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Table of Contents

Part I Overview of System and Network Security: A Comprehensive Introduction
Chapter 1 Building a Secure Organization
1.1 Obstacles To Security
1.2 Ten Steps To Building A Secure Organization 
1.3 Don’t Forget The Basics
1.4 Preparing For The Building Of Security Control Assessments
1.5 Summary
1.6 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
1.7 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 2 A Cryptography Primer
2.1 What Is Cryptography? What Is Encryption?
2.2 Famous Cryptographic Devices
2.3 Ciphers
2.4 Modern Cryptography
2.5 The Computer Age
2.6 How Aes Works
2.7 Selecting Cryptography: The Process
2.8 Summary
2.9 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
2.9 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 3 Detecting System Intrusions
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Monitoring Key Files In The System 
3.3 Security Objectives
3.4 0day Attacks
3.5 Good Known State
3.6 Rootkits
3.7 Low Hanging Fruit
3.8 Antivirus Software
3.9 Homegrown Intrusion Detection
3.10 Full Packet Capture Devices
3.11 Out Of Band Attack Vectors
3.12 Security Awareness Training
3.13 Data Correlation
3.14 Siem
3.15 Other Weird Stuff On The System 
3.16 Detection
3.17 Network-Based Detection Of System Intrusions (Dsis)
3.18 Summary
3.19 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
3.20 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 4 Preventing System Intrusions
4.1 So, What Is An Intrusion?
4.2 Sobering Numbers
4.3 Know Your Enemy: Hackers Versus Crackers
4.4 Motives
4.5 The Crackers’ Tools Of The Trade
4.6 Bots
4.7 Symptoms Of Intrusions 
4.8 What Can You Do?
4.9 Security Policies
4.10 Risk Analysis
4.11 Tools Of Your Trade
4.12 Controlling User Access
4.13 Intrusion Prevention Capabilities
4.14 Summary
4.15 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
4.16 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 5 Guarding Against Network Intrusions
5.1 Traditional Reconnaissance And Attacks
5.2 Malicious Software
5.3 Defense In Depth
5.4 Preventive Measures
5.5 Intrusion Monitoring And Detection
5.6 Reactive Measures
5.7 Network-Based Intrusion Protection
5.6 Summary
5.7 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
5.8 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 6 Securing Cloud Computing Systems
6.1 Cloud Computing Essentials: Examining The Cloud Layers
6.2 Software As A Service (Saas): Managing Risks In The Cloud 
6.3 Platform As A Service (Paas): Securing The Platform 
6.4 Infrastructure As A Service (Iaas)
6.5 Leveraging Provider-Specific Security Options 
6.6 Achieving Security In A Private Cloud 
6.7 Meeting Compliance Requirements
6.8 Preparing For Disaster Recovery 
6.9 Summary
6.10 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
6.11 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 7 Fault Tolerance And Resilience In Cloud Computing Environments
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Cloud Computing Fault Model 
7.3 Basic Concepts On Fault Tolerance 
7.4 Different Levels Of Fault Tolerance In Cloud Computing 
7.5 Fault Tolerance Against Crash Failures In Cloud Computing
7.6 Fault Tolerance Against Byzantine Failures In Cloud Computing
7.7 Fault Tolerance As A Service In Cloud Computing 
7.8 Summary
7.9 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises 
7.10 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 8 Securing Web Applications, Services And Servers
8.1 Setting The Stage
8.2 Basic Security For Http Applications And Services 
8.3 Basic Security For Soap Services
8.4 Identity Management And Web Services
8.5 Authorization Patterns
8.6 Security Considerations
8.7 Challenges
8.8 Summary
8.9 Chapter Review Questions/Exercisesamp;Nbsp; 
8.10 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 9 Unix And Linux Security
9.1 Unix And Security
9.2 Basic Unix Security Overview
9.3 Achieving Unix Security
9.4 Protecting User Accounts And Strengthening Authentication
9.5 Limiting Superuser Privileges
9.6 Securing Local And Network File Systems
9.7 Network Configuration
9.8 Additional Resources
9.9 Improving The Security Of Linux And Unix Systems
9.10 Summary
9.11 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
9.12 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 10 Eliminating The Security Weakness Of Linux And Unix Operating Systems
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Hardening Linux And Unix
10.3 Proactive Defense For Linux And Unix
10.4 Summary
10.5 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
10.6 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 11 Internet Security
