The Internet has considerably enhanced various business critical operations of companies in different industry sectors across the globe. However, as more and more Organizations become partially or completely dependent on the Internet, computer security and the serious threat of computer criminals comes to the foreground. A single network infiltration can cause severe losses totalling in millions of dollars. Unfortunately, most organizations across the globe continue to remain oblivious of to the threat posed by computer criminals, corporate espionage and cyber terrorism.
The Ethical Hacking Guide to Corporate Security dismisses this incompetent approach adopted by many companies and clears up some of the most horrific cyber crime cases that hit the corporate world across 17 different countries in 5 continents. With the correct mix of technical explanations and subsequent business implications, this book draws a direct correlation between computer security and business profitability. The comprehensive yet easy to understand analysis of some of the most dangerous security threats and vulnerabilities on the Internet, lays down the path that companies need to follow to safeguard their networks. This book places a great deal of emphasis on investigating and solving real attacks faced by companies. Moreover, the thoroughly researched attack strategies, working and countermeasures described in this book are organized in an extremely unique easy to understand format.
This book is not only aimed at serious hardcore system administrators, but it also contains information that will be relished by top-level management gurus working in various industry sectors.