Businesses, Hackers, Hactivists, Governments, Law enforcement, Criminals, Mafia, Con Artists, Bullies, Ex es, Stalkers (almost everyone) can access intimate details about your life and they don't even have to try hard to get that info.
All the gadgets you use generate tons of data which is stored in systems accessible to almost everyone in the world.
This data exists 'forever' and never gets deleted even if you decided to close all your online accounts.
You don't even need to have online presence, your name, address, credit information, vehicle plates; everything is tracked and stored in some database somewhere.
This data is then get sold, sliced, diced, hacked and shared with (out) your consent. Have you ever read the ‘Terms of Service’ completely before you clicked that ‘I Agree’ button?
So far the book doesn't provide any solutions. Hopefully there will be some solution before the last page.
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- 品牌 : Doubleday
- ISBN-10 : 0385539002
- ISBN-13 : 978-0385539005
- 语种： : 英语
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Read 1/3rd of the book so far and the information in this book is mind-boggling.2016年5月12日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Gregory D. Rosenberg
but he also offers good strategies and best practices that you can employ to ...2015年7月14日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
I have been involved with computer, network, and Internet security since the mid '70s. I started programming operating systems in 1968. This book collects all the threats we have faced historically in the first dozen chapters. Then Mr Goodman paints a very clear picture of the security and privacy threats we face in the next five to ten years. This book is a must read for everyone. Granted some parts of the book might get a little technical for some folks. Don't that stop you from reading it. It is written in a very clear and concise fashion that all readers will walk away from reading this book with their eyes wide open. Not only does Mr. Goodman identify the present and future threats, but he also offers good strategies and best practices that you can employ to mitigate a good many of the threats.
An important survival guide for the digital age2017年1月18日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Important book to read as it provides a comprehensive overview of the types of "attacks" that are occurring on the internet, many of which you have never heard of (I consider myself a tech-saavy person, but was surprised how little I knew). Was introduced to Marc's book from Tim Ferriss' podcast. Marc does a great job of explaining how the antivirus software companies are always a step behind the hackers and what we as citizens can be doing to better protect ourselves online (e.g. password management programs, two-factor authentication, etc). Also includes fascinating anecdotes and stories from the government (e.g. hacking the Iranian nuclear program). Should be required reading for all adults given the amount of time we spend "connected" and online
Fair and Honest
Snitching refrigerators. Snooping cable boxes. GPS-tracking underwear. The "Internet of Things"2016年11月28日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
There are some places where the Internet just doesn't belong. This book tells of pacemakers being hacked, planes being landed remotely, and power grids shut down by kids. And the stories get much, much freakier. I've long wondered why society has rushed to make everything web-connected without questioning (or preventing) the very real dangers such technology exposes us to daily. And apparently this is just the beginning, as our entire lives are being run by the Internet. I used to laugh at George Orwell's book "1984" -- this book shows that it's really happening.