In addition to Chapter 18 from Tao, I noticed Chapter 3 from my third book, Extrusion Detection: Security Monitoring for Internal Intrusions is also online at SearchSecurityChannel.com.
This book has been getting some attention because it starts with the premise that your internal network is compromised. Given that assumption, how do you detect, contain, and eradicate intruders on your network? The model applies well to insider and outsider threats.
I consider Extrusion to be a companion volume to Tao, and as such I recommend reading Tao first and then Extrusion. Real Digital Forensics is a book where network security monitoring, network incident response, and network forensics are intergrated with host- and memory-centric security operations.