Network Forensics Privacy and Security
This book primarily focuses on providing deep insight into the concepts of network security, network forensics, botnet forensics, ethics and incident response in global perspectives. It also covers the dormant and contentious issues of the subject in most scientific and objective manner. Various case studies addressing contemporary network forensics issues are also included in this book to provide practical know – how of the subject.
Network Forensics: A privacy & Security provides a significance knowledge of network forensics in different functions and spheres of the security. The book gives the complete knowledge of network security, all kind of network attacks, intention of an attacker, identification of attack, detection, its analysis, incident response, ethical issues, botnet and botnet forensics. This book also refer the recent trends that comes under network forensics. It provides in-depth insight to the dormant and latent issues of the acquisition and system live investigation too.
- Follows an outcome-based learning approach.
- A systematic overview of the state-of-the-art in network security, tools, Digital forensics.
- Differentiation among network security, computer forensics, network forensics and botnet forensics.
- Discussion on various cybercrimes, attacks and cyber terminologies.
- Discussion on network forensics process model.
- Network forensics tools and different techniques
- Network Forensics analysis through case studies.
- Discussion on evidence handling and incident response.
- System Investigations and the ethical issues on network forensics.
This book serves as a reference book for post graduate and research investigators who need to study in cyber forensics. It can also be used as a textbook for a graduate level course in Electronics & Communication, Computer Science and Computer Engineering.
Part A: Network Forensics Concepts. 1: Introduction. 1.1 Network Security. 1.2 Digital Forensics . 1.3 Computer Forensics . 1.4 Network Forensics . 1.5 Computer Forensics Vs Network Forensics 2: Cyber Crime. 2.1 Introduction2.2 Attack Intentions2.3 Malware2.3 Terminology for the Cyber Attackers2.4 Types of attacks 3: Network Forensics & Its Process Model. 3.1 Introduction3.2 Recent trends in Network Forensics3.3 Network Forensics Life Cycle 3.4 Generic Process Model3.5 Frameworks 4: Classification of Network Forensics. 4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Types of Network Forensics Classification4.3 Payload Classification4.4 Signature based Classification4.5 Decision Tree based classification4.6 Ensemble based Classification Part B: Network Forensics Acquisition 5: Network Forensics Tools. 5.1 Introduction5.2 IP tracing Tools5.3 Traceroute Tools 5.4 Monitoring Tools 5.5 Analysis Tools 6: Network Forensics Techniques. 6.1 Introduction6.2 Conventional Network Forensics Techniques6.3 Advanced Network Forensics Techniques 7: Detection of Vulnerabilities7.1 Introduction7.2 Network Forensics Acquisition 7.3 Identification of Network Attacks. Part C: Network Forensics Attribution 8: Network Forensics Analysis8.1 Introduction. 8.2 Network Forensic Process Model. 8.3Framework for Analysis. 8.4 Network Forensic Traffic Analysis (Case-1). 8.5 Network Forensic Traffic Analysis (Case-2) 9: Evidence &Incident Response. 9.1 Introduction 9.2 Evidence Handling9.3 Types of Evidence9.4 Evidence Handling Procedure9.5 Incident response 9.6 Initial Response Process9.7 Incident Classification 10: Botnet Forensics. 10.1 Introduction. 10.2 Evolution of Botnet. 10.3 Botnet Lifecycle. 10.4 Botnet Structure. 10.5 Botnet Security Attacks. 10.6 Traditional Botnet Attacks. 10.7 Recent Botnet Attacks 11: Botnet Forensics. 11.1 Introduction. 11.2 Methodology used in Botnet Forensics. 11.3 Nature of Botnet Forensics. 11.4 Background. 11.5 Botnet Forensics Classification. 11.6 Botnet Forensic Framework. 11.7 Botnet Forensic Analysis. 11.8 Challenges . Summary 12: System Investigation & Ethical Issues. 12.1 Introduction12.2 Crimes12.3 Computer Law12.4 Live System12.6 Live System Analysis12.7 Ethical Issues