Security Science

Security Science integrates the multi-disciplined practice areas of security into a single structured body of knowledge, where each chapter takes an evidence-based approach to one of the core knowledge categories. The authors give practitioners and students the underlying scientific perspective based on robust underlying theories, principles, models or frameworks. Demonstrating the relationships and underlying concepts, they present an approach to each core security function within the context of both organizational security and homeland security. The book is unique in its application of the scientific method to the increasingly challenging tasks of preventing crime and foiling terrorist attacks. Incorporating the latest security theories and principles, it considers security from both a national and corporate perspective, applied at a strategic and tactical level. It provides a rational basis for complex decisions and begins the process of defining the emerging discipline of security science. A fresh and provocative approach to the key facets of security Presentation of theories and models for a reasoned approach to decision making Strategic and tactical support for corporate leaders handling security challenges Methodologies for protecting national assets in government and private sectors Exploration of security’s emerging body of knowledge across domains

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  • Author : Clifton Smith
  • Publisher : Butterworth-Heinemann
  • Pages : 280 pages
  • ISBN : 0123947855
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Security Science

Security Science
  • Author : Clifton Smith,David J Brooks
  • Publisher : Butterworth-Heinemann
  • Release : 31 December 2012
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Security Science integrates the multi-disciplined practice areas of security into a single structured body of knowledge, where each chapter takes an evidence-based approach to one of the core knowledge categories. The authors give practitioners and students the underlying scientific perspective based on robust underlying theories, principles, models or frameworks. Demonstrating the relationships and underlying concepts, they present an approach to each core security function within the context of both organizational security and homeland security. The book is unique in its

Private Investigation and Security Science

Private Investigation and Security Science
  • Author : Frank MacHovec
  • Publisher : Charles C Thomas Publisher
  • Release : 16 January 2021
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After providing an overview of the history and functions of private investigation and private security services, this book provides information and guidance on the knowledge and skills required of a private investigator, with attention to the use of the scientific approach. The first chapter describes the nature of private investigation, with attention to the evolution of the profession over the years, regulation of and standards for the profession, and the characteristic of an ideal private investigator and security specialist. Terrorism

Data Science For Cyber-security

Data Science For Cyber-security
  • Author : Adams Niall M,Heard Nicholas A,Rubin-delanchy Patrick
  • Publisher : World Scientific
  • Release : 25 September 2018
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Cyber-security is a matter of rapidly growing importance in industry and government. This book provides insight into a range of data science techniques for addressing these pressing concerns.The application of statistical and broader data science techniques provides an exciting growth area in the design of cyber defences. Networks of connected devices, such as enterprise computer networks or the wider so-called Internet of Things, are all vulnerable to misuse and attack, and data science methods offer the promise to detect

Information Security Science

Information Security Science
  • Author : Carl Young
  • Publisher : Syngress
  • Release : 23 June 2016
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Information Security Science: Measuring the Vulnerability to Data Compromises provides the scientific background and analytic techniques to understand and measure the risk associated with information security threats. This is not a traditional IT security book since it includes methods of information compromise that are not typically addressed in textbooks or journals. In particular, it explores the physical nature of information security risk, and in so doing exposes subtle, yet revealing, connections between information security, physical security, information technology, and information

Computer Security

Computer Security
  • Author : Matt Bishop
  • Publisher : Addison-Wesley Professional
  • Release : 16 January 2021
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The importance of computer security has increased dramatically during the past few years. Bishop provides a monumental reference for the theory and practice of computer security. Comprehensive in scope, this book covers applied and practical elements, theory, and the reasons for the design of applications and security techniques.

Science and Technology Policies for the Anti-terrorism Era

Science and Technology Policies for the Anti-terrorism Era
  • Author : NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Science and Technology Policies for the Anti-Terrorism Era
  • Publisher : IOS Press
  • Release : 16 January 2021
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Considers the science and technology policies necessary for defense against terrorism and other threats to security; assesses the priorities for governments, universities, national laboratories and industrial firms; and identifies how governments and the science and technology community can most effectively work together to enhance our security.

Absence in Science, Security and Policy

Absence in Science, Security and Policy
  • Author : Brian Balmer,Brian Rappert
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 06 February 2016
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This book explores the absent and missing in debates about science and security. Through varied case studies, including biological and chemical weapons control, science journalism, nanotechnology research and neuroethics, the contributors explore how matters become absent, ignored or forgotten and the implications for ethics, policy and society.The chapter 'Sensing Absence: How to See What Isn't There in the Study of Science and Security' is open access under a CC BY 4.0 license via link.springer.com.