Cyber Security features articles from the Wiley Handbook of Science and Technology for Homeland Security covering topics related to cybernbsp;security metrics and measurenbsp; andnbsp;related technologies that meetnbsp;security needs. Specific applications to web services, the banking and the finance sector, and industrial process control systems are discussed.
The Internet has given rise to new opportunities for the public sector to improve efficiency and better serve constituents. But with an increasing reliance on the Internet, digital tools are also exposing the public sector to new risks. This accessible primer focuses on the convergence of globalization, connectivity, and the migration of public sector functions online. It examines emerging trends and strategies from around the world and offers practical guidance for addressing contemporary risks. It supplies an overview of relevant U.S. Federal cyber incident response policies and outlines an organizational framework for assessing risk.
The goals of the cyberterrorist, the cyberactivist and cyber attacks originating from nation states are normally quite different. However, the techniques they use to achieve their goals are similar: stealing information/exfiltration, disrupting business-as-usual operations or organisations and undermining political/economic credibility.
"Love the fact that it jumped in with 10 top tips for security, a great opening to the book... Excellent section on phishing emails/vishing/smishing, with great practical examples ..." Christopher Wright, Wright-CandA Consulting Ltd Protect yourself from cyber threats and risks Cyberspace, the Internet, computer networks, the digital world - call it what you will - is always developing. And so are the threats and risks of being online. Security in the Digital World explains the common digital threats to home users, home offices, mobile users, consumers and parents alike, as well as providing tips, advice and guidance.
Uniting broad, time-tested security principles and the author's 35-plus years of experience with international security, intelligence, and foreign affairs, Understanding Personal Security: A Guide for Business Travelers offers a detailed yet practical framework on which to develop personal security awareness and training programs. As a critical resource for any travelers who may need to make fast, smart judgements in high-risk environments, this book helps readers analyze threats, threat actors, and the common adversarial characteristics, as well as the function of risk as a differentiating principle. This versatile text blends abstract organizing principles with street honed instincts, becoming equally valuable to security managers with previous experience and those corporate or non-profit organizations with employees in developing nations.