Cryptography Decrypte—Book Review
- David A. Rosenthal (University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina)
The recent terrorist attacks have further engendered into the minds of IT professionals the need to become more acquainted with the concepts of security and the safeguarding of digital assets. Far from what could be considered a traditional textbook, Cryptography Decrypted (H.X. Mel & Doris Baker, Addison-Wesley, 2001) is a useful reference work and a practical introduction to the science of cryptography, providing insight into the technology and methodology associated with the various cryptographic capabilities that exist today.
Keywords: computer programming|computer science
How to Cite:
Rosenthal, D. A., (2002) “Cryptography Decrypte—Book Review”, The Journal of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering 18(2).