OPSEC - Operations Security - How not to get hacked

What is OPSEC?

Operations security (OPSEC) is a multidisciplinary approach for protecting information. Though the term has a wider general meaning, this guide discusses OPSEC in the context of Internet services: how to secure data against industrial espionage, blackhat hackers, law enforcement, social engineering and mass surveillance.

What is this guide?

OPSEC - Operations security is a guide and assessment tool for Internet service development. Developers, system administrators and decision makers can learn to guarantee the safety of their project against external and internal threats. The practical guide applies to one man teams as well as large organizations building websites. A special emphasis is put on high value targets in digital currencies, like Bitcoin.

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