Corporate Insecurity: True Stories of Corporate Espionage and Network Infiltration Jim Stickley

ISBN: 9780789739872

Published: September 24th 2010

Paperback

320 pages


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Corporate Insecurity: True Stories of Corporate Espionage and Network Infiltration  by  Jim Stickley

Corporate Insecurity: True Stories of Corporate Espionage and Network Infiltration by Jim Stickley
September 24th 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 320 pages | ISBN: 9780789739872 | 5.64 Mb

Do you assume that your bank, doctor, and accountant is securely storing your social security number? Do you assume your personal or business data will never be lost or stolen - and if it is, youll be protected? Do you assume the big businesses youMoreDo you assume that your bank, doctor, and accountant is securely storing your social security number? Do you assume your personal or business data will never be lost or stolen - and if it is, youll be protected? Do you assume the big businesses you deal with are secure...

or, at least, more secure than your own home? If you answered Yes to any of these questions, youre in for a rude awakening. Companies are only as secure as their weakest link - and, in Corporate Insecurity, one of the worlds top white-hat hackers shows just how weak that link can be.

Drawing on years of experience performing authorized break-ins at all sorts of organizations, Jim Stickley tells true security horror stories that, while entertaining, are ultimately terrifying. In an era when computer crime is at an all-time high, corporate America is being barraged with attacks from increasingly savvy thieves. From phishing to social networking, phony consultants to compromised hotel business centers, this book reveals how todays attacks are bringing IT security to its knees.

Then, drawing on the expertise Stickley uses to defeat corporate security, he shows exactly how to toughen it. Whether youre an IT security specialist or a customer, this is one book you cant afford not to read Frightening tales of corporate espionage that have never been told before From-the-trenches advice on shoring up security holes: from technical issues to training, physical layouts to security mindsets By Jim Stickley, one of the worlds most well-known experts on corporate security and identity theft



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