Ken Maxon, By:
Davis Ashura, Narrated by: If we put ourselves in the hands of untrustworthy actors - and many of the ones he portrays as trustworthy are not - the problems posed by technology and connectivity will become worse, not better.
Robertson Dean, Stuxnet and the Launch of the World's First Digital Weapon, By:
Consumers' identities are being stolen, and a person's every step is being tracked and stored.
You will get an email reminder before your trial ends. Michael Connelly, Narrated by: You must read this book. This essential guide, with its dozens of examples and case studies, breaks down every element of the development and management of a cybersecurity program for the executive.
Quite terrifying actually.
His only understanding is a driving imperative to protect those who can’t defend themselves and become a warrior worthy of the name. Everything is a computer. He then offers common-sense choices for companies, governments, and individuals that can allow us to enjoy the benefits of this omnipotent age without falling prey to its vulnerabilities.
Long story short: the book warns us of unrelenting expansion of Internet into physical world - the Internet of Things - not coupled with adequate security practices.
Presenting invaluable advice from the world's most famous computer security expert, this intensely listenable collection features some of the most insightful and informative coverage of the strengths and weaknesses of computer security and the price people pay - figuratively and literally - when security fails.
The author lays out in simple terms the good and bad of our connected world, dispels the hocus Pocus often spouted. It appears that his intentions are good - and the technological facts he presents are almost 100% accurate.
Please try again. If you are following Bruce Schneier's blog etc., other blogs and keep yourself up to date then this book is not adding anything new.
What once might have been dismissed as paranoia is now a hard truth, and privacy is a luxury few can afford or understand.
The kingdom of Cornucopia was once the happiest in the world.
Marc Goodman’s book 6 yrs ago is still better.
Kevin Mitnick, Narrated by:
Ovens are computers that make things hot; refrigerators are computers that keep things cold. In One Life, Rapinoe reflects on the choices she has made, her victories and her failures, and her personal journey into social justice. After inheriting a criminal empire, the 23-year-old finds herself under threat from all sides as a rogue's gallery of larger-than-life enemies think they smell weakness.
Stine, Narrated by:
The author lays out in simple terms the good and bad of our connected world, dispels the hocus Pocus often spouted.
Stream or download thousands of included titles. He shares technological, legal, and social solutions that can help shape a more equal, private, and secure world. In the Stone of Tear, the Lord Dragon considers his next move. But this pathetic. In Click Here to Kill Everybody, renowned expert and best-selling author Bruce Schneier examines the hidden risks of this new reality.
As the Wheel turns, the winds of fate roil across the land.