The Killer Web Applications
- Anthony Bradley
- Michael Cross, Computer Forensic Analyst with the Niagara Regional Police Service, Canada
- Gadi Evron, Former Internet Security Operations Manager for the Israeli government, Founder of the Israeli government's Computer Emergency Response Team
- David Harley, David Harley has been researching and writing about malicious software and other security issues since the end of the 1980s. From 2001 to 2006 he worked in the UK's National Health Service as a National Infrastructure Security Manager, where he specialized in the management of malicious software and all forms of email abuse, as well as running the Threat Assessment Centre, and has worked since as an independent author and consultant for Small Blue-Green World. He joined ESET's Research team in January 2008. He was co-author of
Viruses Revealed(McGraw-Hill) and lead author and technical editor of The AVIEN Malware Defense Guide for the Enterprise(Syngress), as well as a contributor to Botnets: the Killer Web App(Syngress). He has contributed chapters to many other books on security and education for publishers such as Wiley, Pearson and Vieweg, as well as a multitude of specialist articles and conference papers. In his copious free time he is Chief Operations Officer for AVIEN (the Anti-Virus Information Exchange Network) and administers the MAC Virus web site.
- Chris Ries, Security Research Engineer for VigilantMinds Inc.
- Carsten Willems By
- Craig Schiller, CISO for Portland State University and President of Hawkeye Security Training, LLC
- James Binkley, Teacher, network engineer, and researcher, Portland State University, USA
Information security officers, network administrators, system administrators, incident response teams, security researchers, law enforcement, and security/network software developers are the primary audience for this book. The secondary audience includes CIOs and IT managers and directors who are being questioned by board members and executives about this new threat.
- Published: February 2007
- Imprint: SYNGRESS
- ISBN: 978-1-59749-135-8