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ISSN  :   1361-3723 ( Print )   |   1873-7056 ( Online )   Active

Aim & Scope
Computer Fraud & Security has grown with the fast-moving information technology industry and has earned a reputation for editorial excellence with IT security practitioners around the world. Every month Computer Fraud & Security enables you to see the threats to your IT systems before they become a problem. Current News - A round up of all the latest IT fraud and security news worldwide giving you advance warning of all the latest threats and countermeasures. Security Reports - Leading experts discuss recent headline security events will help you better understand the problems and learn from the mistakes of others. In-depth Feature Articles - Providing advice and solutions to key IT security management issues to help you develop, implement and strengthen your corporate IT security policy. Regular columns: Tales from the Crypt examines the changing face of international cryptography policy. Web Review takes a look at excellent new Web sites to guide the security professional to useful pages. Shockwave Writer offers a stimulating view on a number of hot topics in IT security. Technical aspects - IT security explained in clear English to help you convey the value of IT security to board level. Areas regularly covered: Audit and financial control methodologies data encryption risk management network security contingency planning and disaster recovery access control security software and software protection, including year 2000 issues authentication and validation virus reports Computer Fraud & Security focuses on providing practical, usable information to effectively manage and control computer and information security within commercial organizations. Compsec 2000 * the 17th World Conference on Computer Security, Audit & Control * will take place 1-3 November 2000 in Westminster, London, UK. Share the latest thinking and practice in all aspects of computer security with internationally renowned invited speakers, debates, workshops, case studies and a conference exhibition. For full details see or contact Tracy Collier at [1]

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