ENTERPRISE COMPUTING

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ABOUT THIS CHAPTER

Enterprises, whether public or private, commercial or nonprofit, bring important issues to information security. Each consists of a company of people working toward common objectives and sharing a common set of resources. This chapter examines the following aspects of enterprise computing:

  Risks and threats that arise in large groups

  Basic elements of enterprise management

  Physical elements of enterprise security

  Network authentication in an enterprise

  Disaster and contingency planning

13.1   The Challenge of Community

An enterprise is more than a family or a small team sharing a common goal. An enterprise is a larger community of people with different backgrounds, motivations, ...

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