By Joesph Gustin

Cyber Terrorism: A consultant for Facility Managers addresses cyberterrorism and other kinds of terrorist task together with mailroom safeguard, bomb threats, and the consistent assaults from viruses, hackers, and different invasive courses. recognized terrorist teams are pointed out, mentioned, and their disruptive options are defined. The textual content covers the required steps wanted for prevention; the corporation's overview of vulnerability; and its emergency preparedness, prevention, incident reaction, and restoration. Containing useful, complete, and potent advice, this e-book is written in a straight-forward, reader-friendly layout for fast and simple reference.

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Hacker attacks may occur through technical means—vis à vis the vulnerabilities in the computer system. Such attacks can also occur through social engineering, or the nontechnical means to gain unauthorized access. For example, in a social engineering attack, someone makes phone calls or walks into a facility and assumes the identity of an employee or contractor. A form of temporary identity, these social engineering attacks can be very devastating. Information theft, including theft of proprietary information, data manipulation and/or physical property theft are just a few of the results of a social engineering attack.

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The information, then, is not only in the hands of the hacker but also in the hands of the original owner. Hence; the theft is virtually undetectable. Hackers also use the following techniques to gain information: • • • • Snooping. Eavesdropping. Interception. Social Engineering. Snooping—Snooping is looking through information hoping to find something important. A snooper will try to open files until information is found. Eavesdropping—Eavesdropping is generally accomplished when files are in transit from one point to another.

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