There are many excellent books and articles available on web security and computer security in general. We are personally familiar with those listed here and can recommend them.
Arkin, S. S., B. A. Bohrer, D. L. Cuneo, J. P. Donohue, J. M. Kaplan, R. Kasanof, A. J. Levander, and S. Sherizen. Prevention and Prosecution of Computer and High Technology Crime. New York, NY: Matthew Bender Books, 1989. A book written by and for prosecuting attorneys and criminologists.
BloomBecker, J. J. Buck. Introduction to Computer Crime. Santa Cruz, CA: National Center for Computer Crime Data, 1988. (Order from NCCCD, 408-475-4457.) A collection of essays, news articles, and statistical data on computer crime in the 1980s.
BloomBecker, J. J. Buck. Spectacular Computer Crimes. Homewood, IL: Dow Jones-Irwin, 1990. Lively accounts of some of the more famous computer-related crimes of the past two decades.
Communications of the ACM, Volume 34, Number 3, March 1991. This issue has a major feature discussing issues of computer publishing, constitutional freedoms, and enforcement of the laws. This document is a good source for an introduction to the issues involved.
Cook, William J. Internet & Network Law 1996. A comprehensive volume which is updated regularly; the title may change to reflect the year of publication. For further information, contact the author at:
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