The Art of Hacking (Indy Pub)
Friday, 14 August 2020

In this book, subtitled "Ancient Wisdom for Cybersecurity Defense", Information Security professional Ken May takes the reader through choice bits of wisdom in the most lauded writings about warfare, political intrigue, martial arts, history, and strategy, and shows how it can pertain to protecting modern data systems. From Sun Tzu to Machiavelli, from Thucydides to Musashi, the tools and techniques may change, but the primary principles remain the same. This edition includes original language source texts, when available.

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Author: Ken May
Publisher: Ken May
Date: June 2020
Pages: 208
ISBN: 978-1087894867
Print: 1087894867
Kindle: B089YRT7TK
Audience: Developers interested in security and history
Level: Introductory
Category: Security 

 

 

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