The Midwest Book Review just published a review of Fundamentals of Information Systems Security by David Kim and Michael G. Solomon, calling it “an ideal 555 page compendium covering every aspect, facet and issue of information systems security.”
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“Key features include the risks, threats, and vulnerabilities associated with the transformation to a digital world; a high-level overview of the seven domains within the Systems Security Certified Practitioner certification; practical information on security standards, education, professional certification, and recent compliance laws. Of special note is the SSCP practice exam as well as a coupon offer for an SSCP Review Seminar. Especially well organized and presented, Fundamentals Of Information Systems Security is strongly recommended as a classroom textbook as well as a core addition to professional and academic library Computer Science reference collections and supplemental reading lists.”
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