Predicting Malicious Behavior
Posted on 08 October 2012.
Predicting Malicious Behavior combines real-world security scenarios with actual tools to predict and prevent incidents of terrorism, network hacking, individual criminal behavior, and more.


Written by an expert with intelligence officer experience who invented the technology, it explores the keys to understanding the dark side of human nature, various types of security threats (current and potential), and how to construct a methodology to predict and combat malicious behavior.

The companion CD demonstrates available detection and prediction systems and presents a walkthrough on how to conduct a predictive analysis that highlights proactive security measures.
  • Guides you through the process of predicting malicious behavior, using real world examples and how malicious behavior may be prevented in the future
  • Illustrates ways to understand malicious intent, dissect behavior, and apply the available tools and methods for enhancing security
  • Covers the methodology for predicting malicious behavior, how to apply a predictive methodology, and tools for predicting the likelihood of domestic and global threats.





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