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Blackhatonomics: An Inside Look at the Economics of Cybercrime [Anglais] [Broché]

Will Gragido , Daniel Molina , John Pirc , Nick Selby
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7 janvier 2013

Blackhatonomics explains the basic economic truths of the underworld of hacking, and why people around the world devote tremendous resources to developing and implementing malware. The book provides an economic view of the evolving business of cybercrime, showing the methods and motivations behind organized cybercrime attacks, and the changing tendencies towards cyber-warfare. Written by an exceptional author team of Will Gragido, Daniel J Molina, John Pirc and Nick Selby, Blackhatonomics takes practical academic principles and backs them up with use cases and extensive interviews, placing you right into the mindset of the cyber criminal.





  • Historical perspectives of the development of malware as it evolved into a viable economic endeavour


  • Country specific cyber-crime analysis of the United States, China, and Russia, as well as an analysis of the impact of Globalization on cyber-crime.


  • Presents the behind the scenes methods used to successfully execute financially motivated attacks in a globalized cybercrime economy.


  • Provides unique insights, analysis, and useful tools for justifying corporate information security budgets.


  • Provides multiple points of view, from pure research, to corporate, to academic, to law enforcement.


  • Includes real world cybercrime case studies and profiles of high-profile cybercriminals.



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"I was asked to serve as technical editor for this book though, I admit, the work required little editing. Written by an exceptional author team, they take practical academic principles back them up with use cases and extensive interviews, placing you right into the mindset of the cyber criminal."--Andrew Hay blog, December 19, 2012 "A crack team of computer security consultants with backgrounds in the military, police, marketing, and academia present an encyclopedic resource on cybercrime for anyone responsible for computer security."--Reference and Research Book News, August 2013

Biographie de l'auteur

Will Gragido possesses over 18 years of information security experience. A former United States Marine, Mr. Gragido began his career in the data communications information security and intelligence communities. After USMC, Mr. Gragido worked within several information security consultancy roles performing and leading red teaming, penetration testing, incident response, security assessments, ethical hacking, malware analysis and risk management program development. Mr.Gragido has worked with a variety of industry leading research organizations including International Network Services, Internet Security Systems / IBM Internet Security Systems X-Force, Damballa, Cassandra Security, HP DVLabs, and now RSA NetWitness, where he leads the RSA FirstWatch Advanced Threat Intelligence team.

Will has deep expertise and knowledge in operations, analysis, management, professional services & consultancy, pre-sales / architecture and strong desire to see the industry mature and enterprises & individuals become more secure. Will is a long-standing member of the ISC2, ISACA, and ISSA. Mr.Gragido holds the CISSP and CISA certifications, as well as accreditations in the National Security Agency's Information Security Assessment Methodology (IAM) and Information Security Evaluation Methodology (IEM). Additionally, Mr.Gragido is a Faculty Member of the IANS Institute where he specializes in advanced threat, botnet, and malware analysis. Mr.Gragido is a graduate of DePaul University and is currently preparing for graduate school. An internationally sought after speaker, Will is the co-author of Cybercrime and Espionage: An Analysis of Subversive Multi-Vector Threats.

Daniel J. Molina (CISSP) is Director of Business Development for ELAM (Emerging Latin American Markets) in Kaspersky Lab. In this position, he serves as a managing director for the region, inclusive of sales, marketing, channel development, engineering and support.
Mr. Molina is considered a thought leader in the area of information security, and has been called to speak on issues such as the state of the security industry, "Security Best Practices”, "The Business Aspects to Information Security”, "Operational Efficiency in IT Security” and "The Myth of ROI in Security”, and "Capabilities Maturity Models in Security” at various industry forums worldwide. His view on security maturity has made him a sought-after resource to help explain and justify, in business terms, what users, businesses, and government entities require.
Daniel was previously Channel Sales Director for Latin America and the Caribbean at Kaspersky Lab, and first joined as part of the Field Marketing team for part of the United States.
In his previous role as Director of Advanced Solutions, and as a Security Evangelist for McAfee, Mr. Molina provided a voice to the McAfee Risk Management Process, and assists in complex and strategic opportunities for McAfee customers. He has also created curriculums, and provided training to multiple partners on Security Intelligence, and Anomaly Detection and Behavioral Forecasting models for security.
Daniel has extensive experience in enterprise security architecture design, internetworking, LAN/WAN implementation and project and team management. In addition to his role at McAfee, Daniel spent several years as a Principal Systems Architect for Q1 Labs, Solution Architect for Internet Security Systems and as an Enterprise Consultant with Entex Information Services overseeing infrastructure and Y2K project implementations for companies such as GTE, Nextel, and The Coca-Cola Company.
Daniel's background includes several years as a systems specialist and administrator with enterprise and carrier environments. Along with numerous industry and technology-specific certifications, Daniel holds the following designations: CISSP, CBS, CCSA, CCSE, MCSE+I, and others.
Daniel studied Political Science and Psychology at the University of Southern California and Economics at the University of Texas, Arlington.

