11 Cybersecurity Titles For Your Bookshelf
Solutions Review presents the latest in Cybersecurity Titles and Books you need to add to your collection, and I am glad to see 3 of my books in the list: My books who made it the list are :
- Cybersecurity : The Beginners Guide
- Incident Response in the Age of Cloud
- Cybersecurity Attack and Defense Strategies ( Co Authored with Yuri Diogenes)
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Cybersecurity intelligence remains a key component of InfoSec policies and protocols. Gathering intelligence prior to an attack can help prevent a breach, and gathering intelligence during a breach can help mitigate an attack.
Sometimes to best know how to respond to future threats is to look to past mediums. Hence our list of the latest 11 cybersecurity titles featured on Amazon right now. These books are intended for beginners and experts alike and are written by authors with proficiency and/or recognition in the field of cybersecurity.
Titles are arranged in no particular order.
By: Schreider Tari
Description: Tari Schreider, a board-certified information security practitioner with a criminal justice administration background, has written a much-needed book that bridges the gap between cybersecurity programs and cybersecurity law…
In a friendly style, offering real-world business examples from his own experience supported by a wealth of court cases, Schreider covers the range of practical information you will need as you explore – and prepare to apply – cybersecurity law…Schreider takes you beyond security standards and regulatory controls to ensure that your current or future cybersecurity program complies with all laws and legal jurisdictions.
Hundreds of citations and references allow you to dig deeper as you explore specific topics relevant to your organization or your studies. This book needs to be required reading before your next discussion with your corporate legal department.
Practical Cybersecurity Architecture: A guide to creating and implementing robust designs for cybersecurity architects
By: Ed Moyle and Diana Kelley
Description: Cybersecurity architects work with others to develop a comprehensive understanding of the business’ requirements. They work with stakeholders to plan designs that are implementable, goal-based, and in keeping with the governance strategy of the organization.
With this book, you’ll explore the fundamentals of cybersecurity architecture: addressing and mitigating risks, designing secure solutions, and communicating with others about security designs. The book outlines strategies that will help you work with execution teams to make your vision a concrete reality, along with covering ways to keep designs relevant over time through ongoing monitoring, maintenance, and continuous improvement. As you progress, you’ll also learn about recognized frameworks for building robust designs as well as strategies that you can adopt to create your own designs.
By the end of this book, you will have the skills you need to be able to architect solutions with robust security components for your organization, whether they are infrastructure solutions, application solutions, or others.
Cybersecurity – Attack and Defense Strategies: Counter modern threats and employ state-of-the-art tools and techniques to protect your organization against cyber-criminals, 2nd Edition
By: Yuri Diogenes and Erdal Ozkaya
Description: Cybersecurity – Attack and Defense Strategies, Second Edition is a completely revised new edition of the bestselling book, covering the very latest security threats and defense mechanisms including a detailed overview of Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) and an assessment of the current threat landscape, with additional focus on new IoT threats and cryptomining.
Cybersecurity starts with the basics that organizations need to know to maintain a secure posture against outside threats and design a robust cybersecurity program. It takes you into the mindset of a Threat Actor to help you better understand the motivation and the steps of performing an actual attack – the Cybersecurity kill chain. You will gain hands-on experience in implementing cybersecurity using new techniques in reconnaissance and chasing a user’s identity that will enable you to discover how a system is compromised, and identify and then exploit the vulnerabilities in your own system.
This book also focuses on defense strategies to enhance the security of a system. You will also discover in-depth tools, including Azure Sentinel, to ensure there are security controls in each network layer, and how to carry out the recovery process of a compromised system.
By: Joseph Steinberg
Description: Cybersecurity is the protection against the unauthorized or criminal use of electronic data and the practice of ensuring the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of information. Being “cyber-secure” means that a person or organization has both protected itself against attacks by cyber criminals and other online scoundrels, and ensured that it has the ability to recover if it is attacked.
If keeping your business or your family safe from cybersecurity threats is on your to-do list, Cybersecurity For Dummies will introduce you to the basics of becoming cyber-secure! You’ll learn what threats exist, and how to identify, protect against, detect, and respond to these threats, as well as how to recover if you have been breached!
By: Charles J. Brooks, Christopher Grow, Philip Craig, and Donald Short
Description: Cybersecurity Essentials provides a comprehensive introduction to the field, with expert coverage of essential topics required for entry-level cybersecurity certifications. An effective defense consists of four distinct challenges: securing the infrastructure, securing devices, securing local networks, and securing the perimeter. Overcoming these challenges requires a detailed understanding of the concepts and practices within each realm. This book covers each challenge individually for greater depth of information, with real-world scenarios that show what vulnerabilities look like in everyday computing scenarios. Each part concludes with a summary of key concepts, review questions, and hands-on exercises, allowing you to test your understanding while exercising your new critical skills.
