Some of these books directly address Intrusion Detection and Prevention, while others provide insight into the subtleties of detecting malicious, anomalous, or inappropriate activity.
SANS courses balance the why and the how-to of security. Not only will you learn something, you learn how to do something. -Greg Kotula, Wall Street On Demand
SANS courses balance the why and the how-to of security. Not only will you learn something, you learn how to do something.
Data Encryption and Redaction: A Review of Oracle Advanced Security By Dave Shackleford
Securing Personal and Mobile Device Use with Next-Gen Network Access ControlsBy Deb Radcliff, executive editor
Point of Sale Systems and Security: Executive SummaryBy Wes Whitteker
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