John Pirc has more than 15 years of experience in Security R&D, worldwide security product management, marketing, testing, forensics, consulting, and critical infrastructure architecting and deployment. Additionally, John is an advisor to HP's CISO on Cyber Security and lectured at the US Naval Post Graduate School.

John extensive expertise in the Security field stems from past work experience with the Central Intelligence Agency in Cyber Security, as Chief Technology Officer at CSG LTD, Product Manager at Cisco, Product Line Executive for all security products at IBM Internet Security Systems, Director at McAfee's Network Defense Business Unit and currently the Director of Product Management at HP Enterprise Security Products leading the strategy for the organization's next generation security platforms.

In addition to a BBA from the University of Texas, John also holds the NSA-IAM and CEH certifications. He has been named security thought leader from SANS Institute and speaks at top tier security conferences worldwide and is most recently published in Forbes on Social Media security.

Nick Selby has been an information security analyst and consultant for more than a decade, and has worked in physical security and intelligence consulting in various roles since 1993. In 2005 he established the information security practice at industry analyst firm The 451 Group, where he conducted in-depth technical briefings and consulted more than 1000 technology vendors. Nick has consulted hundreds of venture-backed startups on understanding their competitive landscape, on product development and feature enhancements, user interface and security. He has consulted US and European governments, more than 80 investment banks, more than 20 venture capital firms; on the investment side, to better understand the technology and landscape of the companies into which they invested, and on the operations side on securing their intellectual property and processes. In 2007 he was appointed VP of Research Operations at 451, where he managed more than
35 technology analysts, developing analysis products and technologies to leverage their insights. Since 2006 Selby has served on the faculty of IANS Research. His work consulting F500 companies on data theft and industrial espionage has placed him at the leading edge of firms helping those under attack by adaptive, persistent adversaries, and he is experienced at managing attacks and architecting recovery networks.
Since 2008 he has focused on law enforcement intelligence, and he works part-time as a sworn police officer in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, investigating cyber crime. He teaches continuing legal education on cyber crime for prosecutors in one of the country's largest jurisdictions, and writes the TechTalk column for Law Officer Magazine. He is the CEO of StreetCred Software, which produces software that helps law enforcement serve fugitive arrest warrants through predictive intelligence.

Détails sur le produit

  • Broché: 216 pages
  • Editeur : Syngress (7 janvier 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1597497401
  • ISBN-13: 978-1597497404
  • Dimensions du produit: 23,1 x 18,8 x 1,8 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Anatomy of Cybercrime 11 août 2013
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Comme son nom l’indique, l’ouvrage s’intéresse à la cybercriminalité sous ses formes les plus diverses (phishing, hacktivism, malwares, social engineering, etc.). Les auteurs présentent assez précisément les profils des différents types de hackers, leurs techniques ainsi que leurs motivations. Ces motivations sont nombreuses:
- Challenge intellectuel (prestige de réussir à pénétrer tel système)
- Protestation (hacktivisme type anonymous)
- But purement lucratif (mafia, entreprises peu scrupuleuses)
- Espionnage (industriel, gouvernemental)
- etc. (vengeance personnelle, stalking, etc.)

Dans ce livre, les auteurs mettent l’accent sur le côté lucratif du hacking qui peut rapporter gros s’il est bien organisé (communautés, entreprises, mafias voir états). Un intérêt particulier est porté sur l’historique et l’évolution du hacking à travers le temps et son orientation depuis quelques années. En effet, le stéréotype du boutonneux introverti ne colle plus avec le hacker du XXIe siècle, qui se veut le plus souvent affilié à une organisation criminelle, militaire, industrielle ou gouvernementale.

