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Cyber Reconnaissance Surveillance and Defense

Cyber Reconnaissance  Surveillance and Defense Book
Author : Robert Shimonski
Publisher : Syngress Press
Release : 2014-10-16
ISBN : 9780128013083
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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At a time when online surveillance and cybercrime techniques are widespread, and are being used by governments, corporations, and individuals, Cyber Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Defense gives you a practical resource that explains how these activities are being carried out and shows how to defend against them. Expert author Rob Shimonski shows you how to carry out advanced IT surveillance and reconnaissance, describes when and how these techniques are used, and provides a full legal background for each threat. To help you understand how to defend against these attacks, this book describes many new and leading-edge surveillance, information-gathering, and personal exploitation threats taking place today, including Web cam breaches, home privacy systems, physical and logical tracking, phone tracking, picture metadata, physical device tracking and geo-location, social media security, identity theft, social engineering, sniffing, and more. Understand how IT surveillance and reconnaissance techniques are being used to track and monitor activities of individuals and organizations Find out about the legal basis of these attacks and threats - what is legal and what is not - and how to defend against any type of surveillance Learn how to thwart monitoring and surveillance threats with practical tools and techniques Real-world examples teach using key concepts from cases in the news around the world

Cyber Reconnaissance Surveillance and Defense

Cyber Reconnaissance  Surveillance and Defense Book
Author : Robert Shimonski
Publisher : Syngress
Release : 2014-10-17
ISBN : 0128014687
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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At a time when online surveillance and cybercrime techniques are widespread, and are being used by governments, corporations, and individuals, Cyber Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Defense gives you a practical resource that explains how these activities are being carried out and shows how to defend against them. Expert author Rob Shimonski shows you how to carry out advanced IT surveillance and reconnaissance, describes when and how these techniques are used, and provides a full legal background for each threat. To help you understand how to defend against these attacks, this book describes many new and leading-edge surveillance, information-gathering, and personal exploitation threats taking place today, including Web cam breaches, home privacy systems, physical and logical tracking, phone tracking, picture metadata, physical device tracking and geo-location, social media security, identity theft, social engineering, sniffing, and more. Understand how IT surveillance and reconnaissance techniques are being used to track and monitor activities of individuals and organizations Find out about the legal basis of these attacks and threats — what is legal and what is not — and how to defend against any type of surveillance Learn how to thwart monitoring and surveillance threats with practical tools and techniques Real-world examples teach using key concepts from cases in the news around the world

Evolving Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance ISR for Air Force Cyber Defense

Evolving Intelligence  Surveillance and Reconnaissance  ISR  for Air Force Cyber Defense Book
Author : Frederick E. Bush (III.),Air University (U.S.). Air War College
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2013
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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"This paper provides several recommendations to advance ISR for cyber defense. The Air Force should develop a robust ISR Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination (PED) capability devoted to cyberspace. Additionally, the Air Force should conduct an in-depth study to determine resources required for the National Air and Space Intelligence Center to grow capacity for more robust analysis of adversary cyber capabilities. Next, a stronger cyber defensive strategy, enabled by ISR, will require additional intelligence resources or realignment of existing resources in the Air Force ISR Agency and 24th Air Force. ISR capabilities will be the catalyst for cyber defense of critical assets to more fully protect commanders' air, space and cyber operations."--Abstract.

Spaces of Surveillance

Spaces of Surveillance Book
Author : Susan Flynn,Antonia Mackay
Publisher : Springer
Release : 2017-08-22
ISBN : 3319490850
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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In a world of ubiquitous surveillance, watching and being watched are the salient features of the lives depicted in many of our cultural productions. This collection examines surveillance as it is portrayed in art, literature, film and popular culture, and makes the connection between our sense of ‘self’ and what is ‘seen’. In our post-panoptical world which purports to proffer freedom of movement, technology notes our movements and habits at every turn. Surveillance seeps out from businesses and power structures to blur the lines of security and confidentiality. This unsettling loss of privacy plays out in contemporary narratives, where the ‘selves’ we create are troubled by surveillance. This collection will appeal to scholars of media and cultural studies, contemporary literature, film and art and American studies.

Strategic Digest

Strategic Digest Book
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2001
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The Cyber Index

The Cyber Index Book
Author : James Andrew Lewis,Götz Neuneck
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2013
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This paper assesses national and international activities and policies related to cybersecurity and cyberwarfare. Through this assessment, the authors establish a global overview of the key cybersecurity activities and threats to which states and international organizations have to respond. They also examine if transparency and confidence building measures are applicable to cyberspace and propose potential norms, rules, and regulations to help deal with threats related to it.

