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Denial of Service (DoS) Hardening Audit

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The goals of the ERE DoS hardening audit are to:

  • make the electronic network less susceptible to attacks which block traffic and render the network  unavailable to communicate over the Internet.
  • reduce the recovery time from an attack.

Non Disruptive Assessment
Key elements of an ERE DoS hardening audit are to :

  • Perform sensitivity analysis to identify assets and resources to be protected from attack.
  • Identify vulnerabilities to DoS in network architecture and Internet interconnectivity.
  • Identify omissions in policy about DoS.
  • Identify lack of compliance to policy in IT and IT security processes.

Make recommendations for:

  • changes to policy, including working with ISPs and law enforcement.
  • improvements in policy compliance and security processes, including disaster avoidance and disaster recovery plans with ISPs.
  • network architecture.
  • acquiring anti – DoS technology.

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  Product Literature  
  White Papers and Published Articles
   
  Please see Ron Lepofsky’s book,
The Manager’s Guide to Web Application Security,
published by Apress Media

http://www.apress.com/9781484201497

The Manager's Guide to Web Application Security is a concise, information-packed guide to application security risks every organization faces, written in plain language, with guidance on how to deal with those issues quickly and effectively.

 
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