Reverse Deception Organized Cyber Threat Counter-Exploitation

Reverse Deception Organized Cyber Threat Counter-Exploitation

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By (author) Sean M. Bodmer, By (author) Max Kilger, By (author) Gregory S. Carpenter, By (author) Jeff R. Jones, By (author) Jade Jones

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  • Publisher: Osborne/McGraw-Hill
  • Format: Paperback | 464 pages
  • Dimensions: 185mm x 231mm x 28mm | 771g
  • Publication date: 1 August 2012
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 0071772499
  • ISBN 13: 9780071772495
  • Illustrations note: ill
  • Sales rank: 470,963

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In-depth counterintelligence tactics to fight cyber-espionage "A comprehensive and unparalleled overview of the topic by experts in the field."--Slashdot Expose, pursue, and prosecute the perpetrators of advanced persistent threats (APTs) using the tested security techniques and real-world case studies featured in this one-of-a-kind guide. Reverse Deception: Organized Cyber Threat Counter-Exploitation shows how to assess your network's vulnerabilities, zero in on targets, and effectively block intruders. Discover how to set up digital traps, misdirect and divert attackers, configure honeypots, mitigate encrypted crimeware, and identify malicious software groups. The expert authors provide full coverage of legal and ethical issues, operational vetting, and security team management. Establish the goals and scope of your reverse deception campaign Identify, analyze, and block APTs Engage and catch nefarious individuals and their organizations Assemble cyber-profiles, incident analyses, and intelligence reports Uncover, eliminate, and autopsy crimeware, trojans, and botnets Work with intrusion detection, anti-virus, and digital forensics tools Employ stealth honeynet, honeypot, and sandbox technologies Communicate and collaborate with legal teams and law enforcement

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Sean M. Bodmer, CISSP, CEH, is Chief Researcher of Counter-Exploitation Intelligence at CounterTack, Inc. a next generation endpoint security firm. He analyzes and tracks thousands of strings of network activity each week, scanning for malicious activity and focuses on attribution of each criminal and campaign. Sean is a frequent speaker on network security concepts and practices, including at DoD conferences, and has been invited to speak and train cyber counterintelligence courses around the world. He's the co-author of Hacking Exposed: Malware & Rootkits. Max Kilger, Ph.D., is specialist in profiling and behavioral analysis of the black hat community and hackers. He is a founding member of the Honeynet Project, is currently on their board of directors, and serves as their chief membership officer and chief profiler. Dr. Kilger is a frequent national and international speaker to the intelligence community, military, federal law enforcement, and information security forums. He received his doctorate from Stanford University in Social Psychology in 1993. Gregory Carpenter, CISM, is the owner of Gregory Carpenter Enterprises LLC. Previous positions include Counterintelligence Team Leader at the Army Research Laboratory, Senior Combat Developer for Army Cyber Command a span of several years at the National Security Agency / Central Security Service as a detailed military officer: Action Officer in the Information Warfare Support Center, Chief of the Global Team in the Tailored Military Planning Office, Chief of Space Operations and Functional Team Lead for Electronic Warfare in the Combined Military Planning and Access Strategies Office. Prior to that, Mr. Carpenter worked as the Technology Plans Officer at the Joint Task Force for Global Network Operations and served as the Executive Officer of the Army Material Commands G2 (Intelligence & Security) office. In his 27 year military career, he served in several capacities in the Infantry, Logistics, Medical Service and Military Intelligence branches. Jade Jones, JD, has 15 years practice experience. Areas of expertise include Information Operations and Space Law. He is a civilian with the Department of Defense and a Navy JAG Commander in the Reserves.

Table of contents

Ch 1. Introduction Ch 2. Deception Throughout History to Today Ch 3. The Applications & Goals of Cyber Counterintelligence Ch 4. The Missions and Outcomes of Criminal Profiling Ch 5. Legal & Ethical Aspects of Deception Ch 6. Attack Tradecraft Ch 7. Operational Deception Ch 8. Tools, Tactics & Procedures Ch 9. Attack Attribution Ch 10. Black Hat Motivators Ch 11. Understanding Advanced Persistent Threats Ch 12. When To & When Not To Act Ch 13. Implementation & Validation Tactics References Appendices