Enterprise Systems Integration 2nd Edition
The convergence of knowledge, technology, and human performance which comprises today’s enterprise allows creative business process design. Thus, an organization can create new and innovative ways to service customers or to do business with suppliers and make itself a leader in its field. This capability relies on a successful strategy that integrates the enterprise. Enterprise Systems Integration, Second Edition continues to provide you with the business insight and the technical know-how that ensures successful systems integration.The book combines the perspectives, knowledge, and experience of more than 70 experts in the various areas that involve enterprise integration. Their expertise ranges from hands-on experience with technology and project management to the higher-level issues of business and management strategy. Each chapter examines an issue or technology relevant to today’s enterprise. Collectively, these chapters span the range of enterprise computing and systems integration. Once armed with the strategy and technologies, you must successfully deploy ERP systems within budget and on time. In addition, you must be able to integrate them into the rest of the enterprise. Still, ERP software does not make up the full picture of today’s enterprise. Legacy systems, e-commerce and other Web-based systems, client/server applications, networks and communications systems, data warehousing, and integrated databases enter into the mix. Enterprise Systems Integration, Second Edition paints a comprehensive picture of the technologies that comprise today’s enterprise and shows you how to make them work together.
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Electronically Stored Information: The Complete Guide to Management, Understanding, Acquisition, Storage, Search, and Retrieval 2nd Edition
Although we live in an era in which we are surrounded by an ever-deepening fog of data, few of us truly understand how the data are created, where data are stored, or how to retrieve or destroy data-if that is indeed possible. This book is for all of you, whatever your need or interest. Electronically Stored Information: The Complete Guide to Management, Understanding, Acquisition, Storage, Search, and Retrieval, Second Edition explains the reasons you need to know about electronic data. It also gets into great detail about the how, what, when, and where of what is known in legal circles as electronically stored information (ESI). With easy-to-understand explanations and guidelines, this book provides the practical understanding you need to effectively manage the complex world of ESI. Whether you are an attorney, judge, paralegal, business manager or owner, or just one of the ever-growing population of computer users, you will benefit from the information presented in this book.
About the Author
David Matthews has worked in the information technology (IT) field since 1992. He began working for the City of Seattle as the technology manager for the Legislative Department (City Council) in 1998. In early 2005, he was selected to be the first Deputy CISO for the city. In his work for the city, he developed and created an incident response plan that is compliant with the National Incident Management System (NIMS)/Incident Command System (ICS); updated and extensively rewrote the city’s information security policy; and created and taught training courses on information security and forensics. He created an IT primer for the city’s law department as part of his collaboration with them on e-discovery issues. In 2012, he was recruited by Expedia, Inc. to develop and lead their global cyber incident response team. He created and exercised a plan that integrated with their network response and disaster recovery plans and led a team located both in the United States and India. He retired in 2014 and is now doing consultant work mostly with local governments and critical infrastructure to enhance their cyber response and resiliency capabilities.
Computer Security: Principles and Practice, 2e, is ideal for courses in Computer/Network Security.
In recent years, the need for education in computer security and related topics has grown dramatically – and is essential for anyone studying Computer Science or Computer Engineering. This is the only text available to provide integrated, comprehensive, up-to-date coverage of the broad range of topics in this subject. In addition to an extensive pedagogical program, the book provides unparalleled support for both research and modeling projects, giving students a broader perspective.
Analyzing how hacks are done, so as to stop them in the future Reverse engineering is the process of analyzing hardware or software and understanding it, without having access to the source code or design documents. Hackers are able to reverse engineer systems and exploit what they find with scary results. Now the good guys can use the same tools to thwart these threats. Practical Reverse Engineering goes under the hood of reverse engineering for security analysts, security engineers, and system programmers, so they can learn how to use these same processes to stop hackers in their tracks. The book covers x86, x64, and ARM (the first book to cover all three); Windows kernel-mode code rootkits and drivers; virtual machine protection techniques; and much more. Best of all, it offers a systematic approach to the material, with plenty of hands-on exercises and real-world examples. Offers a systematic approach to understanding reverse engineering, with hands-on exercises and real-world examples Covers x86, x64, and advanced RISC machine (ARM) architectures as well as deobfuscation and virtual machine protection techniques Provides special coverage of Windows kernel-mode code (rootkits/drivers), a topic not often covered elsewhere, and explains how to analyze drivers step by step Demystifies topics that have a steep learning curve Includes a bonus chapter on reverse engineering tools Practical Reverse Engineering: Using x86, x64, ARM, Windows Kernel, and Reversing Tools provides crucial, up-to-date guidance for a broad range of IT professionals.
About the Author
Bruce Dang is a senior security development engineering lead at Microsoft focusing on Windows kernel and reverse engineering. Alexandre Gazet is a senior security researcher at QuarksLab focusing on reverse engineering and software protection. Elias Bachaalany is a software security engineer at Microsoft.
Written by international experts in the field, this book covers the standards, architecture and deployment issues related to IP-based emergency services This book brings together contributions from experts on technical and operational aspects within the international standardisation and regulatory processes relating to routing and handling of IP-based emergency calls. Readers will learn how these standards work, how various standardization organizations contributed to them and about pilot projects, early deployment and current regulatory situation. Key Features: Provides an overview of how the standards related to IP-based emergency services work, and how various organizations contributed to them Focuses on SIP and IMS-based communication systems for the Internet Covers standards, architecture and deployment issues International focus, with coverage of the major national efforts in this area Written by the experts who were/are involved in the development of the standards (NENA, EENA, 3GPP, IETF, ETSI, etc.) Accompanying website provides updates on standards and deployment (http://ip-emergency.net) This book is an excellent resource for vendors building software and equipment for emergency services, engineers/researchers engaged in development of networks and network elements and standardization, emergency services providers, standardization experts, product persons, those within the regulatory environment. Students and lecturers, infrastructure and application service providers will also find this book of interest.
About the Author
Professor Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University, USA Henning Schulzrinne has worked on Internet-based emergency calling since 2001, and has helped design the overall emergency calling architecture, the service URN mechanism and the PSAP mapping protocol (LoST). Prior to that, he was a long-term participant in the IETF VoIP-related standardization process, starting with RTP and continuing with VoIP signaling (SIP). Henning currently teaches networking and related subjects at Columbia University. He has published numerous journal and conference articles, as well as two books. Henning is a Fellow of the IEEE. Hannes Tschofenig, Nokia Siemens Networks, Finland Hannes Tschofenig has worked on the topic of emergency services for the past 5 years in the area of standardization. He is Chair of the IETF Emergency Context Resolution with Internet Technology (ECRIT) working group with Marc Linsner, and Chair of the European Emergency Number Association (EENA) Next Generation 112 Technical Committee with Roger Hixson (NENA management person). Hannes and Henning have organized the SDO emergency services workshops with a small group of people, where they have contributed to a number of specifications in this field. Tschofenig has taught courses, and given presentations and tutorials about emergency services to other professionals.