Chapter 15

The Analysis Process


The most important component of NSM is the analysis process. This is where the analyst takes the output from a detection mechanism and accesses various data sources to collect information that can help them determine whether something detrimental to the network or the information stored on it has actually happened. The process the analyst goes through in order to accomplish this is called the analysis process.

The final chapter discusses the analysis process as a whole. This begins with a discussion of the analysis process, and then breaks down into examples of two different analysis processes; relational investigation and differential diagnosis. Following this, the lessons learned process of incident morbidity ...

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