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Corporate Homeland Security Desk Reference

- Security manuals and desktop references are certainly not difficult to find—just peruse the ASIS Bookstore—but few publications are as comprehensive as Corporate Homeland Security Desk Reference.

Antiterror Advice

- The British intelligence and security agency MI5 has created a security guide for businesses.

Court Security

- Read proposed guidelines for improving the safety and security of America’s courts, along with expert commentary on those guidelines.

The Software Vulnerability Guide

- The Software Vulnerability Guide was written to help software developers acquire the methods necessary to write secure code and find existing problems in current software.

Security Metrics Management: How to Manage the Costs of an Assets Protection Program

- Metrics can be created for virtually every security effort, the authors show. For the purposes of this book, they divide security metrics management into administrative security, physical security, and operations security.

Physical Security Systems Handbook: The Design and Implementation of Electronic Security Systems

- The book is intended to serve as a guide to help security professionals develop a security audit plan, perform the audit, and implement the resulting recommendations.

Delete, Now Erase

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More Compliance, Less Security?

- Can regulatory compliance be reducing security? Plus, guidelines on media sanitization, more devious virus attacks, and quarantining mobile devices.

Delete and Erase

- This NIST guide will help organizations in implementing a media sanitization program.

A Recipe for Going Global

- The key to securing a company going global is to focus on intelligence, risk mapping, and regulatory compliance.

Managing

- Surveys are useful tools for determining how staff feel about security services.

Exterminating Online Pests

- Protect Your Computers from Malicious Internet Invaders, a new book from Preston Gralla, shows how to trap these invaders in a protective web that keeps your computer running smoothly and your personal information safe.

Exterminating Online Pests

- Threats to your computer can range from gnatlike annoyances such as pop-up ads to the pointed hooks of pernicious phishers. PC Pest Patrol: Protect Your Computers from Malicious Internet Invaders, a new book from Preston Gralla, shows how to trap these invaders in a protective web that keeps your computer running smoothly and your personal information safe. The book is available at the O'Reilly Web site for $24.95. A sample chapter from the book is available via SM Online.
 




Beyond Print

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See all the latest links and resources that supplement the current issue of Security Management magazine.