Predictive Cyber Threat Analysis Using Data Science

Predictive Cyber Threat Analysis Using Data Science Book
Author : Terry Hale,S. A. Hale
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release : 2017-06-07
ISBN : 9781546727842
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Data Science methods can be applied to any imaginable goal and offer insight into how to progress from the status quo to a much higher level of cyber security. This short book addresses some of the possible approaches to applying data science to security needs, how to identify open source tools, and how to potentially implement visualization and statistical analysis for use in the area of Predictive Cyber Threat Analysis. Because of the vast amount of data that is produced by modern networks, novel methods and techniques are needed to predict cyber threats. The landscape of current threats requires new analysis methods. This paper explores how data science and visualization tools and technology aid in this mission; allowing the naked eye to detect patterns and obtain insight into our networks. This paper investigates the options available to security engineers, analysts, and investigators for exploiting "big data." We question: -How is Data Science used to predict cyber threats? What are open source tools available for statistical analysis? -What methods provide the best visual representation of our analysis? By developing an understanding of big data, we can adapt to meet the rapid and ever-evolving cyber threat to our national security. Once understood, training, tools, and processes can be implemented in cyber threat analysis. Our purpose is to help organizations; to develop, a basic understanding of data science, to identify possible tools to used to in data science and security, and finally to focus on applications that can be used to target cyber threats. "The state of information security is in disarray." (Braxton, 2015). Groups from every industry are failing to detect attacks. A primary cause of today's failures in both security prevention and detection is the ever-increasing amount of data that networks must process. Data immersion is not a new concept. Experts agree that the phenomenon is accelerating. "Lakes, puddles, and rivers of data have turned to floods and veritable tsunamis of structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data that's streaming from almost every activity that takes place in both the digital and physical worlds" (Pierson, 2015). This is big data, and it is only getting bigger. Keywords: Data Science, Security, cognitive science, Open Source, visualization, threat analysis, threat intelligence.

Jane s International Defense Review

Jane s International Defense Review Book
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2005
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Fact Or Fiction Internet Surveillance and Reconnaissance Cell

Fact Or Fiction  Internet Surveillance and Reconnaissance Cell Book
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2008
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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In today's society, cyberspace is at the heart of daily living and is both a gift and a burden. The United States is taking measures to ensure that cyberspace continues to be a gift to the population. However, those measures can be a burden on those implementing them if the underlying command and control is immature or complex. The Department of Defense (DOD) has taken a proactive approach to viewing cyberspace as a battlefield and engaging in its defense. The U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) has DOD command and control over cyberspace and has delegated much of that to the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Joint Task Force - Global Network Operations (JTF-GNO) for every day global network operations. The Geographic Combatant Commander (CCDR) is responsible for computer network operations within the Geographic Combatant Command (GCC) area of responsibility. The CCDR uses a Theater Network Operations Control Center (TNCC) to oversee network operations in the theater. JTF-GNO has forward deployed assets in GCC known as a Theater Network Operations Center (TNC) which provide the CCDR with the Global Information Grid (GIG) situational awareness within the theater relative to the global view. USEUCOM has taken its defense of its cyberspace assets one step further by creating a Cyber-Threat Intelligence Cell to characterize current threats with the intent to proactively prevent cyber attacks. The CCDR has many options available to successfully protect and defend the GCC cyberspace assets, but these options can be complex and insufficient. This paper compares and contrasts current theater structures and relationships and recommends a course of action for the CCDR to proactively and effectively protect and defend theater cyberspace assets.

Meeting America s Security Challenges Beyond Iraq

Meeting America s Security Challenges Beyond Iraq Book
Author : Sarah Harting
Publisher : Conference Proceedings
Release : 2008
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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On December 4, 2007, leading practitioners and analysts in the U.S. defense community conferred on possible approaches to meeting America's future security challenges. Many noted that these challenges, coupled with demands on the military forces, will require significant changes in how the Department of Defense trains, equips, and postures its forces and in how the U.S. government is organized for the advancement of U.S. interests abroad.

United States Code Annotated 2 TITLE 31 END ONLY

United States Code Annotated  2  TITLE 31 END ONLY Book
Author : United States
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1927
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Organizing Training and Retaining Intelligence Professionals for Cyber Operations NSA and Air Force Cyberspace Landscape ISR Equipping ISR Pros to Win in Cyberspace Preserving the Advantage

