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Introduces aspects on security threats and their countermeasures in both fixed and wireless networks, advising on how countermeasures can provide secure communication infrastructures. Enables the reader to understand the risks of inappropriate network security, what mechanisms and protocols can be deployed to counter these risks, and how these mechanisms and protocols work.
Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The latest Web app attacks and countermeasures from world-renowned practitionersProtect your Web applications from malicious attacks by mastering the weapons and thought processes of today's hacker. Written by recognized security practitioners and thought leaders, Hacking Exposed Web Applications, Third Edition is fully updated to cover new infiltration methods and countermeasures. Find out how to reinforce authentication and authorization, plug holes in Firefox and IE, reinforce against injection attacks, and secure Web 2.0 features. Integrating security into the Web development lifecycle (SDL) and into the broader enterprise information security program is also covered in this comprehensive resource. Get full details on the hacker's footprinting, scanning, and profiling tools, including SHODAN, Maltego, and OWASP DirBuster See new exploits of popular platforms like Sun Java System Web Server and Oracle WebLogic in operation Understand how attackers defeat commonly used Web authentication technologies See how real-world session attacks leak sensitive data and how to fortify your applications Learn the most devastating methods used in today's hacks, including SQL injection, XSS, XSRF, phishing, and XML injection techniques Find and fix vulnerabilities in ASP.NET, PHP, and J2EE execution environments Safety deploy XML, social networking, cloud computing, and Web 2.0 services Defend against RIA, Ajax, UGC, and browser-based, client-side exploits Implement scalable threat modeling, code review, application scanning, fuzzing, and security testing procedures
The Laboratory Manual to Accompany Security Strategies in Web Applications and Social Networking is the lab companion to the Information Systems and Security Series title, Security Strategies in Web Applications and Social Networking. It provides hands-on exercises using the Jones & Bartlett Learning Virtual Security Cloud Labs, that provide real-world experience with measurable learning outcomes. About the Series: Visit www.issaseries.com for a complete look at the series! The Jones & Bartlett Learning Information System & Assurance Series delivers fundamental IT security principles packed with real-world applications and examples for IT Security, Cybersecurity, Information Assurance, and Information Systems Security programs. Authored by Certified Information Systems Security Professionals (CISSPs), and reviewed by leading technical experts in the field, these books are current forward-thinking resources that enable readers to solve the cybersecurity challenges of today and tomorrow.
This book targets the key concern of protecting critical infrastructures such as smart grids. It explains various static and dynamic security analysis techniques that can automatically verify smart grid security and resiliency and identify potential attacks in a proactive manner. This book includes three main sections. The first presents the idea of formally verifying the compliance of smart grid configurations with the security and resiliency guidelines. It provides a formal framework that verifies the compliance of the advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) configurations with the security and resiliency requirements, and generates remediation plans for potential security violations. The second section covers the formal verification of the security and resiliency of smart grid control systems by using a formal model to analyze attack evasions on state estimation, a core control module of the supervisory control system in smart grids. The model identifies attack vectors that can compromise state estimation. This section also covers risk mitigation techniques that synthesize proactive security plans that make such attacks infeasible. The last part of the book discusses the dynamic security analysis for smart grids. It shows that AMI behavior can be modeled using event logs collected at smart collectors, which in turn can be verified using the specification invariants generated from the configurations of the AMI devices. Although the focus of this book is smart grid security and resiliency, the included formal analytics are generic enough to be extended to other cyber-physical systems, especially those related to industrial control systems (ICS). Therefore, industry professionals and academic researchers will find this book an exceptional resource to learn theoretical and practical aspects of applying formal methods for the protection of critical infrastructures.
Safeguard your internet security by just saying Nyet! to piles of sticky notes. Do you always forget your passwords because your memory has gone to pot? Do you squirrel away scraps of cryptic notes with passwords and logins that only you understand-but then later you don't have a clue what they're for? Are you worried about hackers? The Russians? North Korea? Or even our own government? We hear you. This simple, organized way to keep track of web addresses, usernames, logins, and passwords will solve all your problems. (Okay, not all.) But here's what it can do: Alphabetical sections for an easy web address search Handy size to discreetly tuck away at home Extra pages to track additional information such as software notes or equipment network settings. Notes pages for-whatever! The Trump Internet Password Logbook is ready to bug out when you do-because you just don't know who you can trust.
