The Resource Enemy at the water cooler : real-life stories of insider threats and Enterprise Security Management countermeasures, Brian T. Contos, (electronic resource/)

Enemy at the water cooler : real-life stories of insider threats and Enterprise Security Management countermeasures, Brian T. Contos, (electronic resource/)

Label
Enemy at the water cooler : real-life stories of insider threats and Enterprise Security Management countermeasures
Title
Enemy at the water cooler
Title remainder
real-life stories of insider threats and Enterprise Security Management countermeasures
Statement of responsibility
Brian T. Contos
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Packed with vivid real-life cases, this comprehensive book addresses the most difficult to manage and costly of all security threats: the insider
Cataloging source
NTG
Dewey number
005.8
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
TK5105.59
LC item number
.C658 2006eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Label
Enemy at the water cooler : real-life stories of insider threats and Enterprise Security Management countermeasures, Brian T. Contos, (electronic resource/)
Link
http://library.quincycollege.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&db=nlabk&AN=196374
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Title from Web page (viewed Feb. 28, 2007)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
other
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I: Background on Cyber Crime, Insider Threats, and ESM -- Chapter One: Cyber Crime and Cyber Criminals -- About this Chapter -- Computer Dependence and Internet Growth -- The Shrinking Vulnerability Threat Window -- Motivations for Cyber Criminal Activity -- o Black Markets -- Hacker -- Script Kiddies -- Solitary Cyber Criminals and Exploit Writers for Hire -- Organized Crime -- Identity Thieves (Impersonation Fraudsters) -- Competitors -- Activist Groups, Nation-State Threats, and Terrorists -- Activists -- Nation-State Threats -- o China -- o France -- o Russia -- o United Kingdom -- o United States -- Terrorists -- Insiders -- Tools of the Trade -- o Application-Layer Exploits -- o Botnets -- o Buffer Overflows -- o Code Packing -- o Denial-of-service (DoS) Attacks -- o More Aggressive and Sophisticated Malware -- o Non-wired Attacks and Mobile Devices -- o Password-cracking -- o Phishing -- o Reconnaissance and Googledorks -- o Rootkits and Keyloggers -- o Social Engineering Attacks -- o Voice over IP (VoIP) Attacks -- o Zero-Day Exploits -- Summary Points -- Chapter Two: Insider Threats -- Understanding Who the Insider Is -- Psychology of Insider Identification -- Insider Threat Examples from the Media -- Insider Threats from a Human Perspective -- o A Word on Policies -- Insider Threats from a Business Perspective -- o Risk -- Insider Threats from a Technical Perspective -- o Need-to-know -- o Least Privileges -- o Separation of Duties -- o Strong Authentication -- o Access Controls -- o Incident Detection and Incident Management -- Summary Points -- -- Chapter Three: Enterprise Security Management (ESM) -- ESM in a Nutshell -- Key ESM Feature Requirements -- o Event Collection -- o Normalization -- o Categorization -- o Asset Information -- o Vulnerability Information -- o Zoning and Global Positioning System Data -- o Active Lists -- o Actors -- o Data Content -- o Correlation -- o Prioritization -- o Event and Response Time Reduction -- o Anomaly Detection -- o Pattern Discovery -- o Alerting -- o Case Management -- o Real-Time Analysis and Forensic Investigation -- o Visualization -- o High-level Dashboards -- o Detailed Visualization -- o Reporting -- o Remediation -- Return On Investment (ROI) and Return On Security Investment (ROSI) -- Alternatives to ESM -- o Do Nothing -- o Custom In-house Solutions -- o Outsourcing and Co-sourcing --? Co-sourcing examples: -- Summary Points -- -- Part II: Real Life Case Studies -- Chapter Four: Imbalanced SecurityA Singaporean Data Center -- Chapter Five: Correlating Physical and Logical Security EventsA U.S. Government Organization -- Chapter Six: Insider with a ConscienceAn Austrian Retailer -- Chapter Seven: Collaborative ThreatA Telecommunications Company in the U.S. -- Chapter Eight: Outbreak from WithinA Financial Organization in the U.K. -- Chapter Nine: Mixing Revenge and PasswordsA Utility Company in Brazil -- Chapter Ten: Rapid RemediationA University in the United States -- Chapter Eleven: Suspicious ActivityA Consulting Company in Spain -- Chapter Twelve: Insiders Abridged -- Malicious use of Medical Records -- Hosting Pirated Software -- Pod-Slurping -- Auctioning State Property -- Writing Code for another Company -- Outsourced Insiders -- Smuggling Gold in Rattus Norvegicus -- -- Part III: The Extensibility of ESM -- Chapter Thirteen: Establishing Chain-of-Custody Best Practices with ESM -- Disclaimer -- Monitoring and disclosure -- Provider Protection Exception -- Consent Exception -- Computer Trespasser Exception -- Court Order Exception -- Best Practices -- Canadian Best Evidence Rule -- Summary Points -- -- Chapter Fourteen: Addressing Both Insider Threats and Sarbanes-Oxley with ESM -- A Primer on Sarbanes-Oxley -- Section 302: Corporate Responsibility for Financial Reports -- Section 404: Management Assessment of Internal Controls -- Separation of Duties -- Monitoring Interaction with Financial Processes -- Detecting Changes in Controls over Financial Systems -- Section 409: Real-time Issuer Disclosures -- Summary Points -- -- Chapter Fifteen: Incident Management with ESM -- Incident Management Basics -- Improved Risk Management -- Improved Compliance -- Reduced Costs -- Current Challenges -- o Process -- o Organization -- o Technology -- Building an Incident Management Program -- o Defining Risk -- Five Steps to Risk Definition for Incident Management -- o Process -- o Training -- o Stakeholder Involvement -- o Remediation -- o Documentation -- Reporting and Metrics -- Summary Points -- -- Chapter Sixteen: Insider Threat Questions and Answers -- Introduction -- Insider Threat Recap -- Question One -- Employees -- o The Hiring Process -- o Reviews -- o Awareness -- o NIST 800-50 -- o Policies -- o Standards -- o Security Memorandum Example -- Question Two -- Prevention -- Question Three Asset Inventories -- Question Four Log Collection -- o Security Application Logs -- o Operating System Log -- o Web Server Logs -- o NIST 800-92 -- Question Five Log Analysis -- Question Six -- Specialized Insider Content -- Question Seven Physical and Logical Security Convergence -- Question Eight IT Governance -- o NIST 800-53 -- o Network Account Deletion maps to NIST 800-53 section AC-2 -- o Vulnerability Scanning maps to NIST 800-53 section RA-5 -- o Asset Creation maps to NIST 800-53 section CM-4 -- o Attacks and Suspicious Activity from Public Facing Assets maps to NIST 800-53 section SC-14 -- o Traffic from Internal to External Assets maps to NIST 800-53 section SC-7 -- Question Nine -- Incident Response -- Question 10 Must Haves -- -- Appendix AExamples of Cyber Crime Prosecutions
Control code
ocn183748860
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (access may be restricted)
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institution
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
  • eBooks on EBSCOhost
  • eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Enemy at the water cooler : real-life stories of insider threats and Enterprise Security Management countermeasures, Brian T. Contos, (electronic resource/)
Link
http://library.quincycollege.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&db=nlabk&AN=196374
Publication
Note
Title from Web page (viewed Feb. 28, 2007)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
other
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I: Background on Cyber Crime, Insider Threats, and ESM -- Chapter One: Cyber Crime and Cyber Criminals -- About this Chapter -- Computer Dependence and Internet Growth -- The Shrinking Vulnerability Threat Window -- Motivations for Cyber Criminal Activity -- o Black Markets -- Hacker -- Script Kiddies -- Solitary Cyber Criminals and Exploit Writers for Hire -- Organized Crime -- Identity Thieves (Impersonation Fraudsters) -- Competitors -- Activist Groups, Nation-State Threats, and Terrorists -- Activists -- Nation-State Threats -- o China -- o France -- o Russia -- o United Kingdom -- o United States -- Terrorists -- Insiders -- Tools of the Trade -- o Application-Layer Exploits -- o Botnets -- o Buffer Overflows -- o Code Packing -- o Denial-of-service (DoS) Attacks -- o More Aggressive and Sophisticated Malware -- o Non-wired Attacks and Mobile Devices -- o Password-cracking -- o Phishing -- o Reconnaissance and Googledorks -- o Rootkits and Keyloggers -- o Social Engineering Attacks -- o Voice over IP (VoIP) Attacks -- o Zero-Day Exploits -- Summary Points -- Chapter Two: Insider Threats -- Understanding Who the Insider Is -- Psychology of Insider Identification -- Insider Threat Examples from the Media -- Insider Threats from a Human Perspective -- o A Word on Policies -- Insider Threats from a Business Perspective -- o Risk -- Insider Threats from a Technical Perspective -- o Need-to-know -- o Least Privileges -- o Separation of Duties -- o Strong Authentication -- o Access Controls -- o Incident Detection and Incident Management -- Summary Points -- -- Chapter Three: Enterprise Security Management (ESM) -- ESM in a Nutshell -- Key ESM Feature Requirements -- o Event Collection -- o Normalization -- o Categorization -- o Asset Information -- o Vulnerability Information -- o Zoning and Global Positioning System Data -- o Active Lists -- o Actors -- o Data Content -- o Correlation -- o Prioritization -- o Event and Response Time Reduction -- o Anomaly Detection -- o Pattern Discovery -- o Alerting -- o Case Management -- o Real-Time Analysis and Forensic Investigation -- o Visualization -- o High-level Dashboards -- o Detailed Visualization -- o Reporting -- o Remediation -- Return On Investment (ROI) and Return On Security Investment (ROSI) -- Alternatives to ESM -- o Do Nothing -- o Custom In-house Solutions -- o Outsourcing and Co-sourcing --? Co-sourcing examples: -- Summary Points -- -- Part II: Real Life Case Studies -- Chapter Four: Imbalanced SecurityA Singaporean Data Center -- Chapter Five: Correlating Physical and Logical Security EventsA U.S. Government Organization -- Chapter Six: Insider with a ConscienceAn Austrian Retailer -- Chapter Seven: Collaborative ThreatA Telecommunications Company in the U.S. -- Chapter Eight: Outbreak from WithinA Financial Organization in the U.K. -- Chapter Nine: Mixing Revenge and PasswordsA Utility Company in Brazil -- Chapter Ten: Rapid RemediationA University in the United States -- Chapter Eleven: Suspicious ActivityA Consulting Company in Spain -- Chapter Twelve: Insiders Abridged -- Malicious use of Medical Records -- Hosting Pirated Software -- Pod-Slurping -- Auctioning State Property -- Writing Code for another Company -- Outsourced Insiders -- Smuggling Gold in Rattus Norvegicus -- -- Part III: The Extensibility of ESM -- Chapter Thirteen: Establishing Chain-of-Custody Best Practices with ESM -- Disclaimer -- Monitoring and disclosure -- Provider Protection Exception -- Consent Exception -- Computer Trespasser Exception -- Court Order Exception -- Best Practices -- Canadian Best Evidence Rule -- Summary Points -- -- Chapter Fourteen: Addressing Both Insider Threats and Sarbanes-Oxley with ESM -- A Primer on Sarbanes-Oxley -- Section 302: Corporate Responsibility for Financial Reports -- Section 404: Management Assessment of Internal Controls -- Separation of Duties -- Monitoring Interaction with Financial Processes -- Detecting Changes in Controls over Financial Systems -- Section 409: Real-time Issuer Disclosures -- Summary Points -- -- Chapter Fifteen: Incident Management with ESM -- Incident Management Basics -- Improved Risk Management -- Improved Compliance -- Reduced Costs -- Current Challenges -- o Process -- o Organization -- o Technology -- Building an Incident Management Program -- o Defining Risk -- Five Steps to Risk Definition for Incident Management -- o Process -- o Training -- o Stakeholder Involvement -- o Remediation -- o Documentation -- Reporting and Metrics -- Summary Points -- -- Chapter Sixteen: Insider Threat Questions and Answers -- Introduction -- Insider Threat Recap -- Question One -- Employees -- o The Hiring Process -- o Reviews -- o Awareness -- o NIST 800-50 -- o Policies -- o Standards -- o Security Memorandum Example -- Question Two -- Prevention -- Question Three Asset Inventories -- Question Four Log Collection -- o Security Application Logs -- o Operating System Log -- o Web Server Logs -- o NIST 800-92 -- Question Five Log Analysis -- Question Six -- Specialized Insider Content -- Question Seven Physical and Logical Security Convergence -- Question Eight IT Governance -- o NIST 800-53 -- o Network Account Deletion maps to NIST 800-53 section AC-2 -- o Vulnerability Scanning maps to NIST 800-53 section RA-5 -- o Asset Creation maps to NIST 800-53 section CM-4 -- o Attacks and Suspicious Activity from Public Facing Assets maps to NIST 800-53 section SC-14 -- o Traffic from Internal to External Assets maps to NIST 800-53 section SC-7 -- Question Nine -- Incident Response -- Question 10 Must Haves -- -- Appendix AExamples of Cyber Crime Prosecutions
Control code
ocn183748860
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (access may be restricted)
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institution
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
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Note
  • eBooks on EBSCOhost
  • eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote

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