Organizing  Training  and Retaining Intelligence Professionals for Cyber Operations   NSA and Air Force Cyberspace Landscape  ISR  Equipping ISR Pros to Win in Cyberspace  Preserving the Advantage Book
Author : U S Military,Department of Defense (Dod),Melissa Stone
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2019-07-31
ISBN : 9781086461558
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The U.S. Department of Defense's recent growth in cyber has outpaced the Air Force's ability to adequately organize, train and retain cyber expertise. This is especially true within Air Force intelligence, a critical component of the Department's Cyber Mission Force construct and a significant contributor to the national intelligence community. To regain and retain the competitive advantage in the cyberspace domain, the Air Force must develop training tailored to each specific intelligence specialty code working in or supporting cyber operations, it must examine its organizational construct splitting the cyber force between two Major Commands, it must consider re-specialization of the 14N career field and it must examine retention mechanisms and consider options such as establishment of a Warrant Officer career field to ensure long term retention of talent. This study uses a qualitative approach to argue that the Air Force is currently not effectively planning for the organization, training or retention of Air Force intelligence professionals working in cyberspace operations.This compilation includes a reproduction of the 2019 Worldwide Threat Assessment of the U.S. Intelligence Community.The digital battlefield transitioned from theory to reality at a rapid pace with a growing number of adversaries looking to the cyber domain to gain an asymmetric advantage. The traditional intelligence-gathering tradecrafts among many nations now include cyber espionage. Malicious actors, state-sponsored or not, can use network attacks to inflict significant damage on their adversaries. The extent of attacks against the U.S. is staggering; the Deputy Director of the National Security Agency (NSA), Richard Ledgett, estimates that there are "hundreds of thousands" attempted intrusions on U.S. networks each day. The Department of Defense (DoD) acknowledges this threat and has prioritized growth in cyber capabilities despite an austere budget environment. Cyber features prominently within the 2015 National Military Strategy (NMS), which highlights a growing cyber threat to U.S. interests. In response, the DoD has invested human capital into the Cyber Mission Force, a framework of national and regionally focused cyber teams under U.S. Cyber Command, with offensive and defensive capabilities. The 2015 NMS recognizes people as the military's competitive advantage and highlights the need to reward and retain technical talent. The Air Force Future Operating Concept, 2015, echoes this strategy with specific goals to enhance training and modernize Airman management mechanisms within Air Force Core Mission areas, including Global Integrated Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (GIISR).

Internet Journal

Internet Journal Book
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2007
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Air Force Mission Defense Teams

Air Force Mission Defense Teams Book
Author : Erick O. Welcome
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2020
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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"Air Force core mission areas are vulnerable to nefarious cyber activities and senior Air Force leadership has impressed upon the Air Force to rapidly strengthen organic defensive cyber operations at the base level. Adversaries have proven to deny, degrade and disrupt Air Force weapon systems that enable (1) air and space superiority; (2) intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance; (3) rapid global mobility; (4) global strike; and (5) command and control. What organic defensive cyber capability do base level communications unit have to guarantee mission assurance? This paper examines the effectiveness of Air Force Mission Defense Teams (MDT) that are designed to deliver mission assurance through base-level proactive and persistent defensive cyber operations. Through research, surveyed various in-garrison and deployed units that have employed MDTs and interpret their effectiveness based on the following areas; intelligence, tools, training and talent management. Will make recommendations to strengthen MDTs based on research, interviews, surveys and overall feedback from the field. Finally, the Air Force cannot afford to have gaps in defending weapon systems from nefarious cyber activities at the base level. Mission Defense Teams must have a robust cyber defense arsenal to enable the Air Force ability to achieve core missions."--Abstract.

Congressional Record

Congressional Record Book
Author : United States. Congress
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2010
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Handbook on Networked Multipoint Multimedia Conferencing and Multistream Immersive Telepresence using SIP

Handbook on Networked Multipoint Multimedia Conferencing and Multistream Immersive Telepresence using SIP Book
Author : Radhika Ranjan Roy
Publisher : CRC Press
Release : 2020-11-23
ISBN : 1000216233
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Handbook on Networked Multipoint Multimedia Conferencing and Multistream Immsersive Telepresence using SIP: Scalable Distributed Applications and Media Control over Internet is the first book to put together all IETF request for comments (RFCs), and the internet drafts standards related to the multipoint conferencing and immersive telepresence. This book includes mandatory and optional texts of all standards in a chronological and systematic way almost with one-to-one integrity from the beginning to end, allowing the reader to understand all aspects of the highly complex real-time applications. It is a book that network designers, software developers, product manufacturers, implementers, interoperability testers, professionals, professors, and researchers will find to be immensely useful. Practitioners and engineers in all spectrums who are concentrating on building the real-time, scalable, interoperable multipoint applications, can use this book to make informed choices based on technical standards in the market place, on all proprietary non-scalable and non-interposable products. This book will provide focus and foundation for these decision makers.

