Learn the concepts, methods, and implications of offensive cyber counterintelligence
Hacking Back: Offensive Cyber Counterintelligence is a look at cyber counterintelligence theory in a WikiLeaks world. The authors detail techniques—from phishing to sniffing and from attribution to takedown—all bolstered by case examples and rooted in the authors’ many years of in-the-trenches experience in trap-setting and detecting breaches. The book’s field notes—some from identified hackers, and some from anonymous hackers—consist of exciting, never-before-told case examples.
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Sean M. Bodmer, CISSP, CEH, (Peachtree City, GA) is Chief Researcher of Counter-Exploitation Intelligence at CounterTack, Inc. a next generation endpoint security firm.
Lance James (Jersey City, NJ), a globally recognized information security expert and cryptography and phishing specialist, is founder of Secure Science Corporation and invisiblenet.net.
Gregory Carpenter, CISM, (Montclair, VA) is the owner of Gregory Carpenter Enterprises LLC.
David Dittrich (Seattle, WA) is a senior security engineer at the University of Washington’s Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity and a founding member of the Honeynet Project.
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