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Computer Security Assurance (05) By Merkow, Mark S - Breithaupt, Jim [Paperback (2004)]

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“This book clearly explains the background and mechanisms of the Common Criteria. Highly recommended for system architects, software developers, software evaluators, managers, and anyone else concerned about security requirements of computer systems ...”