Cyber Security: Learn The Basics of Cyber Security, Threat Management, Cyber Warfare Concepts and Executive-Level Policies. (Paperback)
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"The Internet Is A Warzone - Cyber Security and Online Threat Management is a Requirement Today"Technology is changing fast, we know this. But A.I. and Automation are game changers for security and threatsCompanies that can use technology wisely and well are booming, companies that make bad or no technology choices collapse and disappear. The cloud, smart devices and the ability to connect almost any object to the internet are an essential landscape to use but are also fraught with new risks and dangers of a magnitude never seen before. The bad actors are in on this too and it creates a real problem right now for every individual and business.This book is for anyone that has an interest to protect themselves digitally, for the aspiring cyber security job entrant or seeker that needs some base knowledge to get in the field, for the smart business owner or executive that wants to prevent that one event that can wipe out their business overnight, or present a smart plant to prevent that to your boss.This book was written to provide easy insights in the essentials of cyber security, even if you have a non-technical background.Cybercrimes and cyber attacks are a real threat and are as dangerous as an armed intruder - yet millions of Americans and businesses are complacent or simply uninformed of how to protect themselves."Learn the Basics of Cyber Security, Threat Management, Cyber Warfare Concepts and Executive-Level Policies"closes that knowledge gap in a simple easy read by using real-life threat scenarios and methodologies.Did You Know? Your home router is being scanned and pinged from automated software that can do this with millions of IP addresses globally. It's not even a person, hacking has become automated, and you are the target. You have network intrusions, web app attacks, router firmware attacks and exploits (how often do you log into your home router to check logs?), hardly anyone does this..Why are you a target? Because any information that can be gathered about you can be sold to the cyber black market for huge profits, when gathered in a pool with others. Why do you think those massive cyber attacks on companies like Target and Walmart acquire databases of millions of customers, because the goals is to resell all that information to a criminal buyer for massive profits.Often hackers will not even use the info they are stealing (notice this is a verb and not past tense) from you, but will simply collect and pool with other victims on a global and persistent basis, all for the simple goal of profit. Real hackers don't care about you; they just want your data and information.It is similar to the "legal hackers", which I refer to as marketing analytic companies, such as; independent analytics vendors, trackers, Google and Facebook, for example, that track your every moment across online websites and physical stores, then sell your intimate data to marketers or companies that pay for online ads, and also to government agencies. But this is legal and there is nothing to stop it because it has already been in place now for over 15+ years and there are laws the marketing companies have to comply with, and they are quite strict and come with severe penalties for violations.Do you even have an Ethernet connected computer anymore at home? What about your business, do you have a well-configured firewall, wireless security policy, segmented networks, acceptable use policies and a cyber attack disaster plan? Do you even know what a cyber attack looks like? Here is realistic example;NOTHING. A moderate cyber attack on a business OR HOME can happen without you even knowing.Don't delay, scroll to the top and click the "Buy Now" button to get instant access to this book, if you purchase the Paperback version, you get the Kindle copy for FREE.