Train your staff against cyber threats with newly published Countering Cyber Sabotage: Introducing Consequence-Driven, Cyber-Informed Engineering (CCE). Authors Andrew A. Bochman and Sarah Freeman of Idaho National Lab (INL) introduce the framework for Cyber-Informed Engineering (CCE) to protect organizations from cyber attack. Ideal for both interal profesional development and computer science students, this new title is a must-have for all levels of cybersecurity fluency.
About the Book:
Countering Cyber Sabotage: Introducing Consequence-Driven, Cyber-Informed Engineering (CCE) introduces a new methodology to help critical infrastructure owners, operators and their security practitioners make demonstrable improvements in securing their most important functions and processes. Current best practice approaches to cyber defense struggle to stop targeted attackers from creating potentially catastrophic results. From a national security perspective, it is not just the damage to the military, the economy, or essential critical infrastructure companies that is a concern. It is the cumulative, downstream effects from potential regional blackouts, military mission kills, transportation stoppages, water delivery or treatment issues, and so on. CCE is a validation that engineering first principles can be applied to the most important cybersecurity challenges and in so doing, protect organizations in ways current approaches do not. The most pressing threat is cyber-enabled sabotage, and CCE begins with the assumption that well-resourced, adaptive adversaries are already in and have been for some time, undetected and perhaps undetectable.
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