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A Traveler's Guide to Cyber Security

A Traveler's Guide to Cyber Security

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by Jeffrey Carr
     
 
This book provides concise, non-technical advice for business travelers who need to protect their mobile devices and critical business data from being compromised while traveling to high risk destinations in Asia, the European Union, Russia, Brazil, Israel and elsewhere. It does this by helping the reader determine his personal Cyber Risk Index™ and provides

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This book provides concise, non-technical advice for business travelers who need to protect their mobile devices and critical business data from being compromised while traveling to high risk destinations in Asia, the European Union, Russia, Brazil, Israel and elsewhere. It does this by helping the reader determine his personal Cyber Risk Index™ and provides customized security advice accordingly.

Jeffrey Carr (CEO, Taia Global, Inc.) is also the author of "Inside Cyber Warfare: Mapping the Cyber Underworld" (O'Reilly Media 2009) and the founder and CEO of Taia Global, Inc. He has presented briefings at the US Army War College, Air Force Institute of Technology, Chief of Naval Operations Strategic Study Group, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and the CIA's Open Source Center, among others.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780985230203
Publisher:
Taia Global, Inc.
Publication date:
03/04/2012
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
414 KB

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As a information security professional, I was curious what advice the author was giving and if the book would perhaps be useful for pointing my customers to. Unfortunately, I found that that was not the case. The book is 39 pages long, on my nook. The first few chapters spend time creating a risk index that, while potentially useful, is far from novel. The advice provided on the established risk levels is highly repetitive, further padding the book. The advise for Severe/High covers everything, then moderate and low are copy/pastes of it with points removed as your risk goes down. After working through all of that, you find that it was all really an advertisement for a smart phone app named Saya that is coming out.... The remainder of the book is a collection of news articles and heavy quoting from presentations. Overall, I didn't find the book useful for myself or for referring others to.