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Network Intrusion Detection: An Analyst's Handbook

 
Network Intrusion Detection: An Analyst's Handbook

Author: Stephen Northcutt
Web Price: $39.99 US
Publisher: New Riders
ISBN: 0735708681
Publication Date: 6/16/99
Pages: 304

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Written to be both a training aid and a technical reference for intrusion detection analysts, Northcutt's book contains unparalleled, practical experience that can't be found anywhere else. With detailed explanations and illustrative examples from his own career, Northcutt covers the topic completely, from detect evaluation, analysis, and situation handling, through the theories involved in understanding hackers, intelligence gathering, and coordinated attacks, to an arsenal of preventive and aggressive security measures. Ideal for the serious security analyst, Network Intrusion Detection: An Analyst's Handbook is the tool that puts you in full control of your network's security.

 

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Introduction

  

1. -

 

Mitnick Attack

  

2. -

 

Introduction to Filters and Signatures

  

3. -

 

Architectural Issues

  

4. -

 

Interoperability and Correlation

  

5. -

 

Network-Based Intrusion Detection Solutions

  

6. -

 

Detection of Exploits

  

7. -

 

Denial of Service

  

8. -

 

Intelligence Gathering Techniques

  

9. -

 

Introduction to Hacking

  

10. -

 

Coordinated Attacks

  

11. -

 

Additional Tools

  

12. -

 

Risk Management and Intrusion Detection

  

13. -

 

Automated and Manual Response

  

14. -

 

Business Case for Intrusion Detection

  

15. -

 

Future Directions

 

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