First came Melissa. Then the I Love You virus. Then Code Red and Nimda. The cumulative effects of these successfully orchestrated attacks are taking their toll on the Internet economy. At a minimum, users are frustrated and their confidence is shaken. On the other end of the scale, these attacks can be devastating from a financial standpoint. It is easy to see that providing enterprise security is a critical and potentially overwhelming task, but managers have no excuse for not being prepared. The technologies of the Internet remain a significant drawing card to the business community. So what is the IT manager to do? The challenge is in devising an enterprise security strategy that will defend against all forms of attack. This book is precisely the guide that managers need. Enterprise Security allows the manager to analyze their infrastructure, spot potential weaknesses, and build a formidable defense. Written for professionals charged with defending enterprises, whether large or small, this book provides state-of-the-art guidelines and key advice for making sure that your organization's enterprise is well guarded.