In 'Penetration Testing and Reverse Engineering: Introsion Detection Systems and e-Commerce Websites', Rob Kowalski provides the reader with thorough insights into the skills and practices that are encompassed in real-life scenarios and tests and serves as a solid baseline for skill set development, as the reader begins (or builds upon) their journey to grow in the field of Cyber Security. The book also gives readers real-life examples and the chance to spend quality, hands-on time practicing and improving their skills. The book is dynamically written and can serve as a definitive reference guide for professionals already in the field, a handbook for those with a passing interest or wanting to learn about the field of Cyber Security and a study guide for those taking both vocational and academic examinations. The book also provides detailed explanations of traditional penetration testing and reverse engineering software techniques and models of approach, the ethics and legalities and moves on to areas such as penetration testing and reverse engineering of Linux environments, mobile protocols (Android, iOS etc), web applications, IDS/IDN, e-Commerce websites, databases and desktop software applications.
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The most practical, comprehensive solution to defending your network perimeter. Get expert insight from the industry's leading voices: Stephen Northcutt and the expertise of the SANS team. Inside Network Perimeter Security is a practical guide to designing, deploying, and maintaining network defenses. It discusses perimeter components such as firewalls, VPNs, routers, and intrusion detection systems, and explains how to integrate them into a unified whole to meet real-world business requirements. The book consolidates the experience of seventeen information security professionals working together as a team of writers and reviewers. This is an excellent reference for those interested in examining best practices of perimeter defense and in expanding their knowledge of network security. Because the book was developed in close coordination with the SANS Institute, it is also a valuable supplementary resource for those pursuing the GIAC Certified Firewall Analyst (GCFW) certification.
This is the first book to present a multidisciplinary approach to cyberterrorism. It traces the threat posed by cyberterrorism today, with chapters discussing possible technological vulnerabilities, potential motivations to engage in cyberterrorism, and the challenges of distinguishing this from other cyber threats. The book also addresses the range of potential responses to this threat by exploring policy and legislative frameworks as well as a diversity of techniques for deterring or countering terrorism in cyber environments. The case studies throughout the book are global in scope and include the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
With contributions from distinguished experts with backgrounds including international relations, law, engineering, computer science, public policy and politics, Cyberterrorism: Understanding, Assessment and Response offers a cutting edge analysis of contemporary debate on, and issues surrounding, cyberterrorism. This global scope and diversity of perspectives ensure it is of great interest to academics, students, practitioners, policymakers and other stakeholders with an interest in cyber security.
Since 1984, the quarterly magazine 2600 has provided fascinating articles for readers who are curious about technology. Find the best of the magazine’s writing in Best of 2600: A Hacker Odyssey, a collection of the strongest, most interesting, and often most controversial articles covering 24 years of changes in technology, all from a hacker’s perspective. Included are stories about the creation of the infamous tone dialer “red box” that allowed hackers to make free phone calls from payphones, the founding of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and the insecurity of modern locks.