Bref, un très bon ouvrage pour les passionnés de sécurité et les personnes voulant en apprendre un peu plus sur le milieu!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Blackhatonomics: A Review 4 janvier 2013
Par E. R. "Mike" Anders - Publié sur Amazon.com
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"Blackhatonomics" is an ambitious, and indeed a courageous effort, considering the depth and scope of the subject matter, to explain the rise of cyber-crime and cyber-criminality from the earliest days of Phone phreaking to the "Cracking, Hacking, and Hactivism" of today. In a large measure, the authors succeed in their slim, but directly concise offering. Each author brings an individual perspective and a wealth of knowledge and a deep understanding of not only the problems associated with cyber-crime, but many useful solutions as well.

Taking on such a complex, technical, and often controversial subject as Cyber-crime, where often there is no legal consensus, much less a universally accepted definition of what constitutes a "cybercrime" in the first place, is indeed daunting. Experts and lay-persons alike often have their own opinions, informed or not about what cyber-crime is now, and what cyber-crime has been, and what cyber threats hold for the future. The authors themselves are not shy in enumerating the challenges faced by those who are charged with protecting each of us, and all of us from those who would take what they will in property and treasure through deception, fraud, and outright theft by exploiting a host of vulnerabilities found in cyberspace. "Blackhatonomics" should be required reading for anyone interested in cyber-security, if not by all who "surf" the World Wide Web, which has become, in many cases very much the "Wild, Wild West" when it comes to cyber-crime, and cyber-criminals.

Names are named. Exploits revealed, and law enforcement successes recounted. The history of the birth, growth, and expansion of cyberspace, from ARPANET to the WWW we know today is well explained and documented within the pages of this very readable work. The references at the end of each chapter are of excellent quality and accessible for the reader's own Internet review. If you are a CEO, CIO, school teacher, police investigator, or just want to understand the basic economics behind the rising "tsunami" of cyber-crime today, I urge you to read this book!
- Mike Anders, Cyber Security Analyst, CEH, C|HFI, Network+, Security+
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Thorough, expert, and focused 6 février 2013
Par Glenn Snow - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I found this book focused on exactly what you'd expect, the economics of black-hat hacking and cybercrime. It doesn't try to wander off into other topics, nor does it take out the soap box and rant. It's an expertly researched, clearly written, and well structured examination of the topic.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Well rounded book 5 mars 2013
Par Brenden P. Frankel - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Cybercrime is an imminent issue today, and getting well-educated on the subject is vital.
This book, written by Will Gragido and John Pirc, help to define Cybercrime, and the costs associated with its impact on society.
With expertese in the CIA and the highest understanding of what the bad guys are doing, these authors share information in a digestable way.

Great book.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 An Inside Look at the Economics of Cybercrime 6 octobre 2013
Par Aleksander B. Hansen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In Blackhatonomics, Will Gragido, Daniel Molina, John Pirc and Nick Selby take you on a fascinating tour of the world of cyber-criminals. Delving into interesting case studies and the economics of cyber-crime, this book would likely be of interest to those intrigued by cyber-security, as well as those who seek a better understanding of the economics behind cybercrime and what drives that part of the "underground economy."

As a professional economist and computer programmer, this book caught my attention, as it covers cyber-crime from a different angle than other books on the subject. In particular it helps explain something which I always wondered about: what's in it for the cyber-criminals? Why not put their skills to use at something more productive? Well, this book does give some interesting answers to this and other questions, and shows what incentivises cyber-criminals to pursue their activities. Along the way the authors cover some interesting case studies, which provides some empirical backing for their work as well as insights into the world of cyber-criminals.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting real-life examples made this a quick read 28 septembre 2013
Par TOB - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The experience of the writing team was readily apparent with the use cases and examples from the field. Useful context and balanced perspective defined the current state of the global threat landscape and some practical recommendations for improvement (Enforcement, Legislative and Practitioner).

I enjoyed the approach with providing the metrics behind the risk without being threatened with doomsday.
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