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Incident Response free pdf Seventy percent of businesses reported security breaches in 2000, and the rate is on the rise. This text shows how to be able to tell whether an incident is an attack or a glitch in the system, how to assess the possible damage from an incident, and how to create a plan for exactly what to do before, during, and after an incident. The authors of "Incident Response" guide the reader through both the technical and administrative details of effective incident response planning as they describe: what incident response is, and the problems of distinguishing real risk from perceived risk- the different types of incident response teams, and advantages and disadvantages of each- planning and establishing an incident response team- the state of the Hack information about different types of attacks- recommendations and details about available tools for incident response teams- and resources available to incident response teams. Whatever the size or purpose of the organization, this book shows how to put in place a planned, efficient and business-like incident-response process.

About Kenneth R. van Wyk

Kenneth R. van Wyk is an internationally known incident response and anti-virus expert and an active member of the computer security community. He has worked on and managed numerous incident response teams including Carnegie Mellon University's famous CERT/CC, the U.S. Department of Defense's ASSIST incident response team, and SAIC. He is cofounder and chief technology officer for Para-Protect, Inc., a company that specializes in incident response and other operational security services. Richard Forno is a recognized security professional and coauthor of The Art of Information Warfare. He has held high-profile security positions at major companies and government organizations- he helped establish the first incident response team for the United States House of Representatives and provided advisory support to offices of the Department of Defense on information warfare. He is the cofounder of G2-Forward, a prominent information analysis and distribution service supporting the military intelligence and law enforcement communities. In 1998, he became the chief security officer for Network Solutions (the InterNIC), the company responsible for developing and operating the Internet Shared Registry System.

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Author : Kenneth R. van Wyk
Publisher : O'Reilly Media, Inc, USA
Data Published : 06 August 2001
ISBN : 0596001304
EAN : 9780596001308
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 215 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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