I recently contributed a chapter titled “Advanced Technologies/Tactics Techniques, Procedures (TTPs): Closing the Attack Window, and Thresholds for Reporting and Containment” that was published in an anthology Best Practices in Computer Network Defense: Incident Detection and Response, published by the IOS press. In the chapter, I recommend a number of TTPs that can move the cybersecurity balance of power away from adversaries to infrastructure defenders. Acting on the TTPs I propose—including focusing hard work and clear thinking on network security basics—will pay maximum dividends for the cybersecurity defender.
The book’s publishers have graciously granted me permission to reproduce the chapter on the Cisco website, and you are welcome to read it here. Please take a moment to read it and let me know what you think in the form of comments on this blog post.
Thanks in advance for your thoughts and reasonably well considered opinions!