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📒Cybersecurity ✍ Peter W. Singer
✏Cybersecurity Book Summary : An authoritative, single-volume introduction to cybersecurity addresses topics ranging from phishing and electrical-grid takedowns to cybercrime and online freedom, sharing illustrative anecdotes to explain how cyberspace security works and what everyday people can do to protect themselves. Simultaneous.
📒Cybersecurity ✍ Lester Evans
✏Cybersecurity Book Summary : Do you create tons of accounts you will never again visit? Do you get annoyed thinking up new passwords, so you just use the same one across all your accounts? Does your password contain a sequence of numbers, such as "123456"? This book will show you just how incredibly lucky you are that nobody's hacked you before.
📒Cybersecurity For Scada Systems ✍ William T. Shaw
✏Cybersecurity for SCADA Systems Book Summary : SCADA technology quietly operates in the background of critical utility and industrial facilities nationwide. "Cybersecurity for SCADA Systems" provides a high-level overview of this unique technology, with an explanation of each market segment. Readers will understand the vital issues, and learn strategies for decreasing or eliminating system vulnerabilities.
📒Ai In Cybersecurity ✍ Leslie F. Sikos
✏AI in Cybersecurity Book Summary : This book presents a collection of state-of-the-art AI approaches to cybersecurity and cyberthreat intelligence, offering strategic defense mechanisms for malware, addressing cybercrime, and assessing vulnerabilities to yield proactive rather than reactive countermeasures. The current variety and scope of cybersecurity threats far exceed the capabilities of even the most skilled security professionals. In addition, analyzing yesterday’s security incidents no longer enables experts to predict and prevent tomorrow’s attacks, which necessitates approaches that go far beyond identifying known threats. Nevertheless, there are promising avenues: complex behavior matching can isolate threats based on the actions taken, while machine learning can help detect anomalies, prevent malware infections, discover signs of illicit activities, and protect assets from hackers. In turn, knowledge representation enables automated reasoning over network data, helping achieve cybersituational awareness. Bringing together contributions by high-caliber experts, this book suggests new research directions in this critical and rapidly growing field.
📒Cybersecurity ✍ Gregory C. Wilshusen
✏Cybersecurity Book Summary : In response to the ongoing threats to federal systems and operations posed by cyber attacks, Pres. Bush established the Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative (CNCI) in 2008. This initiative consists of a set of projects aimed at reducing vulnerabilities, protecting against intrusions, and anticipating future threats. This report determined: (1) what actions have been taken to develop interagency mechanisms to plan and coordinate CNCI activities; and (2) what challenges CNCI faces in achieving its objectives related to securing federal information systems. To do this, the report reviewed CNCI plans, policies, and other documentation and interviewed officials at OMB, DHS, and the ODNI, among other agencies. Charts and tables.
📒Cybersecurity ✍ Catherine A. Theohary
✏Cybersecurity Book Summary : Increasing focus on current cyber threats to fed. info. technology systems, nonfederal critical info. infrastructure, and other nonfederal systems has led to numerous legislative cybersecurity proposals and exec. branch initiatives. In May 2009, the Obama Admin. declared that U.S. info. networks would be treated as a strategic national asset. Contents of this report: (1) Intro.; (2) Difficulties in Addressing Cybersecurity Issues: Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency; The Comprehensive Nat. Cybersecurity Initiative; Obama Admin. Cyberspace Policy Review; Common Themes of Recent Cybersecurity Initiatives; Representative Sampling of Preexisting Exec. Branch Programs and Initiatives; (3) Considerations and Options for Congress.
📒Data Science In Cybersecurity And Cyberthreat Intelligence ✍ Leslie F. Sikos
✏Data Science in Cybersecurity and Cyberthreat Intelligence Book Summary : This book presents a collection of state-of-the-art approaches to utilizing machine learning, formal knowledge bases and rule sets, and semantic reasoning to detect attacks on communication networks, including IoT infrastructures, to automate malicious code detection, to efficiently predict cyberattacks in enterprises, to identify malicious URLs and DGA-generated domain names, and to improve the security of mHealth wearables. This book details how analyzing the likelihood of vulnerability exploitation using machine learning classifiers can offer an alternative to traditional penetration testing solutions. In addition, the book describes a range of techniques that support data aggregation and data fusion to automate data-driven analytics in cyberthreat intelligence, allowing complex and previously unknown cyberthreats to be identified and classified, and countermeasures to be incorporated in novel incident response and intrusion detection mechanisms.
📒Cyber Security ✍ James Andrew Lewis
✏Cyber Security Book Summary : "This volume looks at the challenges of cyberspace in an interdependent world and at the need for new, cooperative modes of governance to build cyber security. Making networks and critical infrastructure secure requires competent domestic strategies. But it also requires a willingness among governments to take the lead in supporting one another through effective legal structures and agreements such as the Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime. The authors explore informal and formal bilateral and multilateral approaches to transnational cooperation on cyber security and examine the elements needed for success."--BOOK JACKET.
📒Cybersecurity For Dummies ✍ Joseph Steinberg
✏Cybersecurity For Dummies Book Summary : Protect your business and family against cyber attacks Cybersecurity is the protection against the unauthorized or criminal use of electronic data and the practice of ensuring the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of information. Being "cyber-secure" means that a person or organization has both protected itself against attacks by cyber criminals and other online scoundrels, and ensured that it has the ability to recover if it is attacked. If keeping your business or your family safe from cybersecurity threats is on your to-do list, Cybersecurity For Dummies will introduce you to the basics of becoming cyber-secure! You’ll learn what threats exist, and how to identify, protect against, detect, and respond to these threats, as well as how to recover if you have been breached! The who and why of cybersecurity threats Basic cybersecurity concepts What to do to be cyber-secure Cybersecurity careers What to think about to stay cybersecure in the future Now is the time to identify vulnerabilities that may make you a victim of cyber-crime — and to defend yourself before it is too late.
📒Cybersecurity The Essential Body Of Knowledge ✍ Dan Shoemaker
✏Cybersecurity The Essential Body Of Knowledge Book Summary : CYBERSECURITY: THE ESSENTIAL BODY OF KNOWLEDGE provides a comprehensive, trustworthy framework of practices for assuring information security. This book is organized to help readers understand how the various roles and functions within cybersecurity practice can be combined and leveraged to produce a secure organization. In this unique book, concepts are not presented as stagnant theory; instead, the content is interwoven in a real world adventure story that runs throughout. In the story, a fictional company experiences numerous pitfalls of cyber security and the reader is immersed in the everyday practice of securing the company through various characters' efforts. This approach grabs learners' attention and assists them in visualizing the application of the content to real-world issues that they will face in their professional life. Derived from the Department of Homeland Security's Essential Body of Knowledge (EBK) for IT Security, this book is an indispensable resource dedicated to understanding the framework, roles, and competencies involved with information security. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.