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Addresses the need for authentication, confidentiality, and integrity of data in a networked environment. Examines the services and mechanisms currently available to prevent successful attacks. Includes security models, encryption, digital signatures and certificates, authentication techniques, e-mail confidentiality, firewalls, Web servers, malware, and security management strategies. Tis.