Capability Planning and Analysis to Optimize Air Force Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance Investments

Capability Planning and Analysis to Optimize Air Force Intelligence  Surveillance  and Reconnaissance Investments Book
Author : National Research Council,Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences,Air Force Studies Board,Committee on Examination of the Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Capability Planning and Analysis (CP&A) Process
Publisher : National Academies Press
Release : 2012-12-07
ISBN : 0309258146
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities have expanded situation awareness for U.S. forces, provided for more precise combat effects, and enabled better decision making both during conflicts and in peacetime, and reliance on ISR capabilities is expected to increase in the future. ISR capabilities are critical to 3 of the 12 Service Core Functions of the U.S. Air Force: namely, Global Integrated ISR (GIISR) and the ISR components of Cyberspace Superiority and Space Superiority, and contribute to all others. In response to a request from the Air Force for ISR and the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Science, Technology, and Engineering, the National Research Council formed the Committee on Examination of the Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Capability Planning and Analysis (CP&A) Process. In this report, the committee reviews the current approach to the Air Force corporate planning and programming process for ISR capability generation; examines carious analytical methods, processes, and models for large-scale, complex domains like ISR; and identifies the best practices for the Air Force. In Capability Planning and Analysis to Optimize Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Investments, the current approach is analyzed and the best practices for the Air Force corporate planning and programming processed for ISR are recommended. This report also recommends improvements and changes to existing analytical tools, methods, roles and responsibilities, and organization and management that would be required to ensure the Air Force corporate planning and programming process for ISR is successful in addressing all Joint, National, and Coalition partner's needs.

Essential Guide to Air Force Cyberspace

Essential Guide to Air Force Cyberspace Book
Author : U S Military,Department of Defense (Dod),U S Air Force (Usaf)
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2019-07-25
ISBN : 9781082713231
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This unique book reproduces four important government documents and reports dealing with the scientific and technical angle of flying, fighting and winning in cyberspace. The four books: 50 Cyber Questions Every Airman Can Answer, Airpower Lessons for an Air Force Cyber-Power Targeting Theory, For and from Cyberspace - Conceptualizing Cyber Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance, and USCYBERCOM.What is Cyberspace? Author William Gibson coined the term cyberspace by combining cybernetics and space into the term cyberspace in his 1982 story "Burning Chrome" and popularized it is his 1984 novel Neuromancer. Gibson described cyberspace as "a consensual hallucination experienced daily by billions... A graphic representation of data abstracted from banks of every computer in the human system. Unthinkable complexity. Lines of light ranged in the non-space of the mind, clusters and constellations of data."In the minds of many, cyberspace became synonymous to the Internet. In September 2006, the Joint Chiefs of Staff endorsed a definition of cyberspace as "a domain characterized by the use of electronics and the electromagnetic spectrum to store, modify and exchange data via networked systems and associated physical infrastructures." We dissect this definition to derive the scientific basis of its intent. The word "domain" instead of "environment" carries legal implications under the laws of armed conflict. "Electronics and the electromagnetic spectrum" refer to the wave-particle duality of radiation which, when modulated with information, creates a signal. "Data and networked systems" refer to digital information and application programs, and the computers and networks on which they exist, in other words data and applications, at rest and in motion. For warfare purposes, we derive a working definition of cyberspace as "a domain in which signals hold at risk intelligent systems." This definition recognizes three components to cyberspace: (1) the "effectors" encompass a broad range of signal-borne threats, analog and digital; (2) the "medium" enables effectors to access the targets, wired and wireless, hardware and software; and (3) the "targets" include weapons and systems that use computers or networks.

Getting it Right

Getting it Right Book
Author : Gary Waters
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2014
ISBN : 9780980730678
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) functions are essential for effective operations spanning military, border protection and law enforcement activities, as well as in strategic decision-making. These functions provide greater situational awareness and better predictive intelligence necessary for superior decision-making at all levels. ISR synchronises and integrates the planning and operation of platforms, sensors, data, and people. The complexity, ambiguity, dangers and speed of the emerging 21st century world require profound improvements in intelligence to detect problems as they arise and in networked response options to achieve the overall effect required. Faster and more complex operations and activities require deeper analysis and planning. Because of globalisation and the agility and interrelated nature of possible threats, the ISR Enterprise has to be comprehensive and address all sources and diversity of requirements, while also including both long-term and immediate-term analysis. The ISR process must be treated as an integrated process, moving it in complexity, speed, and effectiveness beyond the current model of inter-agency cooperation. Indeed, cooperation, coordination and interoperability are no longer enough. Close collaboration is needed, which demands greater use of standards for integration and information sharing across all levels of government and beyond. Australia can continue its modest trajectory in improving ISR or it can seize the moment and drive step-change improvements that will necessitate adopting a whole-of-nation approach, achieving closer engagement with the public, accelerating the data-to-decision cycle by leveraging the benefits of Big Data, and synchronising ISR capabilities.