The Cybersecurity to English Dictionary by Raef MeeuwisseThe Cybersecurity to English Dictionary by Raef Meeuwisse

The Cybersecurity to English Dictionary

byRaef Meeuwisse

Paperback | February 6, 2017

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The speed of change in the world of cybersecurity is amazing. If you attend any meeting where cybersecurity is discussed, it can be like listening to a foreign language: blue team, black hat, metamorphic malware, steganography What are these people talking about? This dictionary began life as the reference section at the back of 'Cybersecurity for Beginners' and has now taken on a life of its own, with hundreds of the primary cybersecurity terms defined. This book is designed to be a useful companion for anyone who wants to keep up on cybersecurity terms or confound others with their understanding. Finally, cybersecurity does not need to sound like a different language.  A clear and concise dictionary of cybersecurity terminology suitable for both the expert and layman.

Raef Meeuwisse holds multiple certifications for information security and authored the security control framework for a Fortune 20 company. He also created AdaptiveGRC, the world's first single data source / zero replication governance, risk management and compliance suite. He is an interim CISO for hire and an entertaining internation...
Title:The Cybersecurity to English DictionaryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:108 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.22 inPublished:February 6, 2017Publisher:Cyber Simplicity LtdLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:191145210X

ISBN - 13:9781911452102

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Table of Contents

A is for Advanced Persistent Threats 13B is for Botnet 21C is for Cloud 28D is for Dwell-Time 40E is for Exploit 49F is for Firewall 51G is for Governance 53H is for Hacker 54I is for Indicators Of Compromise (IOC) 56J is for Java 62K is for Kill Chain 63L is for Logic Bomb 64M is for Malware 65N is for Network Segmentation 70O is for OWASP 73P is for Patch Management 74Q is for Quarantine 81R is for Rainbow Tables 82S is for Steganography 85T is for Takedown 94U is for URL 97V is for Vector 99W is for White Hat 101X is for XSS 102Y is for Y2K 102Z is for Zero Day 103Numbers 104