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Attack Simulation and Threat Modeling

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fx0ne

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Post Thu Feb 11, 2010 2:04 am

Attack Simulation and Threat Modeling

Hello,

Attack Simulation and Threat Modeling is a book that explores the abundant resources available in advanced security data collection, classification, processing and mining. It attempts to give insight into a number of alternative methods of security and attack analytics that leverage methodologies adopted from various other disciplines in extracting valuable data to support security research work and chart a course for enterprise security decision making.

Synopsis

Threat Vectors and Attack Signatures
Attack Virtualization and Behavioural analysis
Security Event Correlation and Pattern Recognition
Exploratory Security Analytics and Threat Hypothesis
Machine Learning Algorithms

It is released under the GNU FDL v1.3 License and can be downloaded here:
http://inverse.com.ng/book2/Attack_Simu ... deling.pdf

Cheers!

Olu
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Post Thu Feb 11, 2010 6:54 am

Re: Attack Simulation and Threat Modeling

Thanks for sharing Olu, will have a closer look at it later. At first glance it seems to be good. ;)
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Post Thu Feb 11, 2010 8:15 am

Re: Attack Simulation and Threat Modeling

Thanks for sharing.  I'll pull down a copy and have a read this weekend! 
~ hayabusa ~ 

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