The Pocket Guide for Investigating Ransomware and Network Intrusions - John Lucich
The Pocket Guide for Investigating Ransomware and Network Intrusions - John Lucich

The Pocket Guide for Investigating Ransomware and Network Intrusions - John Lucich

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A book written for anyone who wants to learn how to conduct cybercrime investigations and configure computers to combat ransomware.
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From the Author: "I wrote this book for attorneys, network technicians, police officers and investigators. My intention for writing this book came from my concern on the large number of companies and government agencies that continue to fall victim to ransomware and network intrusions. When we witness organizations get their data encrypted across several departments, with no offsite backups to recover, obviously, there's an issue. The problem stems from not having a full understanding of the industry's data security and network design.Many incidents could've been contained to prevent the spread of ransomware across departments. In all cases I've seen, they should've been able to fully recover without having to paid criminals for a decryption code. Corporations and government agencies depend on their IT staff, but have no way to assure that they are doing their jobs correctly. My goal with this book is to change that.I designed the book as a blueprint, so even the least technical person can gain a better understanding of network security. Whether you're a non-technical attorney who wants to lead cyber investigations or a CEO who wants to oversee your IT staff, I wrote this book for you.By walking you through the steps of a ransomware and network intrusion investigation, you'll know what to look for, both to complete the investigation and how to secure the network going forward. Don't wait until your company or agency becomes the next victim. Get this book today. It's the easiest and most cost-effective way to make sure your network stays secure."