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Symantec Press, the publishing arm of Symantec Corporation, features books focused on information security by authors from Symantec and throughout the industry. The effort is a strategic collaboration with Addison-Wesley Professional, the leading publisher of high quality and timely information for programmers, developers, and system administrators.
Crimeware: Understanding New Attacks and Defenses
by Markus Jakobsson, Zulfikar Ramzan
The book is written for readers from a wide array of backgrounds. Describing a given angle from a bird's-eye view, using language that makes the subject approachable to readers without deep technical knowledge.

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The Art of Software Security Testing: Identifying Software Security Flaws
by Chrsi Wysopal, Lucas Nelson, Dino Dai Zovi, Elfriede Dustin
If you are a technical professional responsible for software security, everything from testing to QA, security, development, and more, this book is indispensable.

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Own Your Space: Keeping Yourself and Your Stuff Safe Online
by Linda McCarthy
This book provides important details to keep teens, their privacy, and their identities safe in cyberspace.

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The Symantec Guide to Home Internet Security
by Andrew Conry-Murray, Vincent Weafer
Easy-to-understand Book Offers Ways For Home Computer Users and Small Businesses To Protect Information From Cyber Attacks
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The Executive Guide to Information Security
by Mark Egan
Provides a pragmatic approach for evaluating the security of a computer network." — Richard A. Clarke, former White House cyber security chief
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Using Dynamic Storage Tiering
How Veritas Storage Foundation helps you get the most from multi-tier online storage.
This book describes how Dynamic Storage Tiering works, shows how administrators can use it to automatically optimize online storage utilization, and presents some common use cases. It is a must for architects and administrators concerned with controlling storage cost without sacrificing the quality of service delivered to applications and users.
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Using Local Copy Services
How Veritas Storage Foundation snapshot facilities protect data, reduce costs, and enhance the quality of IT service.
This book describes how Storage Foundation's five snapshot facilities work, how they are commonly used, and how to implement them. The five facilities are: split mirror snapshots, space-optimized instant snapshots, full-sized instant snapshots, snapshot file systems, and storage checkpoints.
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Standardizing Storage Management
Using Veritas Storage Foundation to increase effectiveness of storage management across the enterprise.
This book describes how to standardize storage configuration and administration across all of a data center's platforms to result in better quality of service at lower administrative cost. Storage architects, administrators, integrators, and consultants need to know about the Storage Foundation and how it can reduce their cost to deliver service.
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