Advances in Cybersecurity Management

This book concentrates on a wide range of advances related to IT cybersecurity management.

Author: Kevin Daimi

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030713814

Category: Computers

Page: 497

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This book concentrates on a wide range of advances related to IT cybersecurity management. The topics covered in this book include, among others, management techniques in security, IT risk management, the impact of technologies and techniques on security management, regulatory techniques and issues, surveillance technologies, security policies, security for protocol management, location management, GOS management, resource management, channel management, and mobility management. The authors also discuss digital contents copyright protection, system security management, network security management, security management in network equipment, storage area networks (SAN) management, information security management, government security policy, web penetration testing, security operations, and vulnerabilities management. The authors introduce the concepts, techniques, methods, approaches and trends needed by cybersecurity management specialists and educators for keeping current their cybersecurity management knowledge. Further, they provide a glimpse of future directions where cybersecurity management techniques, policies, applications, and theories are headed. The book is a rich collection of carefully selected and reviewed manuscripts written by diverse cybersecurity management experts in the listed fields and edited by prominent cybersecurity management researchers and specialists.

Advances in Cyber Security

Additionally, the ISO/IEC 27001 defines an information management system as the responsible system to maintain the ... supply chain and external dependencies management; work-force management; cybersecurity program management.

Author: Nibras Abdullah

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9811680590

Category: Computers

Page: 602

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This book presents refereed proceedings of the Third International Conference on Advances in Cyber Security, ACeS 2021, held in Penang, Malaysia, in August 2021. The 36 full papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 92 submissions. The papers are organized in the following topical sections: Internet of Things, Industry 4.0 and Blockchain, and Cryptology; Digital Forensics and Surveillance, Botnet and Malware, DDoS, and Intrusion Detection/Prevention; Ambient Cloud and Edge Computing, SDN, Wireless and Cellular Communication; Governance, Social Media, Mobile and Web, Data Privacy, Data Policy and Fake News.

Understanding Cybersecurity Management in FinTech

This book uncovers the idea of understanding cybersecurity management in FinTech.

Author: Gurdip Kaur

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030799158

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 182

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This book uncovers the idea of understanding cybersecurity management in FinTech. It commences with introducing fundamentals of FinTech and cybersecurity to readers. It emphasizes on the importance of cybersecurity for financial institutions by illustrating recent cyber breaches, attacks, and financial losses. The book delves into understanding cyber threats and adversaries who can exploit those threats. It advances with cybersecurity threat, vulnerability, and risk management in FinTech. The book helps readers understand cyber threat landscape comprising different threat categories that can exploit different types of vulnerabilties identified in FinTech. It puts forward prominent threat modelling strategies by focusing on attackers, assets, and software and addresses the challenges in managing cyber risks in FinTech. The authors discuss detailed cybersecurity policies and strategies that can be used to secure financial institutions and provide recommendations to secure financial institutions from cyber-attacks.

Advances in Automation II

Systems Important for NPP Safety: Software Verification and Cybersecurity E. Jharko( B ) V.A. Trapeznikov ... The complex structure of automated process control systems of NPP and a large number of cybersecurity management tools make it ...

Author: Andrey A. Radionov

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030711196

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1007

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This book reports on innovative research and developments in automation. Spanning a wide range of disciplines, including communication engineering, power engineering, control engineering, instrumentation, signal processing and cybersecurity, it focuses on methods and findings aimed at improving the control and monitoring of industrial and manufacturing processes as well as safety. Based on the International Russian Automation Conference, held on September 6–12, 2020, in Sochi, Russia, the book provides academics and professionals with a timely overview of and extensive information on the state of the art in the field of automation and control systems, and fosters new ideas and collaborations between groups in different countries.


Advances in Cyber Security Analytics and Decision Systems

Integrating fewer number of algorithms helped to reduce key management, ... have consumed reasonable amounts of FPGA resources with better throughput achievements, which we will further improve by applying more optimization techniques.

Author: Shishir K. Shandilya

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030193535

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 145

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This book contains research contributions from leading cyber security scholars from around the world. The authors provide comprehensive coverage of various cyber security topics, while highlighting recent trends. The book also contains a compendium of definitions and explanations of concepts, processes, acronyms, and comprehensive references on existing literature and research on cyber security and analytics, information sciences, decision systems, digital forensics, and related fields. As a whole, the book is a solid reference for dynamic and innovative research in the field, with a focus on design and development of future-ready cyber security measures. Topics include defenses against ransomware, phishing, malware, botnets, insider threats, and many others.

Evidence Based Cybersecurity

impact of blo ain on cybersecurity management. In K. Daimi, & C. Peoples (Eds.), Advances in cybersecurity management (pp. 117–138). Springer. h ps://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-71381-2_7 Stanislav, M. (2015).

