English | 2018 | ISBN: 1788627252 | 254 Pages | PDF | 28 MB
Build a network security threat model with this comprehensive learning guide
The tech world has been taken over by digitization to a very large extent, and so it’s become extremely important for an organization to actively design security mechanisms for their network infrastructures. Analyzing vulnerabilities can be one of the best ways to secure your network infrastructure.
Network Vulnerability Assessment starts with network security assessment concepts, workflows, and architectures. Then, you will use open source tools to perform both active and passive network scanning. As you make your way through the chapters, you will use these scanning results to analyze and design a threat model for network security. In the concluding chapters, you will dig deeper into concepts such as IP network analysis, Microsoft Services, and mail services. You will also get to grips with various security best practices, which will help you build your network security mechanism.
By the end of this book, you will be in a position to build a security framework fit for an organization.
What you will learn
- Develop a cost-effective end-to-end vulnerability management program
- Implement a vulnerability management program from a governance perspective
- Learn about various standards and frameworks for vulnerability assessments and penetration testing
- Understand penetration testing with practical learning on various supporting tools and techniques
- Gain insight into vulnerability scoring and reporting
- Explore the importance of patching and security hardening
- Develop metrics to measure the success of the vulnerability management program