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Case Study: The Nuclear Effect of Computer Malware

Impact of Politics on Computer-controlled Operational Processes

Get vital information about legacy industrial control systems with a look at one of the most contentious areas in industrial production.

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EAN: 9780749475321
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Format: 297x210mm
7 pages

About the book

The Nuclear Effect of Computer Malware focuses on the destructive malware that is specifically designed to target industrial computer-controlled systems. Aimed at students on operations management, supply chain, logistics and business systems courses, this case will provide vital knowledge about malware and computer-controlled systems.

The Nuclear Effect of Computer Malware offers the reader vital information about legacy industrial control systems. It presents and explains useful and essential definitions such as the blue screen of death (BSOD) and zero-day vulnerability. The questions and suggested answers at the end give students and practitioners the guidance toward implementing change.

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About the authors

Lucian Tipi

Lucian Tipi is a principal lecturer in Business Systems in the department of Finance, Accounting and Business within Sheffield Business School. He has worked on a considerable range of projects, with a particular focus on IT and Information Systems (IS). Lucian's particular area of expertise is in the area of IS security and electronic crime.

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