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IT security metrics: a practical framework for measuring security and protecting data

By: Hayden, Lance.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi Tata McGraw Hill Education Private Limited 2010Description: xxvii, 368 p.ISBN: 9780071070904.Subject(s): Computer crimes - Prevention - Measurement | Computer security - Evaluation | Data protection - Evaluation | Information technology - Security measures - EvaluationDDC classification: 005.8 Summary: IT Security Metrics provides a comprehensive approach to measuring risks, threats, operational activities, and the effectiveness of data protection in your organization. The book explains how to choose and design effective measurement strategies and addresses the data requirements of those strategies. The Security Process Management Framework is introduced and analytical strategies for security metrics data are discussed. You'll learn how to take a security metrics program and adapt it to a variety of organizational contexts to achieve continuous security improvement over time. Real-world examples of security measurement projects are included in this definitive guide. (http://www.tatamcgrawhill.com/html/9780071070904.html)
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IT Security Metrics provides a comprehensive approach to measuring risks, threats, operational activities, and the effectiveness of data protection in your organization. The book explains how to choose and design effective measurement strategies and addresses the data requirements of those strategies. The Security Process Management Framework is introduced and analytical strategies for security metrics data are discussed. You'll learn how to take a security metrics program and adapt it to a variety of organizational contexts to achieve continuous security improvement over time. Real-world examples of security measurement projects are included in this definitive guide. (http://www.tatamcgrawhill.com/html/9780071070904.html)

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