Bryan Burns

Bryan Burns is the technical editor and general project leader of this book. He is the Chief Security Architect for Juniper Networks with more than a decade of experience in the security networking field and with numerous posts at leading network security companies. All other contributors are security engineers and researchers working at Juniper Networks in various posts both in the security network lab and in the field.

Security Power Tools Security Power Tools
by Bryan Burns, Jennifer Stisa Granick, Steve Manzuik, Paul Guersch, Dave Killion, Nicolas Beauchesne, Eric Moret, Julien Sobrier, Michael Lynn, Eric Markham, Chris Iezzoni, Philippe Biondi
August 2007
Print: $59.99
Ebook: $47.99

"Clearly destined to become a classic work, this is one of those books that is a must-buy, period. "
--Andy Hudson, Linux Format

"Brian Burn's Security Power Tools is a top pick for collections catering to network administrators and programmers concerned with security issues."
--James Cox, The Bookwatch: The Computer Shelf

"Security Power Tools is chock-full of relevant content that is also accessible and straightforward...Security Power Tools is almost guaranteed to offer any intermediate- and advanced-level professional information and tools to fill in knowledge and memory gaps."
--Bruce Gain, Processor: Products, News & Information Data Centers Can Trust

"I'd love to use this book in my system administrator training courses – it's a beautiful example of how to do problem analysis and counter-intelligence. I guess having the book describe these techniques in detail for the hostiles may be the price I have to pay to get the awareness and (hopefully) the motivation for the admin community to close the holes and do responsible system management."
--David Boyes, Computers and Publishing, Inc

"Here in a single volume is a veritable think-tank of state-of-the-art security techniques addressing the needs of the most popular computer platforms: Linux, Mac, Unix, and Windows. It is a real eye-opener to the vulnerabilities of computer networks and is therefore a must-have book for network administrators."
--Michael Kleper, The Kleper Report on Digital Publishing