TitleComputer security in the real world
PublisherUniversity Video Communications
DescriptionFrom University Video Communications' catalog:
"Butler Lampson covers the basics of security in the real world of valuable objects, keys, locks, fences, spies, police, and lawyers. He describes operating system and network security today. Then he shows how to use the basic mechanisms of authentication, authorization, and auditing to make them all fit together. He ends with a brief look toward the future."