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Security Engineering – The Book

2006/08/31

Security Engineering (A Guide to Building Dependable Distributed Systems) by Ross Anderson. Available for download:

“[…] This book grew out of the security engineering courses I teach at Cambridge University, but I have rewritten my notes to make them self-contained and added at least as much material again. It should be useful to the established professional security manager or consultant as a first-line reference; to the computer science professor doing research in cryptology; to the working police detective trying to figure out the latest computer scam; and to policy wonks struggling with the conflicts involved in regulating cryptography and anonymity. Above all, it is aimed at Dilbert. My main audience is the working programmer or engineer who is trying to design real systems that will keep on working despite the best efforts of customers, managers, and everybody else. […]”

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4 Responses to “Security Engineering – The Book”

  1. Dimitris Andrakakis Says:

    > Above all, it is aimed at Dilbert. My main audience
    > is the working programmer or engineer who is trying
    > to design real systems that will keep on working
    > despite the best efforts of customers, managers,
    > and everybody else

    Φοβερός :-)))

  2. Titanas Says:

    Καταπληκτικό, αν και πάντα προτιμώ τα hard copies.

  3. Titanas Says:

    Το link για download δεν παίζει.

  4. adamo Says:

    @Titanas:
    Το δοκίμασα και παίζει. Είναι το:
    http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~rja14/book.html


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