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Dr Tom Shinder's ISA Server and Beyond: Real World Security Solut
The terrorist attacks of September 11 signaled the dawn of a new age of warfare: InfoWar. The greatest challenge facing the IT community in the 21st Century is securing networks from malicious attacks. The problem for the Microsoft network administrators and engineers is that securing Microsoft networks is an extremely complex task.
Dr Tom Shinder's ISA Server and Beyond: Real World Security Solutions for Microsoft Enterprise Networks is designed to help network administrators meet the challenge of securing Microsoft enterprise networks. This is not another Windows 'security book.' It is written, reviewed, and field tested by Microsoft network and security engineers who bring their real-world experiences to provide an entertaining, thought provoking, and imminently practical guide to securing Microsoft networks. Dr Tom Shinder's ISA Server and Beyond: Real World Security Solutions for Microsoft Enterprise Networks also provides scenario based, practical examples, with detailed step-by-step explanations on how to carry out the most complex and obscure security configurations on Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000 and Windows .Net computers.
Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: InfoWar: The 21st Century Battlefield Chapter 3: Network Security Fundamentals Chapter 4: Network Intrusions and Attacks Chapter 5: Creating complex IPSec Policies for intranet, extranet and Internet connectivity Chapter 6: Design and configure an enterprise Certificate Services Chapter 7: Windows Security Features Chapter 8: Design and configure an enterprise Certificate Services infrastructure Chapter 9: Design and configure PPTP and L2TP/IPSec VPNs Chapter 10: Building complex Mesh and Spoke and Hub VPN configurations Chapter 11: Design and configure secure Wireless networks Chapter 12: Design and configure Defense in Depth with Host based security strategies Chapter 13: Hardening IIS 4.0 5.0 and 6.0 Chapter 14: Secure common network services DNS, SNMP, WINS, DHCP and RADIUS Chapter 15: Conclusion