This book presents recent research in the recognition of vulnerabilities of national systems and assets which gained special attention for the Critical Infrastructures in the last two decades. The book concentrates on R&D activities in the relation of Critical Infrastructures focusing on enhancing the performance of services as well as the level of security. The objectives of the book are based on a project entitled "Critical Infrastructure Protection Researches" (TAMOP-4.2.1.B-11/2/KMR-2011-0001) which concentrated on innovative UAV solutions, robotics, cybersecurity, surface engineering, and mechatornics and technologies providing safe operations of essential assets. This report is summarizing the methodologies and efforts taken to fulfill the goals defined. The project has been performed by the consortium of the Obuda University and the National University of Public Service.
Guide to Optimal Operational Risk and Basel II presents the key aspects of operational risk management that are also aligned with the Basel II requirements. This volume provides detailed guidance for the design and implementation of an efficient operational risk management system. It contains all elements of assessment, including operational risk identification, measurement, modeling, and monitoring analysis, along with evaluation analysis and the estimation of capital requirements. The authors also address the managing and controlling of operational risks including operational risk profiling, risk optimization, cost & optimal resource allocation, decision-making, and design of optimal risk policies. Divided into four parts, this book begins by introducing the idea of operational risks and how they affect financial organizations. This section also focuses on the main aspects of managing operational risks. The second part focuses on the requirements of an operational risk management framework according to the Basel II Accord. The third part focuses on all stages of operational risk assessment, and the fourth part focuses on the control and management stages. All of these stages combine to implement efficient and optimal operational risk management systems.
Digital pirates, particularly in China, steal and resell hundreds of billions of dollars worth of intellectual property each year. CRACK99 is an edge-of-the-seat account of the United States Justice Department's prosecution of the biggest cybercriminal operation to date. On a cheesy website called CRACK99, Xiang Li sold everything from satellite tracking and aviation simulation to communications systems design software for knock-down prices. When David Locke Hall and his team started buying CRACK99's products, the hunt for this elusive pirate began. After earning Xiang's trust, Hall's team met Xiang on Saipan, where the sting was nearly foiled before Xiang was captured, flown to the US and prosecuted. An eye-opening look at the dark side of cybercrime and the chilling consequences for technology and national security, CRACK99 reads like a caper-only it's true in every riveting detail.
This, the 26th issue of the Transactions on Computational Science journal, is comprised of ten extended versions of selected papers from the International Conference on Cyberworlds 2014, held in Santander, Spain, in June 2014. The topics covered include areas of virtual reality, games, social networks, haptic modeling, cybersecurity, and applications in education and arts.
PART OF THE NEW JONES & BARTLETT LEARNING INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY & ASSURANCE SERIES! Hacker Techniques, Tools, and Incident Handling begins with an examination of the landscape, key terms, and concepts that a security professional needs to know about hackers and computer criminals who break into networks, steal information, and corrupt data. It goes on to review the technical overview of hacking: how attacks target networks and the methodology they follow. The final section studies those methods that are most effective when dealing with hacking attacks, especially in an age of increased reliance on the Web. Written by a subject matter expert with numerous real-world examples, Hacker Techniques, Tools, and Incident Handling provides readers with a clear, comprehensive introduction to the many threats on our Internet environment and security and what can be done to combat them.
This SpringerBrief covers modeling and analysis of Denial-of-Service attacks in emerging wireless and mobile applications. It uses an application-specific methodology to model and evaluate denial-of-service attacks. Three emerging applications are explored: multi-modal CSMA/CA networks, time-critical networks for the smart grid, and smart phone applications. The authors define a new performance metric to quantify the benefits of backoff misbehavior and show the impacts of a wide range of backoff mishandling nodes on the network performance, and propose a scheme to minimize the delay of time-critical message delivery under jamming attacks in smart grid applications. An investigation on the resilience of mobile services against malware attacks is included to advance understanding of network vulnerabilities associated with emerging wireless networks and offers instrumental guidance into the security design for future wireless and mobile applications. This book is appropriate for students, faculty, engineers, and experts in the technical area of wireless communication, mobile networks and cyber security.
