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By John W. Rittinghouse, William M. Hancock

ISBN-10: 0080530184

ISBN-13: 9780080530185

ISBN-10: 1555583067

ISBN-13: 9781555583064

Cybersecurity Operations Handbook is the 1st publication for day-by-day operations groups who set up, function and keep more than a few protection applied sciences to guard company infrastructure. Written through specialists in safety operations, this ebook offers wide information on just about all features of day-by-day operational safeguard, asset safeguard, integrity administration, availability technique, incident reaction and different concerns that operational groups want to know to correctly run safety services in a dwell environment.
Provides a grasp record on necessary FCC top Practices and entire assurance of all severe operational approaches for assembly native land safety requirements.

• First booklet written for day-by-day operations teams
• assistance on just about all facets of day-by-day operational safety, asset safety, integrity management
• serious info for compliance with fatherland safeguard

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In Chapter 19 sample policies related to the topics covered throughout the book are provided. All of these policies are based on real-world challenges and policy needs and are immediately useful to those practitioners who need new policies in the appropriate area or have policies in need of a rewrite. Appendices A, B, and C: For those who have an interest in network security audits and network architectures, but have a limited background in audits and security, two primers are provided. As with the rest of the book, these primers are practical, useful, and relevant to operational networks as they cur- xxxvii rently exist in the real world.

Their motives may be profit, retribution for some perceived injustice, or simply entertainment or bragging rights for an act of malice. Computer fraud and theft can be committed by both company insiders and outsiders, but studies have shown that most corporate fraud is committed by company insiders. 2 In addition to the use of technology to commit fraud, computer hardware and software resources may be vulnerable to theft. Actual examples include the theft of unreleased software and storage of customer data in insecure places such as anonymous FTP accounts, so that they can be accessed and stolen by outsiders.

Today, we are subject to a vast number of virus incidents. This has generated much discussion on the issues of organizational liability and must be taken into account. Viruses are the most common case of malicious code. In today's modern computing platform, some form of antivirus software must be included in order to cope with this threat. To do otherwise can be extremely costly. In 1999, the Melissa virus was released with devastating results. Causing an estimated $80 million in damage and disrupting computer and network operations worldwide.

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