Auditing and Security: AS/400, NT, UNIX, Networks, and by Yusufali F. Musaji

By Yusufali F. Musaji

An entire and definitive advisor to auditing the safety of IT platforms for managers, CIOs, controllers, and auditors
This updated source presents the entire instruments you want to practice sensible protection audits at the whole spectrum of a company's IT platforms-from the mainframe to the person PC-as good because the networks that attach them to one another and to the worldwide market. Auditing and protection: AS/400, NT, Unix, Networks, and catastrophe restoration Plans is the 1st booklet on IT defense written in particular for the auditor, detailing what controls are essential to be sure a safe process whatever the particular undefined, software program, or structure an organization runs. the writer makes use of important checklists and diagrams and a realistic, instead of theoretical, solution to knowing and auditing a company's IT safeguard platforms and their specifications. This complete quantity covers the whole diversity of concerns in relation to protection audits, including:
* and software
* working systems
* community connections
* The cooperation of logical and actual defense systems
* catastrophe restoration making plans

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