Security De-Engineering: Solving the Problems in Information Risk Management

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CRC Press, Dec 13, 2011 - Business & Economics - 332 pages
As hacker organizations surpass drug cartels in terms of revenue generation, it is clear that the good guys are doing something wrong in information security. Providing a simple foundational remedy for our security ills, Security De-Engineering: Solving the Problems in Information Risk Management is a definitive guide to the current problems i
 

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Contents

PREFACE
THE LOVE OF CLOUDS AND INCIDENTSTHE VAIN
ONE PROFESSIONAL ACCREDITATION PROGRAM
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
AUTHOR
PEOPLE AND BLAME
CHECKLISTS AND STANDARDS EVANGELISTS
THE DEENGINEERING OF SECURITY
Information Security and Strange Attractors
The Instant Manager
Summary
PENETRATION TESTINGOLD AND
SECURITY PRODUCTS
INTRUSION DETECTION
OTHER PRODUCTS
THE REENGINEERING OF SECURITY

AUTOMATED VULNERABILITY SCANNERS
CAREERS IN INFORMATION

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Ian Tibble was an IT specialist with IBM Global Services before entering into the security arena. His experience of more than 11 years in information security allowed him to gain practical risk management expertise from both an architectural IT and a business analysis aspect. His experience in Infosec has been with service providers Trusecure (now Verizon) and PricewaterhouseCoopers, and also with end users in logistics, banking, and insurance. He has been engaged with security service delivery projects with close to 100 Fortune 500 companies and multinational financial institutions in Asia (Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Australia) and Europe.

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