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After reading this chapter, the reader should be able to: 1.Describe trends in computer crimes and protection against viruses and denial-of-service attacks. 2.Enumerate techniques to combat “cracker” attacks. 3.Discuss the history of computer crimes. 4.Describe several different cyber-attacker approaches and motivations. 5.Identify the professional’s role in security and the tradeoffs involved. 6. Develop measures to be taken both by individuals themselves and by organizations (including government) to prevent identity theft.
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“Section A: The Nature and Definition of a Critical Infrastructure.” http://www.nipc.gov/nipcfaq.html
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“Computer Attacks: What They Are and How to Defend Against Them,” ITL Bulletins, May 1999. http://www.nist.gov/itl/lab/bulletins/may99.html
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