Author: Pierre-Luc Pomerleau

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1000600939

Category: Computers

Page: 250

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The prevalence of cyber-dependent crimes and illegal activities that can only be performed using a computer, computer networks, or other forms of information communication technology has significantly increased during the last two decades in the USA and worldwide. As a result, cybersecurity scholars and practitioners have developed various tools and policies to reduce individuals' and organizations' risk of experiencing cyber-dependent crimes. However, although cybersecurity research and tools production efforts have increased substantially, very little attention has been devoted to identifying potential comprehensive interventions that consider both human and technical aspects of the local ecology within which these crimes emerge and persist. Moreover, it appears that rigorous scientific assessments of these technologies and policies "in the wild" have been dismissed in the process of encouraging innovation and marketing. Consequently, governmental organizations, public, and private companies allocate a considerable portion of their operations budgets to protecting their computer and internet infrastructures without understanding the effectiveness of various tools and policies in reducing the myriad of risks they face. Unfortunately, this practice may complicate organizational workflows and increase costs for government entities, businesses, and consumers. The success of the evidence-based approach in improving performance in a wide range of professions (for example, medicine, policing, and education) leads us to believe that an evidence-based cybersecurity approach is critical for improving cybersecurity efforts. This book seeks to explain the foundation of the evidence-based cybersecurity approach, review its relevance in the context of existing security tools and policies, and provide concrete examples of how adopting this approach could improve cybersecurity operations and guide policymakers' decision-making process. The evidence-based cybersecurity approach explained aims to support security professionals', policymakers', and individual computer users' decision-making regarding the deployment of security policies and tools by calling for rigorous scientific investigations of the effectiveness of these policies and mechanisms in achieving their goals to protect critical assets. This book illustrates how this approach provides an ideal framework for conceptualizing an interdisciplinary problem like cybersecurity because it stresses moving beyond decision-makers' political, financial, social, and personal experience backgrounds when adopting cybersecurity tools and policies. This approach is also a model in which policy decisions are made based on scientific research findings.

Advances in Information and Communication

3 explains the publication patterns and main cybersecurity risk management frameworks being used in the industry that ... The Table 4 represents the overview frameworks used for managing cyber-security in the critical infrastructure.

Author: Kohei Arai

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030980154

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IT Governance and Information Security

Advances in Cybersecurity Management Series Editors: Yassine Maleh and Ahmed A. Abd El-Latif The Advances in Cybersecurity Management series is a knowledge resource for practitioners, scientists, and researchers working in the various ...

Author: Yassine Maleh

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1000478912

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 340

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IT governance seems to be one of the best strategies to optimize IT assets in an economic context dominated by information, innovation, and the race for performance. The multiplication of internal and external data and increased digital management, collaboration, and sharing platforms exposes organizations to ever-growing risks. Understanding the threats, assessing the risks, adapting the organization, selecting and implementing the appropriate controls, and implementing a management system are the activities required to establish proactive security governance that will provide management and customers the assurance of an effective mechanism to manage risks. IT Governance and Information Security: Guides, Standards, and Frameworks is a fundamental resource to discover IT governance and information security. This book focuses on the guides, standards, and maturity frameworks for adopting an efficient IT governance and information security strategy in the organization. It describes numerous case studies from an international perspective and brings together industry standards and research from scientific databases. In this way, this book clearly illustrates the issues, problems, and trends related to the topic while promoting the international perspectives of readers. This book offers comprehensive coverage of the essential topics, including: IT governance guides and practices; IT service management as a key pillar for IT governance; Cloud computing as a key pillar for Agile IT governance; Information security governance and maturity frameworks. In this new book, the authors share their experience to help you navigate today’s dangerous information security terrain and take proactive steps to measure your company’s IT governance and information security maturity and prepare your organization to survive, thrive, and keep your data safe. It aspires to provide a relevant reference for executive managers, CISOs, cybersecurity professionals, engineers, and researchers interested in exploring and implementing efficient IT governance and information security strategies.

The Little Book of Cybersecurity

4 Advances in Cybersecurity for Business and Management The value of modern computer systems and applications is generally conceived as being a function of five characteristics normally associated with cybersecurity: availability, ...

Author: Harry Katzan Jr.

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1663237786

Category: Education

Page: 316

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Many people believe that cybersecurity is a complicated and complex subject that involves computer security, information assurance, comprehensive infrastructure protection, commercial integrity, and ubiquitous personal interaction. The concepts apply to information, computers, networks, and other elements of coordination, cooperation, and control and involve government, business, education, and the day-to-day lives of private individuals. The concerns normally involve the Internet as a communication facility - hence the name Cybersecurity. Achieving and maintaining cybersecurity is a never-ending process, much like national security, bank security, and so forth, so it is important to know the essential foundations of how to manage the risks of using technical interactions in order to obtain the inherent benefit. Some of the concerns that immediately come to mind are identity, personal privacy, intellectual property, secure maintenance of the critical infrastructure, and the continued operation of necessary organizations. There is a plethora of printed and online literature on various aspects of Cybersecurity - including computer security, information assurance, infrastructure security, personal security, and associated government policy informations. The purpose of this book is to give a composite picture of what Cybersecurity is all about, identify the important literature of the subject, and describe how it differs from everyday information security affecting individuals and computer activities. This book requires knowledge of basic information systems, computer technology, and network security considerations for an understanding of the implications or many of the topics. No knowledge of mathematics, physics, and engineering is required. The author, Harry Katzan Jr., has spent many years in basic computer security, cryptography, and modern methods including artificial intelligence and advanced software development. He is the author of Computer Data Security, The Standard Data Encryption Algorithm, and Privacy, Identity and Cloud Computing, and has done development work on security for a major bank.