Open Access Books
Open Access Books#
Continuous learning is key for cyber security.
Learning (new) Cyber security techniques, vulnerabilities or new protection measures does not have to be boring and expensive.
The best security professionals share their knowledge under an open access license. So besides checking OWASP use, reuse the quality open access cyber security as provided here.
A modern practical book about cryptography for developers with code examples. Practical Cryptography for Developers: https://cryptobook.nakov.com/
The Joy of Cryptography is a free undergraduate textbook that introduces students to the fundamentals of provable security. A lot of math. But this is crucial to really understand crypto.
Created by Mike Rosulek. A cryptographer and associate professor in the School of EECS at Oregon State University.
DDoS QUICK GUIDE#
Great Guide with a simple but good overview of all DDoS methods and possible protection methods.
IoT Security Reference Architecture for the Healthcare Industry#
A growing number of health-related IoT devices are currently available in the marketplace, each incorporating different aspects of the reference architectures explored in this document. Before standard solutions are available, health device developers, OEMs and IT managers should be able to identify the primary IoT and security management needs for their IoT for health solutions by using this reference architecture in conjunction with suitable risk assessment.
Malware Reverse Engineering Handbook#
This handbook by CCDCOE Technology Branch researchers gives an overview of how to analyse malware executables that are targeting the Windows platform. The authors are presenting the most common techniques used in malware investigation including set up of LAB environment, network analysis, behavioural analysis, static and dynamic code analysis. The reader will become familiar with disassemblers, debuggers, sandboxes, system and network monitoring tools. Incident response and collaboration tools are also introduced.
Programming Differential Privacy#
Programming Differential Privacy, A book about differential privacy, for programmers A great open book on this important security topic. Programming Differential Privacy uses examples and Python code to explain the ideas behind differential privacy! The book is suitable for undergraduate students in computer science, and no theory background is expected.
Programming Differential Privacy is executable. Using JupyterBook, so the same Sphinx based Jupyter tool chain as this Security Architecture book. Each chapter is actually generated from Python code. Programming Differential Privacy is a living, open-source book. Link to the GitHub repository.
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