If It's Smart, It's Vulnerable (Wiley)
Friday, 26 August 2022

In this book, veteran cybersecurity professional Mikko Hypponen delivers an eye-opening exploration of the best—and worst—things the internet has given us, from instant connectivity between any two points on the globe to organized ransomware gangs. Hypponen explores the transformative potential of the future of the internet, as well as those things that threaten its continued existence such as government surveillance, censorship, and organized crime.

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Author: Mikko Hypponen
Publisher: Wiley
Date: August 2022
Pages: 228
ISBN: 978-1119895183
Print: 1119895189
Kindle: B0B544M8N4
Audience: General
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Security

 

  • Insightful discussions of how law enforcement and intelligence agencies operate on the internet
  • Fulsome treatments of how money became data and the impact of the widespread use of mobile supercomputing technology
  • Explorations of how the internet has changed the world, for better and for worse
  • Engaging stories from Mikko's 30-year career in infosec

 

 

 

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