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Overview

This textbook provides a framework for thinking about security, with attention to specific types of security problems and the tools for addressing them. Specific chapters discuss firewalls, host security, cryptography, application security, and incident and disaster response. Panko teaches that the University of Hawaii. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780130384713
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 3/17/2003
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 544
  • Product dimensions: 7.10 (w) x 9.28 (h) x 0.99 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface xvii
About the Author xxii
Chapter 1 A Framework 1
Corporations at Risk 2
Attackers 11
Attacks 20
Penetration Attacks and Defenses 26
Security Management 31
The Plan-Protect-Respond (PPR) Cycle 34
The Book 40
Conclusion 41
Chapter 1A Examples of Security Problems 45
Introduction 45
Examples 45
The September 11 Disaster 52
Chapter 2 Access Control and Site Security 55
Introduction 56
Reusable Passwords 58
Building Security 70
Access Cards 74
Biometric Authentication 76
802.11 Wireless LAN (WLAN) Security 83
Conclusion 90
Chapter 3 Review of TCP/IP Internetworking 93
Introduction: A Review 94
Single Networks Versus Internets 94
TCP/IP Standards 94
Layer Cooperation 105
The Internet Protocol (IP) 109
Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) 121
User Datagram Protocol (UDP) 128
Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) for Supervisory Information 129
Conclusion 133
Chapter 4 Attack Methods 135
Introduction 136
Targeted Hacking Attacks (System Penetration/Break-Ins) 136
Denial-of-Service Attacks 155
Malware Attacks 161
Conclusion 170
Chapter 5 Firewalls 173
Introduction 174
Firewall Hardware and Software 177
Static Packet Filter Firewalls 182
Stateful Firewalls 189
Network Address Translation 194
Application Firewalls 196
Firewall Architectures 201
Configuring, Testing, and Maintaining Firewalls 208
Check Point and Cisco Systems Firewalls 210
Conclusion 213
Chapter 6 Host Security 215
Introduction 216
Installation and Patching 224
Turning Off Unnecessary Services 228
Managing Users and Groups 233
Managing Permissions 238
Advanced Server Hardening Techniques 243
Testing for Vulnerabilities 249
Hardening Clients 251
Palladium 253
Conclusion 254
Chapter 7 The Elements of Cryptography 255
Cryptographic Elements and Systems 256
Encryption for Confidentiality 256
Encryption for Confidentiality with Symmetric Key Encryption 259
Encryption for Confidentiality with Public Key Encryption 266
Encryption for Authentication 268
Digital Certificates 273
Symmetric Key Exchange 279
Replay Attacks and Defenses 282
Advanced Topics: Quantum Computing and Steganography 284
Conclusion 287
Chapter 8 Cryptographic Systems: SSL/TLS, VPNs, and Kerberos 289
Introduction 290
SSL/TLS 294
PPP 297
PPTP and L2TP 302
IPsec 307
Kerberos 315
Firewalls and Cryptographic Systems 320
Conclusion 321
Chapter 9 Application Security: Electronic Commerce and E-Mail 323
General Application Security Issues 324
Webservice and E-Commerce Security 330
E-Mail 345
Security Issues in Other Applications 354
Conclusion 357
Chapter 10 Incident and Disaster Response 359
Introduction 360
Backup 362
Intrusion Detection Systems (IDSs) 365
The Intrusion Response Process 382
Business Continuity Planning 389
Disaster Recovery 391
Conclusion 396
Chapter 11 Managing the Security Function 399
Introduction 400
Organization 400
Risk Analysis 409
Security Architecture 414
Control Principles 419
Managing Operations 422
Mobilizing Users 426
Vulnerability Testing 429
Conclusion 432
Chapter 12 The Broader Perspective 433
Introduction 434
Laws Governing Computer Crimes 434
Consumer Privacy 437
Employee Workplace Monitoring 449
Government Surveillance 456
Cyberwar and Cyberterror 460
Conclusion 469
Glossary 471
Index 501
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