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The Expert Recommends:
Essential Resources for Computer and Network Security Professionals

by Rebecca Bace - May 30, 2000

Essential Resources for Computer and Network Security Professionals

About the Author

 

Making Sense of Internet Security

 

Web-Based Resources for Information Security

 

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About the Author

Rebecca Bace is a survivor of over 20 years in the IT trenches, over half that time spent dealing with computer and network security. Her tenure in information security includes 12 years as a senior electronics engineer for the National Security Agency, where she led the Computer Misuse and Anomaly Detection (CMAD) Research program from 1989 to 1995. She is currently the president of Infidel, Inc., a network security consulting practice, headquartered in Scotts Valley, California. Her recent book, Intrusion Detection (Macmillan Technical Publishing, December, 1999) has been critically acclaimed as an authoritative guide to intrusion detection for information systems.

In addition to her own book, Ms. Bace recommends the following resources and information.

 

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