Beginner’s Guide to Open Source Incident Response Tools & Resources

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In this beginner’s guide, you’ll read about the best open source tools for incident response, resources for how and when to use them, and how to determine the source of an attack.

Topics cover the three A’s of incident response: Ammunition, Attribution and Awareness

Ammunition – Finding the right open source tools for incident responseAttribution – Identifying ownership on the anonymous internetAwareness – Emphasizing the importance of security at your organization



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