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Preface xi Acknowledgements xv Foreword xvii 1 The Basics of Physical Penetration Testing 1 What Do Penetration Testers Do? 2 Security Testing in the Real World 2 Legal and Procedural Issues 4 Know the Enemy 8 Engaging a Penetration Testing Team 9 Summary 10 2 Planning Your Physical Penetration Tests 11 Building the Operating Team 12 Project Planning and Workflow 15 Codes, Call Signs and Communication 26 Summary 28 3 Executing Tests 29 Common Paradigms for Conducting Tests 30 Conducting Site Exploration 31 Example Tactical Approaches 34 Mechanisms of Physical Security 36 Summary 50 4 An Introduction to Social Engineering Techniques 51 Introduction to Guerilla Psychology 53 Tactical Approaches to Social Engineering 61 Summary 66 5 Lock Picking 67 Lock Picking as a Hobby 68 Introduction to Lock Picking 72 Advanced Techniques 80 Attacking Other Mechanisms 82 Summary 86 6 Information Gathering 89 Dumpster Diving 90 Shoulder Surfing 99 Collecting Photographic Intelligence 102 Finding Information From Public Sources and the Internet 107 Electronic Surveillance 115 Covert Surveillance 117 Summary 119 7 Hacking Wireless Equipment 121 Wireless Networking Concepts 122 Introduction to Wireless Cryptography 125 Cracking Encryption 131 Attacking a Wireless Client 144 Mounting a Bluetooth Attack 150 Summary 153 8 Gathering the Right Equipment 155 The ''Get of Jail Free'' Card 155 Photography and Surveillance Equipment 157 Computer Equipment 159 Wireless Equipment 160 Global Positioning Systems 165 Lock Picking Tools 167 Forensics Equipment 169 Communications Equipment 170 Scanners 171 Summary 175 9 Tales from the Front Line 177 SCADA Raiders 177 Night Vision 187 Unauthorized Access 197 Summary 204 10 Introducing Security Policy Concepts 207 Physical Security 208 Protectively Marked or Classified GDI Material 213 Protective Markings in the Corporate World 216 Communications Security 218 Staff Background Checks 221 Data Destruction 223 Data Encryption 224 Outsourcing Risks 225 Incident Response Policies 226 Summary 228 11 Counter Intelligence 229 Understanding the Sources of Information Exposure 230 Social Engineering Attacks 235 Protecting Against Electronic Monitoring 239 Securing Refuse 240 Protecting Against Tailgating and Shoulder Surfing 241 Performing Penetration Testing 242 Baseline Physical Security 245 Summary 247 Appendix A: UK Law 249 Computer Misuse Act 249 Human Rights Act 251 Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 252 Data Protection Act 253 Appendix B: US Law 255 Computer Fraud and Abuse Act 255 Electronic Communications Privacy Act 256 SOX and HIPAA 257 Appendix C: EU Law 261 European Network and Information Security Agency 261 Data Protection Directive 263 Appendix D: Security Clearances 265 Clearance Procedures in the United Kingdom 266 Levels of Clearance in the United Kingdom 266 Levels of Clearance in the United States 268 Appendix E: Security Accreditations 271 Certified Information Systems Security Professional 271 Communication-Electronics Security Group CHECK 272 Global Information Assurance Certification 274 INFOSEC Assessment and Evaluation 275 Index 277

About the Author

Wil Allsopp (Netherlands) is an IT security expert who has provided security audits for some of the largest companies in the UK including top tier banking, government and most of the Fortune 100. His job requires him to be part hacker, and part thief as companies hire him to probe their security measures to the extreme.

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