With millions of consumers vulnerable as major corporations come under attack, Wiley are publishing a new selection of practical security titles to help professionals improve their organisation’s security, understand more about ‘phishing’ or scammers, learn how to secure mobile apps and develop strategies to thwart network attacks and exploitation.
By Dominic Chell, Tyrone Erasmus, Shaun Colley and Ollie Whitehouse
ISBN: 9781118958506, April 2015, Paperback, £42.50
This book shows readers the mobile application security issues associated with apps on Android, Blackberry and Windows Mobile platforms to uncover why they pose a threat to both consumers and organisations.
By Christopher Hadnagy, Michele Fincher and Robin Dreeke
ISBN: 9781118958476, May 2015, Paperback, £23.99
Author Chris Hadnagy is paid by companies to hack employee computers, to help teach them about cyber security. In this new book, the authors analyse phishing from the viewpoint of human decision-making to teach readers how to spot malicious emails.
By Bruce Schneier
ISBN: 9781119092438, May 2015, Hardback, £20.99
Anniversary edition of the bestselling book by master of cryptography Bruce Schneier . The author uses his extensive field experience to provide a practical guide to achieving security throughout computer networks.
By Qing Li and Gregory Clark,
ISBN: 9781118896693, June 2015, Paperback, £42.50
A handbook for security in modern times, that makes advanced security practices for organisations accessible to all security engineers, developers and corporate IT staff.
By Matthew Monte
ISBN: 9781118987124, September 2015, Paperback, £30.99
One of the biggest challenges for security professionals worldwide, in government and private companies, is how to thwart both network attacks (hacking) and network exploitation (espionage). This book will provide readers with guidance to develop strategies for better network security.
By Jessey Bullock and Jan Kadijk
ISBN: 9781118918210, September 2015, Paperback, £36.99
This is a comprehensive guide to Wireshark, the standard network analysis tool used across many industries. Providing insight into this invaluable tool, it will help security professionals solve any security challenge.
By Michael Gregg
ISBN: 9781118987056, September 2015, Paperback, £33.99
This is a complete guide to IT security and proactive defence. Covering the full complement of malware, viruses, and other attack technologies, it provides the most up-to-date methods for thwarting would-be attackers.
By Davi Ottenheimer
ISBN: 9781118559215, November 2015, Paperback, £20.99
This book outlines the emerging security risks of Big Data from the view of both IT and business management. It helps IT leaders identify how and where to best protect Big Data environments from disclosure, disruption or loss.
By Joxean Koret and Elias Bachaalany
ISBN: 9781119028758, November 2015, Paperback, £33.99
Viruses are a prolific and dangerous security vulnerability. Written for software reverse engineers, penetration testers, security researchers and those involved in software security, this book focusses on how to reverse engineer antivirus software, detect vulnerabilities and exploit them.
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