CyberWar, CyberTerror, CyberCrime introduces readers to the practical use of standards and best practices to address significant security problems, such as those presented by cyberwar, cyberterror, and cybercrime. It also identifies a body of knowledge essential to acquire, develop, and sustain a secure information environment. This book provides a new context for addressing some of the broader challenges of security. It encourages security professionals to look at the dangerous environment in which information systems exist, and to view the world of international standards and best practices as a resource for creating a culture of security within their own organizations.
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