Cyber Denial, Deception and Counter Deception: A Framework for Supporting Active Cyber Defense - Advances in Information Security 64 (Paperback)Kristin E. Heckman (author), Frank J. Stech (author), Roshan K. Thomas (author), Ben Schmoker (author), Alexander W. Tsow (author)
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This book presents the first reference exposition of the Cyber-Deception Chain: a flexible planning and execution framework for creating tactical, operational, or strategic deceptions. This methodology bridges the gap between the current uncoordinated patchwork of tactical denial and deception (D&D) techniques and their orchestration in service of an organization's mission. Concepts for cyber- D&D planning operations and management are detailed within the larger organizational, business, and cyber defense context. It examines the necessity of a comprehensive, active cyber denial scheme.
The authors explain the organizational implications of integrating D&D with a legacy cyber strategy, and discuss trade-offs, maturity models, and lifecycle management. Chapters present the primary challenges in using deception as part of a security strategy, and guides users through the steps to overcome common obstacles. Both revealing and concealing fact and fiction have a critical role in securing private information. Detailed case studies are included.
Cyber Denial, Deception and Counter Deception is designed as a reference for professionals, researchers and government employees working in cybersecurity. Advanced-level students in computer science focused on security will also find this book useful as a reference or secondary text book.
Publisher: Springer International Publishing AG
Number of pages: 251
Weight: 4161 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 201
"This appropriately titled book belongs on the bookshelf of information security (InfoSec) professionals everywhere. ... Extensive relevant references follow the appendices, and many helpful figures and tables are provided throughout. This noteworthy book is very well organized and presented. ... this book is important for virtually everyone in the InfoSec world and is a valuable resource for practitioners as well as researchers." (M. G. Murphy, Computing Reviews, March, 2016)
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