This volume, the 23rd issue of Transactions on Large-Scale Data- and Knowledge-Centered Systems,focuses on information and security engineering. It contains five revised and extended papers selected from the proceedings of the First International Conference on Future Data and Security Engineering, FDSE 2014, held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, November 19-21, 2014. The titles of the five papers are as follows: A Natural Language Processing Tool for White Collar Crime Investigation; Data Leakage Analysis of the Hibernate Query Language on a Propositional Formulae Domain; An Adaptive Similarity Search in Massive Datasets; Semantic Attack on anonymized Transactions; and Private Indexes for Mixed Encrypted Databases.
Welcome to cyberspace - where all your computing and connection needs are on demand, and where security threats have never been more massive.A world without the advantages and convenience provided by cyberspace and the internet of things is now unimaginable. But do we truly grasp the threats to this massive, interconnected system? And do we really understand how to secure it? After all, cyber security is no longer just a technology problem; the effort to secure systems and society are now one and the same.This book discusses cyber security and cyber policy in an effort to improve the use and acceptance of security services. It argues that a substantive dialogue around cyberspace, cyber security and cyber policy is critical to a better understanding of the serious security issues we face.
This book describes the life cycle process of IP cores, from specification to production, including IP modeling, verification, optimization, and protection. Various trade-offs in the design process are discussed, including those associated with many of the most common memory cores, controller IPs and system-on-chip (SoC) buses. Readers will also benefit from the author's practical coverage of new verification methodologies. such as bug localization, UVM, and scan-chain. A SoC case study is presented to compare traditional verification with the new verification methodologies. Discusses the entire life cycle process of IP cores, from specification to production, including IP modeling, verification, optimization, and protection; Introduce a deep introduction for Verilog for both implementation and verification point of view. Demonstrates how to use IP in applications such as memory controllers and SoC buses. Describes a new verification methodology called bug localization; Presents a novel scan-chain methodology for RTL debugging; Enables readers to employ UVM methodology in straightforward, practical terms.
Security for Multihop Wireless Networks provides broad coverage of the security issues facing multihop wireless networks. Presenting the work of a different group of expert contributors in each chapter, it explores security in mobile ad hoc networks, wireless sensor networks, wireless mesh networks, and personal area networks. Detailing technologies and processes that can help you secure your wireless networks, the book covers cryptographic coprocessors, encryption, authentication, key management, attacks and countermeasures, secure routing, secure medium access control, intrusion detection, epidemics, security performance analysis, and security issues in applications. It identifies vulnerabilities in the physical, MAC, network, transport, and application layers and details proven methods for strengthening security mechanisms in each layer. The text explains how to deal with black hole attacks in mobile ad hoc networks and describes how to detect misbehaving nodes in vehicular ad hoc networks. It identifies a pragmatic and energy efficient security layer for wireless sensor networks and covers the taxonomy of security protocols for wireless sensor communications. Exploring recent trends in the research and development of multihop network security, the book outlines possible defenses against packet-dropping attacks in wireless multihop ad hoc networks.Complete with expectations for the future in related areas, this is an ideal reference for researchers, industry professionals, and academics. Its comprehensive coverage also makes it suitable for use as a textbook in graduate-level electrical engineering programs.
