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This book examines cyberspace superiority in nation-state conflict from both a theoretical and a practical perspective.
This volume analyses superiority concepts from the domains of land, maritime, and air to build a model that can be applied to cyberspace. Eight different cyberspace conflicts between nation states are examined and the resulting analysis is combined with theoretical concepts to present the reader with a conclusion. Case studies include the conflict between Russia and Estonia (2007), North Korea and the US and South Korea (2009) and Saudi Arabia and Iran in the Aramco attack (2012). The book uses these case studies to examine cyberspace superiority as an analytical framework to understand conflict in this domain between nation-states. Furthermore, the book makes the important distinction between local and universal domain superiority, and presents a unique model to relate this superiority in all domains, as well as a more detailed model of local superiority in cyberspace. Through examining the eight case studies, the book develops a rigorous system to measure the amount of cyberspace superiority achieved by a combatant in a conflict, and seeks to reveal if cyberspace superiority proves to be a significant advantage for military operations at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels.
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A Guide to National Security offers an analysis of the threats and policy responses facing the UK, presented within the framework of the Government's National Security Strategy and the Strategic Defence and Security Review. It explores the processes and developments which have shaped the transformation of national security over the last three decades, and critically examines the processes of politicisation and securitisation that have delivered the new strategic vision.
Presented in three parts, the book has taken one of the key recommendations from the National Security Strategy – collaboration between police and national security agencies – and used this as both the viewpoint from which to assess the current state of play regarding the UK's national security, as well as the approach to identifying future threats and creating policies and tactics to deal with them. Part One: Threats sets the scene for the current status of national security in the UK and relates this to the rest of the world, before moving on to the myriad of possible threats facing governments and intelligence services, from organised crime and terrorism to cyber-threats and failed states. Part Two: Responses looks at the interaction between governments and other agencies in response to a threat, how that framework functions and is organized, as well as the action or response taken. Finally, Part Three: Strategies offers a range of considerations for the future, including making a case for military restructuring, discussing domestic policies regarding radicalisation and other internal security issues, and the building of partnerships with the EU and the rest of the world, as well as within current international organizations, such as the UN and NATO. Throughout, the book presents opinions from leading figures across the agencies, including the National Security Council and members of ACPO, as well as case studies and suggestions for further investigation.
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In this dissertation I had explored so many different methods of building HoneyNet. Outside these methods, I look in-depth details on the UML and VMware. This dissertation illustrates tell the steps which are compulsory in inventing a HoneyPot machine. Moreover it also tells that what are the thing an administrator must watch out whilst building a HoneyPot, for example; UML fingerprinting, and VMware and security issues. I had also, demonstrated the monitoring techniques and methods to test develop. I was also clarifying the various techniques of fingerprinting that an intruder might be use for to conclude that if it is a virtual system. In addition, it also demonstrates the various ways to countermeasure fingerprinting. Therefore, making the intruder in thinking that he/she attacking on the real system. Security issues are also talk about in this dissertation. To stop the intruder from exploiting the HoneyPot system and using the system to attack on the different networks, I utilized a firewall. Also, by installing a firewall to defend the other networks. On the other hand, it is also feasible for a firewall to defend the host OS from the attacker’s within the HoneyPot system.
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2016 Computer Security Procedures documents the latest in computer and network security procedures.
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US Marine Risks Life in Prison to Expose a Cybercrime that Consumers Know Nothing About. In Cyber Fraud: The Web of Lies, cybersecurity expert Bryan Seely exposes a criminal underworld that has taken root and spread all over the globe. These criminals have set up shop in every city in the United States, and most major cities on 6 continents and hide behind consumer ignorance. Bryan Seely began his quest to expose this system of fraud in late 2013 and in February of 2014, demonstrated a flaw on Google Maps that these criminals use to commit these crimes. To prove his point, he Wiretapped the Secret Service in Washington, D.C. and the FBI in San Francisco. Yes, he actually intercepted calls to the Secret Service and FBI. In Cyber Fraud, Bryan details everything about the scam and recounts his experience fighting to expose these criminals. Learn what you can do to protect yourself so you don’t become one of the millions of victims worldwide.