standards really mean in practical terms you can easily comprehend. Writing in his or her area of expertise, bona fide experts discuss key aspects of securing client/server networks such as passwords, file security, network topologies, file and directory structures, and authorized programs and authorized users.Building a Secure Computer System. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Gasser, Morrie. Security in Distributed Systems, Recent Developments in Telecommunications. ... Positioning OpenVMS in an Open Client/Server World. ... Of course, the details of each operating systema#39;s products can be obtained from their vendors in the form of books and manuals. ... Inc. This is a free, 70-page introduction explaining how to implement the platform specifics of a security policy on UNIX systems.
|Title||:||Securing Client/server Computer Networks|
|Author||:||Peter T. Davis|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Companies - 1996|