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Thread: Computer Security Incident Handling Guide

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    Computer Security Incident Handling Guide

    Hey everyone,

    Here is a huge PDF I found while surfing around on Google. I haven't read the whole thing (it's 148 pages ) but from what I've read so far it looks like a good resource to look to if you've been hacked and are unsure what to do next.

    Not only does the main text have great information, but the appendices have a lot of good stuff too. Here's the list:

    Appendix A: Recommendations
    Appendix B: Incident Handling Scenarios
    Appendix C: Incident-Related Data Fields
    Appendix D: Glossary
    Appendix E: Acronyms
    Appendix F: Print Resources
    Appendix G: Online Tools and Resources <----- I like this one
    Appendix H: Frequently Asked Questions
    Appendix I: Crisis Handling Steps
    Appendix J: Index

    Well that's all I'm gonna tell you. Just download it and see for yourself.

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    Jan 2002
    Thanks for the PDF. I just created a handheld version for mobile reading...

    If you haven't yet read it... get
    Incident Response: Investigating Computer Crime
    by Chris Prosise, Kevin Mandia

    I've been reading it off and on for a while now. Great book with tons of great info.

    Just wish I had more than one set of eyes... I try to read too many books at once...
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