11.1 Internet Protocol Architecture
11.2 An Internet Threat Model
11.3 Defending Against Attacks On The Internet
11.4 Internet Security Checklist
11.5 Summary
11.6 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
11.7 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 12 The Botnet Problem
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Botnet Overview
12.3 Typical Bot Life Cycle
12.4 The Botnet Business Model
12.5 Botnet Defense
12.6 Botmaster Traceback
12.7 Preventing Botnets
12.8 Summary
12.9 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
12.10 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 13 Intranet Security
13.1 Smartphones amp;Amp; TTablets In The Intranet
13.2 Security Considerations
13.3 Plugging The Gaps: Nac And Access Control 
13.4 Measuring Risk: Audits
13.5 Guardian At The Gate: Authentication And Encryption
13.6 Wireless Network Security
13.7 Shielding The Wire: Network Protection 
13.8 Weakest Link In Security: User Training 
13.9 Documenting The Network: Change Management 
13.10 Rehearse The InevitTable: Disaster Recovery 
13.11 Controlling Hazards: Physical And Environmental Protection 
13.12 Know Your Users: Personnel Security 
13.13 Protecting Data Flow: Information And System Integrity 
13.14 Security Assessments
13.15 Risk Assessments
13.16 Intranet Security Checklist
13.17 Summary
13.18 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
13.19 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 14 Local Area Network Security
14.1 Identify Network Threats
14.2 Establish Network Access Controls
14.3 Risk Assessment
14.4 Listing Network Resources
14.5 Threats
14.6 Security Policies
14.7 The Incident-Handling Process
14.8 Secure Design Through Network Access Controls
14.9 Ids Defined
14.10 Nids: Scope And Limitations
14.11 A Practical Illustration Of Nids
14.12 Firewalls
14.13 Dynamic Nat Configuration
14.14 The Perimeter
14.15 Access List Details
14.16 Types Of Firewalls
14.17 Packet Filtering: Ip Filtering Routers
14.18 Application-Layer Firewalls: Proxy Servers
14.19 Stateful Inspectio Firewalls
14.20 Nids Complements Firewalls
14.21 Monitor And Analyze System Activities
14.22 Signature Analysis
14.23 Statistical Analysis
14.24 Signature Algorithms
14.25 Summary
14.26 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
14.27 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 15 Wireless Network Security
15.1 Cellular Networks
15.2 Wireless Ad Hoc Networks 
15.3 Security Protocols 
15.4 Wep
15.5 Wpa And Wpa2
15.6 Spins: Security Protocols For Sensor Networks
15.7 Secure Routing
15.8 Sead
15.9 Aran
15.10 Slsp
15.11 Key Establishment
15.12 Ing
15.13 Management Countermeasures 
15.14 Summary
15.15 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
15.16 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 16 Wireless Sensor Network Security
16.1 Introduction To Wireless Sensor Network (Wsn)
16.2 Summary
16.3 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
16.4 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 17 Cellular Network Security
17.1 Introduction To Wireless Sensor Network (Wsn)
17.2 Overview Of Cellular Networks 
17.3 The State Of The Art Of Cellular Network Security 
17.4 Cellular Network Attack Taxonomy 
17.5 Cellular Network Vulnerability Analysis
17.6 (Acat) 
17.7 (Ecat)
17.8 Summary
17.9 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
17.10 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 18 Rfid Security
18.1 Rfid Introduction 
18.2 Rfid Challenges 
18.3 Rfid Protections 
18.4 Summary
18.5 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
18.6 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 19 Optical Network Security
19.1 Optical Networks
19.2 Securing Optical Networks
19.3 Identify Vulnerabilities 
19.4 Corrective Actions
19.5 Summary
19.6 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
19.7 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 20 Optical Wireless Security
20.1 Optical Wireless Systems Overview 
20.2 Deployment Architectures
20.3 High Bandwidth 
20.4 Low Cost
20.5 Implementation
20.6 Surface Area
20.7 Summary
20.8 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
20.9 Optional Team Case Project
Part Ii Managing Information Security
Chapter 21 Information Security Essentials For It Managers: Protecting Mission-Critical Systems
21.1 Information Security Essentials For It Managers
21.2 Overview
21.3 Protecting Mission-Critical Systems
21.4 Information Security From The Ground Up
21.5 Security Monitoring And Effectiveness 
21.6 Summary
21.7 Chapter Review Questions/Exercises
21.8 Optional Team Case Project
Chapter 22 Security Management Systems