Security in Electronic Banking (2/e)

Security in Electronic Banking (2/e)

Subject: IIBF catalogue
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Other Details

ISBN 9780230633001
Binding Paperback
Imprints Macmillan Publishers India
Edition 2
Language English

About the Book

This book is a part of the courseware on “Diploma in Banking Technology” being offered by the Indian Institute of Banking & Finance. This book provides an overview of various security in electronic banking.

The book consist of Four Modules as under :

• Module A : An Overview of Computer and Communications Security

• Module B : Troubleshooting Techniques

• Module C : Viruses – Where Do They Come From?

• Module D : System Audit and Computer Crimes

This book though aimed at bankers would be of interest to anybody who is keen to learn about Banking Technology as prevalent today.

About Author

The Indian Institute of Banking and Finance (Formerly The Indian Institute of Bankers) was established in 1928. With a membership of over 750 institutional members and over 2.5 lac individual members, it is the largest institute of its kind in the world and is working with a mission “to develop professionally qualified and competent bankers and finance professionals primarily through a process of education, training, examination consultancy/ counseling and continuing professional development programs”. The institute offers a number of professional courses in banking and finance and is managed by a Governing Council consisting of Chairmen of different banks and eminent academicians. It has collaborations with reputed international bodies like Canadian Institute of Bankers, Securities Institute, Australia, World Bank Institute, Washington, American Banker’s Association and Asian Institute of Management, Manila and IIMs/ XLRI, India for offering courses and CPD programmes.

Table of Contents

  • Module A: An Overview of Computer and Communications Security

    1. Information Security Concerns

    2. Physical Security Environment

    3. Hardware Security Environment

    4. Logical Security Environment

    5. Network Security Environment

    Module B: Troubleshooting Techniques

    6. Enterprise Security

    7. Disaster Recovery

    8. Fault Tolerant Systems

    Module C: Viruses - Where Do They Come From?

    9. LAN Troubleshooting

    10.Overview Of Computer Viruses

    11.Detection and Prevention of Computer Viruses

    Module D: System Audit and Computer Crimes

    12.Anti-Virus Policies

    13.Information Systems Audit Framework

    14.Audit Considerations Of System Controls

    15.Administration Of Systems Audit

    16.Computer Crime: Concept and Techniques

    17.Computer Crime Management