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Microservices Security in Action teaches readers how to secure their microservices applications code and infrastructure. After a straightforward introduction to the challenges of microservices security, the book covers fundamentals to secure both the application perimeter and service-to-service communication. Following a hands-on example, readers explore how to deploy and secure microservices behind an API gateway as well as how to access microservices accessed by a single-page application (SPA). Key Features Key microservices security fundamentals Securing service-to-service communication with mTLS and JWT Deploying and securing microservices with Docker Using Kubernetes security Securing event-driven microservices Using the Istio Service Mesh For developers well-versed in microservices design principles who have a basic familiarity with Java. About the technology As microservices continue to change enterprise application systems, developers and architects must learn to integrate security into their design and implementation. Because microservices are created as a system of independent components, each a possible point of failure, they can multiply the security risk. Prabath Siriwardena is the vice president of security architecture at WSO2, a company that produces open source software, and has more than 12 years of experience in the identity management and security domain. Nuwan Dias is the director of API architecture at WSO2 and has worked in the software industry for more than 7 years, most of which he spent focusing on the API management domain. Both have helped build security designs for Fortune 500 companies including Boeing, Verizon, Nissan, HP, and GE.
This book taps into an inherent paradox: with the ease of reliance on external, cloud providers to provide robust functionality and regular enhancements comes, as their very own audited service organization control (SOC) reports are quick to point out, the need for client organizations to devise and sustain a system of effective internal controls. By addressing the practitioner in the field, it provides tangible, cost effective and thus pragmatic means to mitigate key risks whilst leveraging built-in cloud capabilities and overarching principles of effective system design.
Modern critical infrastructures comprise of many interconnected cyber and physical assets, and as such are large scale cyber-physical systems. Hence, the conventional approach of securing these infrastructures by addressing cyber security and physical security separately is no longer effective. Rather more integrated approaches that address the security of cyber and physical assets at the same time are required. This book presents integrated (i.e. cyber and physical) security approaches and technologies for the critical infrastructures that underpin our societies. Specifically, it introduces advanced techniques for threat detection, risk assessment and security information sharing, based on leading edge technologies like machine learning, security knowledge modelling, IoT security and distributed ledger infrastructures. Likewise, it presets how established security technologies like Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), pen-testing, vulnerability assessment and security data analytics can be used in the context of integrated Critical Infrastructure Protection. The novel methods and techniques of the book are exemplified in case studies involving critical infrastructures in four industrial sectors, namely finance, healthcare, energy and communications. The peculiarities of critical infrastructure protection in each one of these sectors is discussed and addressed based on sector-specific solutions. The advent of the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0) is expected to increase the cyber-physical nature of critical infrastructures as well as their interconnection in the scope of sectorial and cross-sector value chains. Therefore, the demand for solutions that foster the interplay between cyber and physical security, and enable Cyber-Physical Threat Intelligence is likely to explode. In this book, we have shed light on the structure of such integrated security systems, as well as on the technologies that will underpin their operation. We hope that Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection stakeholders will find the book useful when planning their future security strategies.
Enhance Windows security and protect your systems and servers from various cyber attacks Key Features Protect your device using a zero-trust approach and advanced security techniques Implement efficient security measures using Microsoft Intune, Configuration Manager, and Azure solutions Understand how to create cyber-threat defense solutions effectively Book DescriptionAre you looking for effective ways to protect Windows-based systems from being compromised by unauthorized users? Mastering Windows Security and Hardening is a detailed guide that helps you gain expertise when implementing efficient security measures and creating robust defense solutions. We will begin with an introduction to Windows security fundamentals, baselining, and the importance of building a baseline for an organization. As you advance, you will learn how to effectively secure and harden your Windows-based system, protect identities, and even manage access. In the concluding chapters, the book will take you through testing, monitoring, and security operations. In addition to this, you'll be equipped with the tools you need to ensure compliance and continuous monitoring through security operations. By the end of this book, you'll have developed a full understanding of the processes and tools involved in securing and hardening your Windows environment. What you will learn Understand baselining and learn the best practices for building a baseline Get to grips with identity management and access management on Windows-based systems Delve into the device administration and remote management of Windows-based systems Explore security tips to harden your Windows server and keep clients secure Audit, assess, and test to ensure controls are successfully applied and enforced Monitor and report activities to stay on top of vulnerabilities Who this book is forThis book is for system administrators, cybersecurity and technology professionals, solutions architects, or anyone interested in learning how to secure their Windows-based systems. A basic understanding of Windows security concepts, Intune, Configuration Manager, Windows PowerShell, and Microsoft Azure will help you get the best out of this book.
Today all kinds of ubiquitous systems, led by wireless sensor networks, can be seen as an unprecedented privacy risk given their ability to collect information on quantities and situations so far unsuspected. There is therefore an urgent need to develop mechanisms to ensure privacy in sensor networks. Location Privacy in Wireless Sensor Networks focuses on location privacy, by which an attacker might determine the source and destination of communications with simple techniques. This poses a serious threat as the attacker might use this information to reach the assets or individuals being monitored or even to destroy or compromise the whole network. This book will aid in the protection against this serious privacy threat.
This book presents state-of-the-art contributions from both scientists and practitioners working in intrusion detection and prevention for mobile networks, services, and devices. It covers fundamental theory, techniques, applications, as well as practical experiences concerning intrusion detection and prevention for the mobile ecosystem. It also includes surveys, simulations, practical results and case studies.
Following a detailed overview of cooperative communications and the physical layer security, this book proposes relay and jammer selection schemes for security in one-way cooperative networks and to improve physical layer security in two-way cooperative networks. It also proposes a Cooperative Hybrid Self-Healing scheme to enhance the confidentiality of the data collected by UWSN. It ends with a proposal called Self-Healing Cluster Controlled Mobility (SH-CCM) scheme based on hybrid cooperation between both Proactive and Reactive peers and the sick sensors at both network and cluster levels to guarantee the security in UWSN.
With ever more of our commercial and personal lives occurring electronically, network security is vital. When networks don't have secure foundations, malware steals from us, invades our privacy, and threatens our safety. This guide uncovers the technology behind network security: its strengths, weaknesses, past, and future. It answers fundamental questions like: How do you identify yourself and prevent others from impersonating you? How do you communicate with others? How do you maintain your privacy? How do you buy and sell things? As a tutorial, it explains sophisticated concepts in a friendly and intuitive manner. As a reference, it covers concepts and techniques rigorously and in depth. The authors cover a wide spectrum of topics essential for securing web-based transactions, including public and secret key cryptography, hashes/message digests, signatures, authentication, blockchains, electronic money, secret sharing, and multiparty computation. They also address exciting emerging issues such as quantum computing, post-quantum algorithms, homomorphic encryption, and secure multiparty computation. Wherever math beyond high school algebra is needed, Network Security, 3rd Edition covers what students and other readers need to know, making it a self-contained solution suitable for undergraduate students, graduate students, and working engineers alike. To support learning and mastery, it also includes extensive homework problems, fully updated to reflect current concepts and technologies.