The one book I have found most useful to new comers is Information Security Policies Made Easy, by Cresson. It comes with a CD that makes tailoring to your environment and searching extremely easy. There is a new version out as of May 2001. Another author I would recommend is Thomas Peltier. He has been in security for many many years and is excellent. Peltier has a new book due to be released in December 2001, Information Security Policies, Procedures and Standards: Guidelines For Effective Information Security Management. A quick review of the topics in this book look excellent. (I will be adding this to my personal library!)
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Charles Cresson Wood / Paperback / Pentasafe Security Technologies / May 2001 The E Policy Handbook: Designing and Implementing Effective E-Mail, Internet and Software Policies
Nancy L. Flynn / Paperback / AMACOM / November 2000 Information Security: Policies and Procedures: A Practitioner's Reference
Thomas R. Peltier / RINGBOUND / CRC Press, LLC / January 1999 Windows System Policies
Mark Wilkins / Paperback / McGraw-Hill Professional Book Group / October 1999 Computer Security Policies and SunScreen Firelines
Kathryn M. Walker, Linda Croswhite Cavanaugh / Paperback / Prentice Hall PTR / July 1998 Information Security Policies, Procedures and Standards: Guidelines For Effective Information Security Management
Thomas R. Peltier / Paperback / Auerbach Publishers, Incorporated
Will be released in December 2001
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