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IT Ethics Handbook: Right and Wrong for IT Professionals

 

Ethical judgments are no different in the area of computing from those in any other area. Computers raise problems of privacy, ownership, theft, and power, to name but a few. IT Ethics Handbook: Right and Wrong for IT Professionals covers subjects ranging from defensive architecture, offensive issues, privacy, the use of information, and the human element of employer and employee ethics.

Joe Grand was a Special Contributor to the book and wrote sidebar opinion pieces entitled “Don’t Believe Everything You Hear” in Chapter 1, “Systems Administration and Operations” and “Don’t Be Afraid to Attack Your Own Network (or Products)” in Chapter 6, “Information Security Officers.”

Paperback: 648 pages
Dimensions (in inches): 1.13 x 9.13 x 6.94
Publisher: Syngress; (June 2004)
ISBN: 1-931836-14-0

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