Blackhatonomics: An Inside Look at the Economics of by Will Gragido, John Pirc, Daniel Molina, Nick Selby

By Will Gragido, John Pirc, Daniel Molina, Nick Selby

Blackhatonomics explains the fundamental financial truths of the underworld of hacking, and why humans worldwide dedicate great assets to constructing and enforcing malware. The ebook presents an monetary view of the evolving enterprise of cybercrime, exhibiting the equipment and motivations in the back of equipped cybercrime assaults, and the altering traits in the direction of cyber-warfare. Written by means of an outstanding writer workforce of Will Gragido, Daniel J Molina, John Pirc and Nick Selby, Blackhatonomics takes sensible educational rules and backs them up with use instances and wide interviews, putting you correct into the approach of the cyber criminal.

• historic views of the improvement of malware because it advanced right into a practicable monetary endeavour

• state particular cyber-crime research of the USA, China, and Russia, in addition to an research of the effect of Globalization on cyber-crime.

• provides the backstage tools used to effectively execute financially prompted assaults in a globalized cybercrime financial system.

• offers detailed insights, research, and helpful instruments for justifying company info safeguard budgets.

• offers a number of issues of view, from natural learn, to company, to educational, to legislations enforcement.

• comprises genuine global cybercrime case reports and profiles of high-profile cybercriminals.

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Nevertheless, you can see that a terrorist organization such as Hezbollah has basic cyber capabilities but with the backing of another nation state. As we’ve mentioned, nation state-sponsored activity is shrouded in secrecy in terms of capabilities and the technology they use for conducting information operations against other countries and/or terrorist and extremist groups. The countries that have been vocal about their cyber capabilities are the folowing: China The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has formulated a cyber warfare doctrine that outlines a strategy to become the world’s leader in terms of cyber warfare.

We believe that profit and gain are the main factors that drive people to do what they do—right or wrong. But was this always the case? That is the question.

SUMMARY In this preface, we discussed the capabilities of various cyber actors and models that help articulate the characteristics and sophistication levels of a variety of groups. One key element is attribution of the attacker, and toward that end, we gave a few examples of methods for tracing attribution. Attribution on a global level does require a lot more analysis and clarity, however. In terms of criminal activity across borders, it requires the help of state and local law enforcement and information from ISPs, which can take a long time if the attack is coming from another country.

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