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Online Business Security Systems applies the concept of synchronization to security of global heterogeneous and hetero-standard systems by modeling the relationship of risk access spots (RAS) between advanced and developing economies network platforms. The proposed model is more effective in securing the electronic security gap between these economies with reference to real life applications, such as electronic fund transfer in electronic business. This process involves the identification of vulnerabilities on communication networks. This professional book also presents a model and simulation of an integrated approach to security and risk known as Service Server Transmission Model (SSTM).


Online Business Security Systems is designed for both a professional and an academic audience. This includes researchers and practitioners in industry, as well as graduate students studying network security and risk/security management.


 

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Online Business Security Systems applies the concept of synchronization to security of global heterogeneous and hetero-standard systems by modeling the relationship of risk access spots (RAS) between advanced and developing economies network platforms. The proposed model is more effective in securing the electronic security gap between these economies with reference to real life applications, such as electronic fund transfer in electronic business. This process involves the identification of vulnerabilities on communication networks. This professional book also presents a model and simulation of an integrated approach to security and risk known as Service Server Transmission Model (SSTM).
Online Business Security Systems is designed for both a professional and an academic audience. This includes researchers and practitioners in industry, as well as graduate students studying network security and risk/security management.