Foundations of Security: What Every Programmer Needs to Know teaches you state-of-the-art software security design principles, methodology, and concrete programming techniques that you need to build secure software systems.
In his book, In Search of Stupidity: Over Twenty Years of High-Tech Marketing Disasters, Second Edition, marketing wizard Richard Chapman takes a hilarious look at some of the most influential marketing and business philosophies of the last 20 years.
Software Project Secrets: Why Software Projects Fail airs dirty laundry about the software industryhow putting project management's priorities above all else is the root cause of problems in software development projects. This book offers solutions to integrate project management with agile methodologies that really work for software development.
Pro PHP Security will serve as your complete guide for taking defensive and proactive security measures within your PHP applications. You'll learn about various security measures that will help you prevent attackers from potentially disrupting site operation or destroying data.
"Hardening" is the process of protecting a system and its applications against unknown threats. Hardening Linux identifies many of the risks of running Linux hosts and applications and provides practical examples and methods to minimize those risks.
Any company using .NET will eventually (if it hasn't already) expose part of its functionality as a .NET Web service, and securing these features will become job number one. This book provides a comprehensive treatment on how to secure Web services on the .NET platform.
Homes are becoming increasingly wired and, thanks to Wi-Fi, unwired. Hackers can strike quickly and create disastrous results! These stories and follow-ups are a fascinating insight into the modern threats we all face in the techno jungle.
Although a book about computer security, this goes far beyond the usual "beware the dangers of chat rooms" warnings to teach you everything you need to know to protect your computer, your privacy, and yourself.