This book argues that Network Centric Warfare (NCW) influences how developed militaries operate in the same fashion that an operating system influences the development of computer software.
It examines three inter-related issues: the overwhelming military power of the United States; the growing influence of NCW on military thinking; and the centrality of coalition operations in modern military endeavours. Irrespective of terrorist threats and local insurgencies, the present international structure is remarkably stable – none of the major powers seeks to alter the system from its present liberal character, as demonstrated by the lack of a military response to US military primacy. This primacy privileges the American military doctrine and thus the importance of NCW, which promises a future of rapid, precise, and highly efficient operations, but also a future predicated on the ‘digitization’ of the battle space. Participation in future American-led military endeavours will require coalition partners to be networked: ‘interoperability’ will therefore be a key consideration of a partner’s strategic worth.
Network Centric Warfare and Coalition Operations will be of great interest to students of strategic studies, international security, US foreign policy and international relations in general.
The realistic portrayals of researching, developing, and ultimately defending the Internet from a malicious “Zero-Day” attack will appeal to every corner of the IT community. Although finctional, the numerous accounts of real events and references to real people will ring true with every member of the security community. This book will also satisfy those not on the “inside” of this community, who are fascinated by the real tactics and motives of criminal, malicous hackers and those who defent the Internet from them.
* The realistic portrayals of researching, developing, and ultimately defending the Internet from a malicious “Zero-Day” attack will appeal to every corner of the IT community.
* This book will entertain, educate, and enlighten the security and IT community about the world of elite security professionals who safeguard the Internet from the most dangerous cyber criminals and terrorists.
* Although finctional, the numerous accounts of real events and references to real people will ring true with every member of the security community.
The Tableau T35u USB 3.0 Forensic IDE/SATA Bridge supports write-blocked, forensic acquisitions of both SATA and IDE storage devices through a fast USB 3.0 host connection. The T35u offers forensic examiners the ease of use, reliability, and imaging speed necessary to image today's larger and faster hard-disk drives – in both lab or field environments.
Research Methods for Cyber Security teaches the needed scientific methods for generating impactful theories, adding critical rigor to the cyber security field.
Research Methods for Cyber Security begins by showing how cyber security fits amongst other scientific fields. The book shows how to develop a research plan, beginning with starting research with a question, then offers a detailed description of the five approaches to cyber security research; formal theoretical, study, hypothetico-deductive, predictive modeling, and applied research. Each approach concludes with recommended outlines and suggested templates for submission to peer reviewed venues. The book concludes with addressing solutions to key cross-cutting issues within cyber security research.
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This highly anticipated print collection gathers articles published in the much-loved International Journal of Proof-of-Concept or Get The Fuck Out.
PoC||GTFO follows in the tradition of Phrack and Uninformed by publishing on the subjects of offensive security research, reverse engineering, and file format internals. Until now, the journal has only been available online or printed and distributed for free at hacker conferences worldwide.
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