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Publisher's Summary

Human Security describes the steps organizations should take to protect their networks from intruders, emphasizing what employees can do to defend their network. The points are crisp, simple, and eminently doable with a CEO or board chairperson's support. A must listen for organization IT and leaders.

©2014 Deaver Brown (P)2014 Deaver Brown

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good advice, short audiobook

not a bad few tips on helping the human element deal with security threats in an office environment.

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What disappointed you about Human Security?

There were a few good concepts in this story. There was not enough time given to important details, and there was too much time given to advertising alternate services, and external websites.

What was most disappointing about Deaver Brown’s story?

The multiple advertisements contained in this story were an incredible let down. I'd hoped to get the information that I needed out of this book.

What three words best describe Deaver Brown’s voice?

Deep, hesitant, understandable

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Disappointment

Any additional comments?

I like the concept of this book; however, I wish it touched on more actual Human Security issues, such as: Social Engineering.