At last, a security book just for Solaris and UNIX(r) system administrators. Learn
the specifics for making your system secure, whether it's an organization-wide
network or a standalone workstation. Expert author Peter Gregory has managed
security for everything from top-secret corporate research facilities to casinos.
Take advantage of his experience to build a secure, reliable system of your own.
Solaris Security looks at the physical, logical, and human factors that affect
• PROMs, physical security, bootpaths, permissions, auditing tools, system
logs, passwords, and more
• Secure network interfaces and services for remote and Internet access,
intrusion detection, access control, email, and printing
• Enhanced security for NIS, NIS+, DNS, and NFS
A special section shows you how to plan for the inevitable disasters so you can
recover your data quickly and accurately without compromising security.
References to books, journals, and online resources will help you keep up with
the latest innovations.
Every chapter opens with a checklist of key topics and their significance, so you
can quickly find the information you need. Whether you are a security manager,
Information Technology/Systems manager or a network administrator,
Solaris(tm) Security is the single resource to answer all your questions and get
your systems in shape now and for the future.