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Book Review: Assessing Network Security

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Assessing Network Security lists for about $50.
Assessing Network Security starts with a nice overview of key principles of security (definitely not news for industry practitioners, but nice anyway), and then goes on to defines vulnerability assessment, penetration testing and security audit. A critically important section on reporting the findings is also nicely written, and shows that the authors are knowledgeable, and interested in showing a complete security process rather than just the looking-for-leaks part.
 read more | mail this link | score:5606 | -Ray, November 5, 2004
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