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Erik Pace Birkholz, Brian Kenyon, Steven Andres, Security Sage s Guide to Hardening the Network Infrastructure PDF eBook

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Erik Pace Birkholz, Brian Kenyon, Steven Andrés, «Security Sage's Guide to Hardening the Network Infrastructure»
Publisher: Syngress | 2004 | ISBN: 1931836019 | English | PDF | 545 pages | 11.32 Mb

Security Sage's Guide to Hardening the Network Infrastructure will be the only publication that provides security and Information Technology (IT) professionals an in-depth and comprehensive view of network devices, protocols and architectures. It provides detailed guidance on real-world network threats and exposures. While most network security books focus on ancillary topics, such as operating systems, RDBMS, groupware, and other applications, this book will concentrate strictly on the nuts and bolts of networks, such as routers, firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and the networking protocols that work in congress with them. It has over 200 pages dedicated to the most up-to-date network layer attacks and mitigation techniques across an wide assortment of vendors and not just the typical attention paid to market leaders such as Cisco and Checkpoint. This expanded breadth will help reach a wider range of network engineers who may not have the budget to purchase and install best-of-breed hardware, but want to know how to make the most out of what they do have. In addition, this book provides detailed network architecture and design techniques to help lessen the impact or feasibility of potential attacks. This book focuses on both perimeter and internal networks, giving IT and security administrators a complete picture of how they should design and protect their enterprises. Other books may concentrate on perimeter security or host configuration yet ignore the infrastructure connecting the two. While others tend to focus on theory and basic security background, this publication will dive right into the content and help provide real solutions to common IT security problems.

About the Authors
Steven Andrés (CISSP, CCNP, CNE, MCSE, CCSP, CCSE, INFOSEC), is the Director of Technical Operations at Foundstone, Inc., a leading information security software and services firm based in Southern California. He principally manages the infrastructure and ensures the confidentiality of sensitive client data within the Foundstone Managed Service. Steven is the co-inventor of the award-winning FS1000 Appliance, and in his role as Chief Architect, he continues to lead the development and innovation of the entire Foundstone Appliance product line. Additionally, as Manager of Product Fulfillment, Steven oversees all aspects of product licensing and electronic distribution of software and periodic threat intelligence updates to customers and worldwide partners. His other works include the best-selling Hacking Exposed: Network Security Secrets & Solutions, Fourth Edition (ISBN 0-072227-42-7) as well as a contributing author for Special Ops: Network and Host Security for!

Microsoft, Oracle and UNIX (Syngress Publishing, ISBN 1-931836-69-8). Brian Kenyon (CCNA, MCSE) is the Director of Product Services for Foundstone, Inc., a leading information security software and services firm based in Southern California. Foundstone offers a unique combination of software, hardware, professional services, and education to continuously and measurably protect an organization's most important assets from the most critical threats.

Since joining Foundstone in 2001, the company has leveraged Brian's deep domain expertise across a variety of functional areas including professional services, hardware innovation and software development. Brian is the Chief Architect of Foundstone's Security Operations Center, which monitors vulnerabilities at client sites, and has been integral in designing and developing Foundstone's cutting-edge hardware solutions, including the award-winning and highly acclaimed FS1000. Brian is also responsible for the development and expansion of the company's entire Product Service line-a key strategic growth area for the company. Brian is considered to be an industry expert on vulnerability management best practices and is frequently invited to speak and train.He is the author of the best-selling book, Special Ops: Host and Network Security for Microsoft, UNIX and Oracle (Syngress, ISBN: 1-931836-69-8). He is also a contributing author of SQL Server Security and on four of the six books in the international best-selling Hacking Exposed series.




Erik Pace Birkholz, Brian Kenyon, Steven Andres,  Security Sage s Guide to Hardening the Network Infrastructure  PDF eBook

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