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Jun 08, 2004 3:03 pm re: re: Planning to write a book on Information Security
Michael Chua

Thanks for your suggestion, the chosen scenarios will stand the test of time and changes in technologies. They will be the fundamental (or classic) reasons why security breaches happen.

Michael CHUA

> John Bambenek wrote:
> In a book like this it is important to have scenarios that won't expire with time because the technology has changed. That and having real practical solutions. Most security books shoot way to high to give real meat to the readers.
>> Michael Chua wrote:
>> Dear Ryzers
>>I've been living and working in 15 cities across 4 continents over the last 20 years, specialising in the IT and inforation security industry.
>>I'm planning to write a book on information security targeted at the Management. It will not be an academic text but a series of 'scenarios' based on my experience.
>>Can you tell me what you would want out of a book like this?
>>What do you always like to find out about of such a topic, but never have been published?
>>Being in the industry for that period, I've to seek the help of people to get me out of my tunnel vision.
>>Many thanks.
>>Michael Chua

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