Build Your Own Security Lab: A Field Guide for Network Testing

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 15, 2008 - Computers - 504 pages
If your job is to design or implement IT security solutions or if you’re studying for any security certification, this is the how-to guide you’ve been looking for. Here’s how to assess your needs, gather the tools, and create a controlled environment in which you can experiment, test, and develop the solutions that work. With liberal examples from real-world scenarios, it tells you exactly how to implement a strategy to secure your systems now and in the future.

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Contents

A Field Guide for Network Testing Chapter 1 Hardware and Gear
1
A Field Guide for Network Testing Chapter 2 Building a Software Test Platform
31
A Field Guide for Network Testing Chapter 3 Passive Information Gathering
63
A Field Guide for Network Testing Chapter 4 Detecting Live Systems
105
A Field Guide for Network Testing Chapter 5 Enumerating Systems
149
A Field Guide for Network Testing Chapter 6 Automated Attack and Penetration Tools
189
A Field Guide for Network Testing Chapter 7 Understanding Cryptographic Systems
225
A Field Guide for Network Testing Chapter 8 Defeating Malware
259
A Field Guide for Network Testing Chapter 9 Securing Wireless Systems
291
A Field Guide for Network Testing Chapter 10 Intrusion Detection
325
A Field Guide for Network Testing Chapter 11 Forensic Detection
365
A Field Guide for Network Testing Appendix A About the DVD
405
A Field Guide for Network Testing Index
409
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Michael Gregg, CISSP, CISA, MCSE, holds a total of 19 professional certifications and is a highly respected security consultant. President of Security Solutions, Inc., he is also an expert for three TechTarget.com web sites. Michael has authored or coauthored several books, including Security+ Street Smarts, also published by Wiley.

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