Do you work within the Information Security Industry? Have you recently read a great book on any aspect of IT Security, Risk Management, Security Engineering or Digital Forensics? If you have come across a publication that you believe has significantly added to the body of IT Security knowledge over the past 12 months, InfoSec Reviews wants to hear from you.
InfoSec Reviews (http://www.infosecreviews.com) is conducting a survey of the Information Security book market for 2011 to see which books, authors and publishers have contributed the most to the published body of knowledge in the professional field.
Readers and professionals working within the IT security industry are encouraged to visit http://infosecreviews.com/survey/index.php to vote for the nomination providing the best book of the year in each of the categories.
Nominations are in for books, authors and publishers who have advanced IT Security knowledge base over the past twelve months. Results will be announced in early 2012 with awards being made at the Infosecurity Europe 2012 event (between 24th to 26th April 2012), where members of the InfoSec Reviews team will be attending in person.Infosecurity Europe provides free access to an unrivaled free education programme, exhibitors showcasing new and emerging technologies, offering practical and professional expertise for this exciting industry.
To take part in the 2011 InfoSec Reviews awards, make sure your nominations are received as soon as possible: visit http://infosecreviews.com/survey/index.php
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