Incident Response & Computer Forensics, 2nd Ed.

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 15, 2003 - Computers - 544 pages

Written by FBI insiders, this updated best-seller offers a look at the legal, procedural, and technical steps of incident response and computer forensics. Including new chapters on forensic analysis and remediation, and real-world case studies, this revealing book shows how to counteract and conquer today’s hack attacks.

 

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Contents

PART II Data Collection
93
PART III Data Analysis
215
PART IV Appendixes
455
INDEX
491
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Chris Prosise, VP of Consulting at Foundstone, is a recognized network security expert with extensive experience in attack and penetration testing and incident response. Chris has led government and commercial security teams on missions worldwide, from sensitive incident response missions on Top Secret government networks to comprehensive security assessments on some of the world's largest corporations. Chris is a featured speaker at multiple security conferences such as Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST). Chris is an adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon University where he teaches a class on Incident Response.

Kevin Mandia, Director of Computer Forensics at Foundstone, is a well-recognized forensics and incident response expert. Kevin leads Foundstone’s premiere incident response and forensics services, delivering consulting and training services to Foundstone's clients. Prior to joining Foundstone, Kevin was a Special Agent with AFOSI specializing in computer intrusion cases. Upon leaving the AFOSI, Kevin developed a computer intrusion response course specifically designed at the request of the FBI. Kevin trained over 400 FBI agents as well as personnel from the State Department, the CIA, NASA, the U.S. Postal Service, the Air Force, and other Government Agencies.

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