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by Joseph Migga Migga Kizza

ePub Guide to Computer Network Security (Computer Communications and Networks) download
Author:
Joseph Migga Migga Kizza
ISBN13:
978-1849968065
ISBN:
1849968063
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Publisher:
Springer; Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2009 edition (December 9, 2010)
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Networking & Cloud Computing
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Contemporary societies have increasing dependence on computers and computer networks, and the increasing popularity of mobile computing, have given rise to numerous computer security problems

Contemporary societies have increasing dependence on computers and computer networks, and the increasing popularity of mobile computing, have given rise to numerous computer security problems. Yet despite a high proliferation of expert remedies, a viable and comprehensive solution to these security issues remains elusive, and society continues to suffer at the hands of cyber criminals, vandals and hackers.

This comprehensive and authoritative Guide to Computer Network Security exposes the various security risks and vulnerabilities of computer networks and networked devices, offering advice on developing improved algorithms and best practices for enhancing system security.

Computer Communications and Networks. Guide to Computer Network Security

Computer Communications and Networks. Guide to Computer Network Security. Authors: Kizza, Joseph Migga.

Computer and Network Forensics. Network Security Protocols. Security in Wireless and Sensor Networks. This excellent book by Joseph Migga Kizza is very welcome. The author steer. o give a thorough, complete and very readable guide to the subject. the book is well structured and presented – offering the basis of a strong balanced course. stands by itself as a valuable guide. Who is it for? A very good core text for an undergraduate course in network security, and valuable for any IT professional needing to refresh his or her understanding in this are. .Times Higher Education, Issue viii, December, 2009).

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2014 Joseph Migga Kizza. All rights reserved No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying or recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher.

This comprehensive guide exposes the security risks and vulnerabilities of computer networks and networked devices, offering advice on developing improved .

This comprehensive guide exposes the security risks and vulnerabilities of computer networks and networked devices, offering advice on developing improved algorithms and best practices for enhancing system security.

by Joseph Migga Kizza. series Computer Communications and Networks. This comprehensive guide exposes the security risks and vulnerabilities of computer networks and networked devices, offering advice on developing improved algorithms and best practices for enhancing system security.

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Guide to Computer Network Security. by Joseph Migga Kizza Springer, 2009. It is divided in computer and network forensics and the corresponding tools. The gures presented in the whole chapter lack a little bit of up-to-dateness as mentioned before. ISBN: 978-1-848016-5. The main concepts are the same and for current data evaluation, the relevant sources and citations are given.

This authoritative guide on computer network security covers current security solutions and best practices in both fixed and mobile computer networks. It includes chapters on "handling disasters" and "security in mobile network systems."

  • Good Well written book about a very broad material

  • Lucid and comprehensively so

  • Used in class. Thanks.

  • I bought this book for my new security course. I can't find any other books that cover in depth of the topics I want. Those others are either too deep (for cs students) or too basic (for beginners). At last I decide to use this one, but just the first 3 sections; I can't get anything out of 4, 5, and 6. Also, I can only use the book for lectures; I have to develop all practical labs myself because I can't use any suggestion from this book for exercises. In short, if you can dedicate time to write (or learn) practical exercises from other sources, this is a good book to cover all main topics. If you want to rely on this book for both material and exercises, you choose the wrong book

  • I was looking for a book to use in a new cyber ethics course. I purchased the book in the hope this would fit the need. It is not the book. It covers a great deal of material, but much of the coverage is superficial - especially in the area of ethics. I will continue my search.

  • This is the only book I bought during graduate school (with the exception of a Motorola manual) and it was god awful. I wish I could go back an unbuy it. I only bought it because my professor wrote it and the man is an idiot. I learned nothing from the two classes I had to take from him. He couldn't even explain the basics of Shortest Path.

    One of the students discovered that eight pages of this book were word for word verbatim taken from a Microsoft manual. The book doesn't go into any actual details on real security issues, but repeats rhetoric and buzz-words throughout the entirety of the book.

    If your class requires this book, drop the class. I guarantee the class will be totally worthless.