Management, compliance & auditing

Introduction to Enterprise Security: A Practitioner’s Guide

November 5, 2014 by Tom Olzak

279-Page eBook

This book is not for the casual reader.  It is intended to dive deep into security and provide a foundation for building a security program and supporting controls framework.  It assumes a basic knowledge of networking and systems.  Security managers, security analysts, security engineers, security consultants, and IS auditors will find this book a useful addition to their reference libraries. Each chapter is useful as a standalone reference for the topic it addresses.

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Posted: November 5, 2014
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Tom Olzak
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Tom Olzak is a security researcher for the InfoSec Institute and an IT professional with over 37 years of experience in programming, network engineering, and security. He has an MBA and is a CISSP.  He is currently an online instructor for the University of Phoenix.

He has held positions as an IS director, director of infrastructure engineering, director of information security, and programming manager at a variety of manufacturing, health care, and distribution companies. Before joining the private sector, he served 10 years in the United States Army Military Police with four years as a military police investigator.

He has written four books, “Just Enough Security”, “Microsoft Virtualization”, “Introduction to Enterprise Security”, and “Incident Management and Response.”  He is also the author of various papers on security management and a blogger for, TechRepublic,, and Tom Olzak on Security.

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