Category : Various Text files
Archive   : CSP.ZIP
Filename : MANUALS.TXT

 
Output of file : MANUALS.TXT contained in archive : CSP.ZIP
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MANUALS


AUTHORS SPECIFIED

ABUSE/MISUSE/CRIME


AUTHOR: Schabeck, Timothy A.

TITLE: Computer Crime Investigation Manual

PUBLISHER/ORIGINATOR: Assets Protection

PUBLICATION DATE: 1980
CATEGORY: Abuse/Misuse/Crime
COST: $39.95
DESCRIPTION: Clear and precise overview of
computer hardware, software, operations, and job
functions.


GENERAL SECURITY


AUTHOR: Shannon, Terry C., Technical Editor

TITLE: Computer Security Handbook: The
Practitioner's "Bible"

PUBLISHER/ORIGINATOR: Computer Security Institute

PUBLICATION DATE: 1985
CATEGORY: General Security
COST: $95.00
DESCRIPTION: Contains a number of articles and
technical papers dealing with computer security
issues such as training and security safeguards.


AUTHOR: Walsh, Timothy J. and Healy, Richard J.

TITLE: Protection of Assets (4 Volumes)

PUBLISHER/ORIGINATOR: The Merrit Company

PUBLICATION DATE: 1974 (Updated Monthly)
CATEGORY: General Security
COST: $285.00
DESCRIPTION: This manual helps you design and
maintain an effective, cost saving, on-going
program for total assets protection.

MICROCOMPUTER SECURITY

AUTHOR: Withrow, J.B.

TITLE: Security Handbook for Small Computer Users


PUBLISHER/ORIGINATOR: National Technical
Information Service
PUBLICATION DATE: April 1985
CATEGORY: Microcomputer Security
COST: $13.95
DESCRIPTION: This manual discusses various security
issues dealing with small computers and the
responsibilities users of small computers have
towards security.


TRAINING & AWARENESS

AUTHOR: Ashley, Cliff and Story, Frank

TITLE: Automatic Data Processing Security
Program

PUBLISHER/ORIGINATOR: Kaiser Engineers Hanford,
ATTN: Cliff Ashley, SAS Manager
PUBLICATION DATE: February 11, 1987
CATEGORY: Training & Awareness
COST: Free
DESCRIPTION: This manual describes the computer
security program used at Kaiser Engineers Hanford.


AUTHORS NOT SPECIFIED

ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY

AUTHOR: Not Specified

TITLE: Hutton's Building System and Controls
Catalog

PUBLISHER/ORIGINATOR: Hutton Publishing Co., Inc.

PUBLICATION DATE: 1988
CATEGORY: Environmental Security
COST: Free
DESCRIPTION: This catalog provides a wide variety
of environmental computer security related products
and services.


GENERAL SECURITY


AUTHOR: Not Specified

TITLE: Computer Security Buyers Guide

PUBLISHER/ORIGINATOR: Computer Security Institute

PUBLICATION DATE: 1988
CATEGORY: General Security
COST: Members of CSI - Free; Non-members - $75.00
DESCRIPTION: A buyers guide for a wide variety of
of computer security products and services.


AUTHOR: Not Specified

TITLE: Computer Security Manual for Unclassified
Systems

PUBLISHER/ORIGINATOR: EG&G Idaho, Inc.
Information and Technical
Services
P.O. Box 1625
Idaho Falls, ID 83415
PUBLICATION DATE: April 30, 1987
CATEGORY: General Security
COST: Call for current cost (TBD)
DESCRIPTION: Discusses a variety of unclassified
computer security issues. Includes password usage,
certification and other categories.



AUTHOR: Not Specified

TITLE: Datapro Reports on Information Security
(2 Volumes)

PUBLISHER/ORIGINATOR: Datapro Research Corporation
(609) 764-0100
PUBLICATION DATE: 1985
CATEGORY: General Security
COST: $790.00 Annualy
DESCRIPTION: Includes management information,
market surveys, and product reports.


RISK MANAGEMENT

AUTHOR: Not Specified

TITLE: Risk Management Manual (3 Volumes)


PUBLISHER/ORIGINATOR: The Merrit Company

PUBLICATION DATE: 1985 (Bimonthly Supplements)
CATEGORY: Risk Management
COST: $283.00
DESCRIPTION: This manual provides easy-to-
understand fundamentals and specifics for
initiating and maintaining a risk management
program.


  3 Responses to “Category : Various Text files
Archive   : CSP.ZIP
Filename : MANUALS.TXT

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/