Faced with the compliance requirements of increasingly punitive information and privacy-related regulation, as well as the proliferation of complex threats to information security, there is an urgent need for organizations to adopt IT governance best practice. IT Governance is a key international resource for managers in organizations of all sizes and across industries, and deals with the strategic and operational aspects of information security. Now in its seventh edition, the bestselling IT Governance provides guidance for companies looking to protect and enhance their information security management systems (ISMS) and protect themselves against cyber threats. The new edition covers changes in global regulation, particularly GDPR, and updates to standards in the ISO/IEC 27000 family, BS 7799-3:2017 (information security risk management) plus the latest standards on auditing. It also includes advice on the development and implementation of an ISMS that will meet the ISO 27001 specification and how sector-specific standards can and should be factored in. With information on risk assessments, compliance, equipment and operations security, controls against malware and asset management, IT Governance is the definitive guide to implementing an effective information security management and governance system.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Ubiquitous Networking, UNet 2017, held in Casablanca, Morocco, in May 2017. The 56 full papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 127 submissions. They were organized in topical sections named: context-awareness and autonomy paradigms; mobile edge networking and virtualization; ubiquitous internet of things: emerging technologies and breakthroughs; and enablers, challenges and applications.
Perimeter defenses guarding your network aren't as secure as you might think. Hosts behind the firewall have no defenses of their own, so when a host in the "trusted" zone is breached, access to your data center is not far behind. This practical book introduces you to the zero trust model, a method that treats all hosts as if they're internet-facing, and considers the entire network to be compromised and hostile. Authors Evan Gilman and Doug Barth show you how zero trust lets you focus on building strong authentication, authorization, and encryption throughout, while providing compartmentalized access and better operational agility. You'll learn the architecture of a zero trust network, including how to build one using currently available technology. Understand how the zero trust model embeds security within the system's operation, rather than layering it on top Examine the fundamental concepts at play in a zero trust network, including network agents and trust engines Use existing technology to establish trust among the actors in a network Learn how to migrate from a perimeter-based network to a zero trust network in production Explore case studies of zero trust on the client side (Google) and on the server (PagerDuty)
Application vulnerabilities continue to top the list of cyber security concerns. While attackers and researchers continue to expose new application vulnerabilities, the most common application flaws are previous, rediscovered threats. For example, SQL injection and cross-site scripting (XSS) have appeared on the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) Top 10 list year after year over the past decade. This high volume of known application vulnerabilities suggests that many development teams do not have the security resources needed to address all potential security flaws and a clear shortage of qualified professionals with application security skills exists. Without action, this soft underbelly of business and governmental entities has and will continue to be exposed with serious consequences-data breaches, disrupted operations, lost business, brand damage, and regulatory fines. This is why it is essential for software professionals to stay current on the latest advances in software development and the new security threats they create. Recognized as one of the best application security tools available for professionals involved in software development, the Official (ISC)2 (R) Guide to the CSSLP (R) CBK (R), Second Edition, is both up-to-date and relevant, reflecting the latest developments in this ever-changing field and providing an intuitive approach to the CSSLP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK). It provides a robust and comprehensive study of the 8 domains of the CBK, covering everything from ensuring software security requirements are included in the software design phase to programming concepts that can effectively protect software from vulnerabilities to addressing issues pertaining to proper testing of software for security, and implementing industry standards and practices to provide a high level of assurance that the supply chain is secure-both up-stream. The book discusses the issues facing software professionals today, such as mobile app development, developing in the cloud, software supply chain risk management, and more. Numerous illustrated examples and practical exercises are included in this book to help the reader understand the concepts within the CBK and to enable them to apply these concepts in real-life situations. Endorsed by (ISC)2 and written and reviewed by CSSLPs and other (ISC)2 members, this book serves as an unrivaled study tool for the certification exam and an invaluable career reference. Earning your CSSLP is an esteemed achievement that validates your efforts in security leadership to help your organization build resilient software capable of combating the security threats of today and tomorrow.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 12th IFIP WG 11.11 International Conference on Trust Management, IFIPTM 2018, held in Toronto, ON, Canada, in July 2018. The 7 revised full papers and 3 short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 22 submissions. The papers feature both theoretical research and real-world case studies and cover the following topical areas: trust in information technology; socio-technical, economic, and sociological trust; trust and reputation management systems; identity management and trust; secure, trustworthy and privacy-aware systems; trust building in large scale systems; and trustworthyness of adaptive systems. Also included is the 2018 William Winsborough commemorative address.
