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The Black Book on Corporate Security 439 pages, $49.95 Larstan Publishing @exb The Black Book on Corporate Security @exe The "little black book" is synonymous with your college roommate's address book and your Rolodex of industry contacts. Larstan Publishing has taken this concept and applied it to information security with The Black Book on Corporate Security, a collection of security management essays on topics ranging from intellectual property protection to identity theft. As a play on the title, the phone numbers and e-mail addresses of the book's 17 authors are also listed, along with numerous vendor and organizational contacts. Each essay is written by a different author, and the quality varies from easily digestible to barely readable. The essay "Identity-Aware Business Service Management" makes some valid points, but the authors' writing style obscures rather than illuminates their arguments. In contrast, "Preempting Data Warfare: The Art of Comprehensive Vulnerability Management" is well written and makes its points quite plainly. Author Maria ... Access >>>
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