Reverse Deception: Organized Cyber Threat Counter-Exploitation 1 9780071772495
Reverse Deception: Organized Cyber Threat Counter-Exploitation

Reverse Deception: Organized Cyber Threat Counter-Exploitation

1st Edition
By Sean Bodmer and Max Kilger and Gregory Carpenter and Jade Jones
ISBN10: 0071772499
ISBN13: 9780071772495
Copyright: 2012

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ISBN10: 0071772499 | ISBN13: 9780071772495



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Program Details

Ch 1. Introduction
Ch 2. Deception Throughout History to Today
Ch 3. The Applications & Goals of Cyber Counterintelligence
Ch 4. The Missions and Outcomes of Criminal Profiling
Ch 5. Legal & Ethical Aspects of Deception
Ch 6. Attack Tradecraft
Ch 7. Operational Deception
Ch 8. Tools, Tactics & Procedures
Ch 9. Attack Attribution
Ch 10. Black Hat Motivators
Ch 11. Understanding Advanced Persistent Threats
Ch 12. When To & When Not To Act
Ch 13. Implementation & Validation Tactics

About the Author

Sean Bodmer

Sean M. Bodmer CISSP® CEH® Sean M. Bodmer is Director of Federal and Military Programs at Savid Corporation, Inc. Sean is an active Honeynet researcher specializing in the analysis of signatures, patterns, and behaviors of malware and attackers. Most notably he has spent several years leading the operations and analysis of advanced intrusion detection systems (honeynets) where the motives and intent of attackers and their tools can be captured and analyzed in order to generate actionable intelligence to further protect customer networks. Sean has worked in various Systems Security Engineering roles for various federal government entities and private corporations over the past decade in the Washington D.C. Metro area. Sean has lectured across the United States at industry conferences such as DEFCON, PhreakNIC, DC3, NW3C, Carnegie Mellon CERT, and the Pentagon Security Forum all covering the aspects of attack and attacker assessment profiling in order to identify the true motivations and intent behind cyber attacks.

Max Kilger

Gregory Carpenter

Gregory Carpenter, CISM, has earned numerous professional awards including the Joint Task Force for Global Network Operations Officer of the Quarter, recognition in the Who's Who in International Business, and serves on the U.S. Government's Cross Domain Solution Working Group, the Joint Wireless Working Group, and many others. As Team Chief of Information Operations, He develops plans and oversees the use of full -spectrum Information Operations which includes Computer Network Operations, Electronic Warfare, Operations Security, Psychological Operation and Military Deception in support of military and National Objectives. He develops, reviews and proposes Military Operational and & National Policy strategies for Cyber Operations. He has received numerous professional awards, including the prestigious National Security Agency Military Performer of the Year in 2007 and the Joint Task Force for Global Network Operations Officer of the Quarter, 2nd Qtr 2006. He was recognized in Who’s Who in International Business in 1997 the same year he was the 1st US Army Non-Commissioned officer of the Year (1st Runner-up).

Jade Jones

Jade Anton Jones, J.D., has 15 years practice experience: areas of expertise include Information Operations and Space Law. He is a civilian with the Department of Defense and a Navy JAG Commander in the Reserves.