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Real-Time and Retrospective Analyses of Cyber Security

Real-Time and Retrospective Analyses of Cyber Security
Author(s)/Editor(s): David Anthony Bird (British Computer Society, UK)
Copyright: ©2021
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-3979-8
ISBN13: 9781799839798
ISBN10: 1799839796
EISBN13: 9781799839804


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Society is continually transforming into a digitally powered reality due to the increased dependence of computing technologies. The landscape of cyber threats is constantly evolving because of this, as hackers are finding improved methods of accessing essential data. Analyzing the historical evolution of cyberattacks can assist practitioners in predicting what future threats could be on the horizon.

Real-Time and Retrospective Analyses of Cyber Security is a pivotal reference source that provides vital research on studying the development of cybersecurity practices through historical and sociological analyses. While highlighting topics such as zero trust networks, geopolitical analysis, and cyber warfare, this publication explores the evolution of cyber threats, as well as improving security methods and their socio-technological impact. This book is ideally designed for researchers, policymakers, strategists, officials, developers, educators, sociologists, and students seeking current research on the evolution of cybersecurity methods through historical analysis and future trends.

Author's/Editor's Biography

David Bird
David Bird holds a Master’s Degree in Computing for Commerce and Industry – both with the Open University; he has also been awarded a National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Level 7 qualification in Engineering by the City and Guilds Institute and NQF Level 6 in Intelligence Management and Leadership and Management. He is a Chartered Fellow of the British Computer Society, a Fellow of the Institute of Analysts and Programmers, a Fellow of the Institute of Scientific and Technical Communicators (ISTC), a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management, Member of the Learning Performance Institute and a Member of the Institution of Engineering Technology. He has had many articles published in several reputable magazines comprising topical technical and information security subject matter that includes: British Computer Society ITNoW and Digital Leaders editions, CyberTalk and the Institute of Information Security Professionals Pulse Magazine. He has a published chapter entitled ‘The collaborative effects of cyberspace’ in a book published by the Institute of Scientific and Technical Communicators. David also has published papers in the IEEE Xplore and ACM Digital libraries.


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