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Checklists, though mundane, are a key component of many jobs. They help ensure that key issues aren't overlooked, and they serve as guideposts for anyone auditing the work. This book provides technology managers with a very good preparatory set of details and checklists for their e-commerce infrastructure. The book can also show a corporate auditor what to look for to ensure that appropriate controls are in place. Throughout its 6 chapters and 225 pages, the book offers a detailed, progressive, and structured approach for performing such audits. The book addresses technology-related issues but doesn't require the auditor to be expert in them. Among topics discussed are physical security, authentication, and passwords; checklists ensure that these features are deployed or configured correctly. For ensuring that file servers and other elements of the e-commerce infrastructure are protected, this book is an excellent choice.
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Gordon Harold Smith (born May 25, 1952) is an American politician, a former United States Senator and businessman from the state of Oregon.
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