The Insiders' Guide to the Adirondacks by Kenneth Brown

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Now there's a comprehensive 450-page guide entirely devoted to this mountainous mecca - from the heights of Mount Marcy to the pools of Lake Placid and Blue Mountain Lake to the orchards and country roads of the Western Champlain region. So forge ahead! With The Insiders' Guide(r) to the Adirondacks, this vast region will seem as familiar as your own backyard.
 

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Erik Schetina, CISSP, is the CTO for TrustWave Corporation (http: //www.trustwave.com). He spent 14 years with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) developing information security systems and public key cryptosystems. He has worked with national and international firms to develop managed security and intrusion detection systems. He is a member of the Information Security Consortium and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Ken Green is a senior security engineer for TrustWave Corporation where he works extensively on intrusion detection systems, firewalls, and virtual private network initiatives. A former technical director and senior electronic engineer for the DoD, Ken is a recognized expert in the areas of telecommunications and data network analysis and protocols, including TCP/IP, IPsec, VPNs, Microsoft Networking, ATM, SONET/SDH, Frame Relay, and SS7. Jacob Carlson is a senior security engineer for TrustWave Corporation. His primary role is leading the penetration testing and vulnerability assessment team. In his copious free time he likes breaking things and writing code. 0672323060AB03282002
 
Published December 1, 1997 by Insiders Guides. 458 pages
Genres: Travel. Non-fiction