This book provides a reasoned and authoritative description of what user experience (UX) is, why it works and what tools and techniques are involved, in line with the BCS Foundation Certificate in User Experience, based on ISO 9241-210.
Nick Furneaux, Jims Marchang, Rob Ellis, Jason Charalambous, Moinuddin Zaki, Peter Taylor, Roderick Douglas, Felix Ryan, Ceri Charlton, Gemma Moore, Tylor Robinson, Sharif Gardner Edited by
This essential guide for business and IT managers, developed in collaboration with CREST, explains the process of penetration testing and the benefits it brings. The book brings together a wide range of expertise, insight, and tips for setting up a penetration testing programme, maintaining it, and responding to the results of penetration tests.
Nikki Cordell, Sam De Silva, Sara Ellacott, Victoria Hordern, Stewart James, Andrew Katz, Andy Lucas, Jennifer Pierce, Stuart Smith Edited by
Jeremy Holt, Jeremy Newton
This comprehensive guide for management professionals discusses the IT-related legal issues faced by businesses on a daily basis. Legal concepts and terminology are notoriously difficult for non-specialists, but this book explains in plain English the most relevant legal frameworks and gives examples from actual cases.
Alison Holt, Benoit Aubert, David Sutton, Frédéric Gelissen, Alisdair McKenzie, Geoff Clarke, Rose Pan, Ming Li, Rohan Light, Beenish Saeed, Nathalie de Marcellis-Warin, Abdelaziz Khadraoui Edited by
This book is a guide to developing strategy and policy for data governance, in line with the developing ISO 38505 governance of data standards. It will assist an organisation wanting to become more of a data driven business by explaining how to assess the value, risks and constraints associated with collecting, using and distributing data.