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Computers at Risk (Clark/NSF)

 

National Research Council (U.S.). Computer Science and Telecommunications Board. System Security Study Committee. Computers at Risk: Safe Computing in the Information Age. National Academies Press, 1991.

Computers at Risk outlines a comprehensive agenda for developing national policies and practices for computer security, making specific recommendations for industry and government agencies involved in computer security activities. The book outlines problems and opportunities in computer security research, and provides recommendations for topics and methods for investigators in the field. The book explores why the technology community had failed to respond to the need for enhanced security systems up to that point in time, and the need to balance security with the right of privacy.(1)

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