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Ransomware and cybercrime, Andrew Jenkinson

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Ransomware and cybercrime, Andrew Jenkinson
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Ransomware and cybercrime
Nature of contents
dictionariesbibliography
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Andrew Jenkinson
Table Of Contents
Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- Chapter 1 Stuxnet to Sunburst and Ransomware Development -- Chapter 2 Not Secure, F and 0… -- Chapter 3 Ransomware Lessons Being Learned… -- So, What Has This to Do with Ransomware? -- Chapter 4 Colonial Pipeline and CI Companies -- Is America's Critical National Infrastructure Prepared for the Ongoing Ransomware Siege, and What Can They Do to Avoid It? -- Chapter 5 CNA Ransomware Attack and Cyber Insurance -- Chapter 6 BA, easyJet, and the Travel Industry -- Chapter 7 Destabilising the United States, Courts, Law Enforcement, and Way of Life -- Chapter 8 Deterrence Theory and the Five Eyes Faux Pas -- Chapter 9 Ensuring the Security of Insecurity -- Chapter 10 Traditional Warfare, the Fat Man, Mistakes Made, and Lessons Still Being Learned and Ignored -- Chapter 11 Survivorship Bias -- Chapter 12 Air India Ransomware Faux Pas -- Chapter 13 Most Common Website Vulnerabilities and Attacks -- Cross-Site Scripting -- Injection Attacks -- Man-in-the-Middle Attacks -- Distributed Denial of Service -- Brute Force Attacks -- Phishing -- Third-Party Code -- Zero Day Attacks -- Cookies -- Chapter 14 The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street and the FCA -- Chapter 15 MITRE CWE and Ransom Task Force -- Chapter 16 Critical National Infrastructure: The Collapse of a Nation -- Chapter 17 US State Attacks and the Continued Oversight of Security -- Chapter 18 Conflicts of Interest -- Chapter 19 Innovation and Disbelief -- Chapter 20 Blackbaud, Cyberattacks, and Class Action Lawsuits -- Chapter 21 The World's Largest Global Economic Shift -- Chapter 22 It Is Not Setting Goals Too High, but Setting Them Too Low and Achieving Them -- Chapter 23 Avoiding the ApocalypseChapter 24 I If a Clever Person Learns from Their Mistakes and a Wise Person Learns from the Mistakes of Others, What Is a Person Who Learns from Neither Known As? -- Index
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