Computer Security, Ethics, and Society is a book designed for computer science, engineering, and information technology majors taking a course in security. With the growing importance of networks and the importance of having secure transfer of data electronically, computer security is becoming increasingly important.
This book covers the technical, legal, and ethical issues involved in computer security in a pedagogically sound manner. The author uses many motivating examples and cases, which deal with issues in the real world. In addition to keeping students abreast of important issues, this real world flavor motivates students.
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