"A comprehensive guide. Certain to make the reader a better information security practitioner, and their network more secure."
—Ben Rothke, Slashdot (Read More)
"If you are in cyber security, this is a must read. The book is the best resource for tools I have seen anywhere."
—Stephen Northcutt, SANS Institute (Read More)
"A very well written technical book. I would recommend this for anyone getting into the field of incident response who doesn't have a great understanding of NSM."
—Greg Hetrick, PaulDotCom (Read More)
"Deploying NSM not only means you can quickly identify, contain, and remediate intrusions, it gives you insight into the network as a whole."
—Michael W. Lucas, author of Absolute OpenBSD, 2nd Edition (Read More)
"The Practice of Network Security Monitoring: the best surveillance book you'll read anytime soon."
—Peter N. M. Hansteen, author of The Book of PF (Read More)
"This gem from No Starch Press covers the life-cycle of Network Security Monitoring (NSM) in great detail and leans on Security Onion as its backbone. I recommend an immediate download of the latest version of Security Onion and a swift purchase of Richard’s book."
—Russ McRee, senior security analyst, Microsoft (Read More)
"The principles Bejtlich outlines for running your security monitoring are the kind of best practice you should apply to any important server."
—Mary Branscombe, ZDNet (Read More)
"If you want to know what to do when intruders arrive on your network and how to best prepare for that eventuality, you must read this book."
—Sandra Henry-Stocker, ITWorld (Read More)
"Bejtlich is a master of his craft and also possesses the rare gift of being able to share his knowledge in a comprehensible way."
—Richard Austin, IEEE Cipher (Read More)
"As tech books go, it's a pretty fun ride."
—Michael Larsen, Testhead (Read More)