By: Dr. Erdal Ozkaya
Description: This book put together all the possible information with regards to cybersecurity, why you should choose it, the need for cybersecurity and how can you be part of it and fill the cybersecurity talent gap bit by bit. Starting with the essential understanding of security and its needs, we will move to the security domain changes and how artificial intelligence and machine learning are helping to secure systems.
Later, this book will walk you through all the skills and tools that everyone who wants to work as a security personel needs to be aware of. Then, this book will teach readers how to think like an attacker and explore some advanced security methodologies. Lastly, this book will dive deep into how to build practice labs, explore real-world use cases, and get acquainted with various security certifications.
Computer Networking and Cybersecurity: A Guide to Understanding Communications Systems, Internet Connections, and Network Security Along with Protection from Hacking and Cyber Security Threats
By: Quinn Kiser
Description: This book delivers a variety of computer networking-related topics to be easily understood by beginners. It focuses on enabling you to create a strong foundation of concepts of some of the most popular topics in this area. We have provided the reader with a one-stop highway to learning about the fundamentals of computer networking, Internet connectivity, cybersecurity, and hacking…In part 2 of this book, you will take a journey into the world of cyber-crimes and cybersecurity. The information is designed to help you understand the different forms of hacking and what you can do to prevent being hacked. By the end of this part, you may decide to pursue a career in the domain of information security.
By: Christian Espinosa
Description: In The Smartest Person in the Room, Christian Espinosa shows you how to leverage your company’s smartest minds to your benefit and theirs. Learn from Christian’s own journey from cybersecurity engineer to company CEO. He describes why a high IQ is a lost superpower when effective communication, true intelligence, and self-confidence are not embraced. With his seven-step methodology and stories from the field, Christian helps you develop your team’s technical minds so they become better humans and strong leaders who excel in every role. This book provides you with an enlightening perspective of how to turn your biggest unknown weakness into your strongest defense.
By: Axel Wirth, Christopher Gates, and Jason Smith
Description: Cybersecurity for medical devices is no longer optional. We must not allow sensationalism or headlines to drive the discussion Nevertheless, we must proceed with urgency. In the end, this is about preventing patient harm and preserving patient trust.
A comprehensive guide to medical device secure lifecycle management, this is a book for engineers, managers, and regulatory specialists. Readers gain insight into the security aspects of every phase of the product lifecycle, including concept, design, implementation, supply chain, manufacturing, postmarket surveillance, maintenance, updates, and end of life. Learn how to mitigate or completely avoid common cybersecurity vulnerabilities introduced during development and production.
Grow your awareness of cybersecurity development topics ranging from high-level concepts to practical solutions and tools. Get insight into emerging regulatory and customer expectations. Uncover how to minimize schedule impacts and accelerate time-to-market while still accomplishing the main goal: reducing patient and business exposure to cybersecurity risks.
Incident Response in the Age of Cloud: Techniques and best practices to effectively respond to cybersecurity incidents
By: Dr. Erdal Ozkaya
Description: Cybercriminals are always in search of new methods and ways to infiltrate systems. Quickly responding to an incident should help an organization minimize its losses, decrease vulnerabilities, and rebuild services and processes.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, with most organizations gravitating towards remote working and cloud computing, this book provides updated IR processes to address the associated security risks.
The book begins by introducing you to the cybersecurity landscape and explaining why IR matters. You will understand the evolution of IR, current challenges, key metrics, and the composition of an IR team, along with an array of methods and tools used in an effective IR process. You will then learn how to apply this conceptual toolkit, with discussions on incident alerting, handling, investigation, recovery, and reporting.
Further, you will cover governing IR on multiple platforms and sharing cyber threat intelligence, and the procedures involved in IR in the cloud – the challenges, opportunities, and how to secure your cloud environments. Finally, the book concludes with an “Ask the Experts” section where industry experts have provided their perspective on diverse topics in the IR sphere.
By the end of this book, you should become proficient at building and applying IR strategies pre-emptively and confidently.
By: Paul Troncone and Carl Albing, Ph. D
Description: If you hope to outmaneuver threat actors, speed and efficiency need to be key components of your cybersecurity operations. Mastery of the standard command-line interface (CLI) is an invaluable skill in times of crisis because no other software application can match the CLI’s availability, flexibility, and agility. This practical guide shows you how to use the CLI with the bash shell to perform tasks such as data collection and analysis, intrusion detection, reverse engineering, and administration.
Authors Paul Troncone, founder of Digadel Corporation, and Carl Albing, coauthor of bash Cookbook (O’Reilly), provide insight into command-line tools and techniques to help defensive operators collect data, analyze logs, and monitor networks. Penetration testers will learn how to leverage the enormous amount of functionality built into nearly every version of Linux to enable offensive operations.
Those were our picks for 11 cybersecurity titles you need to add to your reading list. For more cybersecurity information, check out our Identity Management Buyer’s Guide or the Solutions Suggestion Engine.
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