Autor: Samir Datt
Broj strana: 306
ISBN broj: 9781782174905
Izdavač: PACKT PUBLISHING
Godina izdanja: 2016.
If you are a network administrator, system administrator, information security, or forensics professional and wish to learn network forensic to track the intrusions through network-based evidence, then this book is for you. Basic knowledge of Linux and networking concepts is expected.
We live in a highly networked world. Every digital device—phone, tablet, or computer is connected to each other, in one way or another. In this new age of connected networks, there is network crime. Network forensics is the brave new frontier of digital investigation and information security professionals to extend their abilities to catch miscreants on the network.
The book starts with an introduction to the world of network forensics and investigations. You will begin by getting an understanding of how to gather both physical and virtual evidence, intercepting and analyzing network data, wireless data packets, investigating intrusions, and so on. You will further explore the technology, tools, and investigating methods using malware forensics, network tunneling, and behaviors. By the end of the book, you will gain a complete understanding of how to successfully close a case.
Samir Datt has been dabbling with digital investigations since 1988, which was when he solved his first case with the help of an old PC and Lotus 123. He is the Founder CEO of Foundation Futuristic Technologies (P) Ltd, better known as ForensicsGuru.Com. He is widely credited for evangelizing computer forensics in the Indian Sub-Continent and has personally trained thousands of law enforcement officers in the area. He has the distinction of starting the computer forensics industry in South Asia and setting up India’s first computer forensic lab in the private sector. He is consulted by Law Enforcement agencies and the private sector on various technology-related investigative issues. He has extensive experience of training 1000s of investigators as well as examining huge numbers of digital sources of evidence in both private and government investigations.
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