Blue Team defensive advice from the biggest names in cybersecurity The Tribe of Hackers team is back. This new guide is packed with insights on blue team issues from the biggest names in cybersecurity. Inside, dozens of the world's leading Blue Team security specialists show you how to harden systems against real and simulated breaches and attacks. You'll discover the latest strategies for blocking even the most advanced red-team attacks and preventing costly losses. The experts share their hard-earned wisdom, revealing what works and what doesn't in the real world of cybersecurity.
Tribe of Hackers Blue Team goes beyond the bestselling, original Tribe of Hackers book and delves into detail on defensive and preventative techniques. Learn how to grapple with the issues that hands-on security experts and security managers are sure to build into their blue team exercises.
Discover what it takes to get started building blue team skills Learn how you can defend against physical and technical penetration testing Understand the techniques that advanced red teamers use against high-value targets Identify the most important tools to master as a blue teamer Explore ways to harden systems against red team attacks Stand out from the competition as you work to advance your cybersecurity career Authored by leaders in cybersecurity attack and breach simulations, the Tribe of Hackers series is perfect for those new to blue team security, experienced practitioners, and cybersecurity team leaders. Tribe of Hackers Blue Team has the real-world advice and practical guidance you need to advance your information security career and ready yourself for the blue team defense.
Marcus J. Carey
, Jennifer Jin
John Wiley & Sons Inc
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Series: Tribe of Hackers
20 August 2020
Professional and scholarly
Acknowledgments vii Foreword ix Introduction xi 01 Marcus J. Carey 1 02 Danny Akacki 6 03 Ricky Banda 9 04 William Bengtson 14 05 Amanda Berlin 20 06 O'Shea Bowens 27 07 John Breth 31 08 Lee Brotherston 38 09 Ronald Bushar 47 10 Christopher Caruso 56 11 Eddie Clark 66 12 Mark Clayton 74 13 Ayman Elsawah 80 14 Sahan Fernando 91 15 Stephen Hilt 96 16 Bea Hughes 101 17 Terence Jackson 109 18 Tanya Janca 113 19 Ruth Juma 119 20 Brendon Kelley 123 21 Shawn Kirkland 129 22 Sami Laiho 139 23 Kat Maddox 143 24 Jeffrey Man 147 25 April Mardock 154 26 Bright Gameli Mawudor 159 27 Duncan McAlynn 164 28 Frank McGovern 170 29 Donald McFarlane 172 30 Nathan McNulty 180 31 James Medlock 187 32 Daniel Miessler 192 33 Alyssa Miller 196 34 Maggie Morganti 205 35 Justin Moss 211 36 Mark Orlando 218 37 Mitch Parker 224 38 Stuart Peck 231 39 Carlos Perez 236 40 Quiessence Phillips 242 41 Lauren Proehl 248 42 Josh Rickard 255 43 Megan Roddie 266 44 Jason Schorr 270 45 Chris Sistrunk 274 46 Jayson E. Street 280 47 Michael Tanji 286 48 Ronnie Tokazowski 294 49 Ashley Tolbert 298 50 Ismael Valenzuela 304 51 Dave Venable 321 52 Robert TProphet Walker 326 53 Jake Williams 334 54 Robert Willis 340
MARCUS J. CAREY is a cybersecurity researcher and inventor with patents in cryptography and cybersecurity and more than 25 years of experience in protecting the public, private, and government sectors. He was the Founder and CEO of Threatcare, which was acquired by ReliaQuest. Follow Marcus on Twitter at @marcusjcarey. JENNIFER JIN graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2017 and started her first job at Threatcare soon after. She became Threatcare's Head of Communications and Marketing before Threatcare was acquired by ReliaQuest. Jennifer helped host the very first Tribe of Hackers Summit and is the co-author of Tribe of Hackers. Follow Jennifer on Twitter at @jen_jin.