Written by leading information security educators, this fully revised, full-color computer security textbook covers CompTIA's fastest-growing credential, CompTIA Security+. Principles of Computer Security, Fourth Edition is a student-tested, introductory computer security textbook that provides comprehensive coverage of computer and network security fundamentals in an engaging and dynamic full-color design. In addition to teaching key computer security concepts, the textbook also fully prepares you for CompTIA Security+ exam SY0-401 with 100% coverage of all exam objectives. Each chapter begins with a list of topics to be covered and features sidebar exam and tech tips, a chapter summary, and an end-of-chapter assessment section that includes key term, multiple choice, and essay quizzes as well as lab projects. Electronic content includes CompTIA Security+ practice exam questions and a PDF copy of the book. CompTIA Approved Quality Content (CAQC) Instructor resource materials include Online Learning Center with Instructor Manuals, PowerPoint slides featuring artwork from the book, and a test bank of questions for use as quizzes or exams Electronic content features two simulated practice exams in the Total Tester exam engine and a PDF eBook Supplemented by Principles of Computer Security Lab Manual, Fourth Edition White and Conklin are two of the most well-respected computer security educators in higher education
Wm. Arthur Conklin, Ph.D., CompTIA Security+, CISSP, is an associate professor in the Information and Logistics Technology Department at the University of Houston. Greg White, Ph.D., is a professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Texas at San Antonio. He is the director for the Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security at UTSA. Corey Schou, Ph.D., series editor, is a fellow and vice chairperson of (ISC)2, the University Professor of Informatics and professor of Computer Science at Idaho State University, and the director of the Informatics Research Institute and the National Information Assurance Training and Education Center (NIATEC).
Chuck Cothren, Corey Schou, Dwayne Williams, Greg White, Roger L. Davis, Wm. Arthur Conklin