GUIDE TO NETWORK SECURITY, International Edition is a wide-ranging new text that provides a detailed review of the network security field, including essential terminology, the history of the discipline, and practical techniques to manage implementation of network security solutions. It begins with an overview of information, network, and web security, emphasizing the role of data communications and encryption. The authors then explore network perimeter defense technologies and methods, including access controls, firewalls, VPNs, and intrusion detection systems, as well as applied cryptography in public key infrastructure, wireless security, and web commerce. The final section covers additional topics relevant for information security practitioners, such as assessing network security, professional careers in the field, and contingency planning. Perfect for both aspiring and active IT professionals, GUIDE TO NETWORK SECURITY, International Edition is an ideal resource for readers who want to help organizations protect critical information assets and secure their systems and networks, both by recognizing current threats and vulnerabilities, and by designing and developing the secure systems of the future.
Things you've done online: ordered a pizza, checked the weather, booked a hotel, and reconnected with long-lost friends. Now it's time to find out how these things work. Vinay Trivedi peels back the mystery of the Internet, explains it all in the simplest terms, and gives you the knowledge you need to speak confidently when the subject turns to technology. This revised second edition of How to Speak Tech employs the strategy of the popular first edition: through the narrative of setting up a fictitious startup, it introduces you to essential tech concepts. New tech topics that were added in this edition include the blockchain, augmented and virtual reality, Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence. The author's key message is: technology isn't beyond the understanding of anyone! By breaking down major tech concepts involved with a modern startup into bite-sized chapters, the author's approach helps you understand topics that aren't always explained clearly and shows you that they aren't rocket science. So go ahead, grab this book, start to "speak tech," and hold your own in any tech-related conversation! What You'll Learn Understand the basics of new and established technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), augmented and virtual reality (AR and VR), Internet of Things (IoT), software development, programming languages, databases, and more Listen intelligently and speak confidently when technologies are brought up in your business Be confident in your grasp of terms and technologies when setting up your own organization's application Who This Book Is For Students who want to understand different technologies relevant to their future careers at startups and established organizations, as well as business and other non-technical professionals who encounter and require an understanding of key technical terms and trends to succeed in their roles Reviews "Finally, a book non-techies can use to understand the technologies that are changing our lives." Paul Bottino, Executive Director, Technology and Entrepreneurship Center, Harvard University "A great book everyone can use to understand how tech startups work." Rene Reinsberg, Founder at Celo; Former VP of Emerging Products, GoDaddy "Through the simplicity of his presentation, Vinay shows that the basics of technology can be straightforwardly understood by anyone who puts in the time and effort to learn." Joseph Lassiter, Professor of Management Science, Harvard Business School and Harvard Innovation Lab
This volume illustrates the continuous arms race between attackers and defenders of the Web ecosystem by discussing a wide variety of attacks. In the first part of the book, the foundation of the Web ecosystem is briefly recapped and discussed. Based on this model, the assets of the Web ecosystem are identified, and the set of capabilities an attacker may have are enumerated. In the second part, an overview of the web security vulnerability landscape is constructed. Included are selections of the most representative attack techniques reported in great detail. In addition to descriptions of the most common mitigation techniques, this primer also surveys the research and standardization activities related to each of the attack techniques, and gives insights into the prevalence of those very attacks. Moreover, the book provides practitioners a set of best practices to gradually improve the security of their web-enabled services. Primer on Client-Side Web Security expresses insights into the future of web application security. It points out the challenges of securing the Web platform, opportunities for future research, and trends toward improving Web security.
This book presents the most interesting talks given at ISSE 2014 - the forum for the inter-disciplinary discussion of how to adequately secure electronic business processes. The reader may expect state-of-the-art: best papers of the Conference ISSE 2014.
This book constitutes the proceedings of the First International Conference on Security Standardisation Research, SSR 2014, which was held in London, UK, in December 2014. The 14 full papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 22 submissions. The papers cover a range of topics in the field of security standardisation research, including cryptographic evaluation, standards development, analysis with formal methods, potential future areas of standardisation, and improving existing standards.
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