“Love the fact that it jumped in with 10 top tips for security, a great opening to the book.... Excellent section on phishing emails/vishing/smishing, with great practical examples....” (Christopher Wright, Wright-CandA Consulting Ltd)
Protect yourself from cyber threats and risks.
Cyberspace, the Internet, computer networks, the digital world - call it what you will - is always developing. So are the threats and risks of being online.
Security in the Digital World explains the common digital threats to home users, home offices, mobile users, consumers, and parents alike, as well as providing tips, advice, and guidance. It doesn’t matter if you are working in the most mature enterprise environment, unemployed, retired, or still at school, whether you often have a smartphone in your hand or only use an e-reader, you are at risk.
Security in the Digital World is a straightforward guide for the home user, parent, consumer, and home office, providing a fountain of knowledge for modern security needs. It gives an overview of who conducts cyberattacks any why and from where cyber threats come. It also explains what you can do to protect yourself and others and provides a personal cybersecurity risk assessment.
Deeper insight into threats in the digital world.
This must-have guide gives up-to-date information on consumer risks and provides:
- Ten tips to keep your digital information secure
- Understanding and awareness of information security and cyber threats
- Explanations of what social engineering is and techniques used by cyber criminals
- Advice on what to look out for online and your rights as a consumer
- Guidance on common threats in the digital age, including malware, social engineering, and ransomware
There is little technical knowledge or skill needed to understand and apply the audiobook’s tips and advice.
From the top 10 tips and the breakdown of consumer risks to social networking and parental security, this audiobook is an essential guide for anyone and everyone trying to stay safe and secure in the evolving digital world.
About the author: Graham Day spent 24 years in the military, including more than a decade as a counterintelligence and security specialist on operational deployments around the world.
Since retiring from the military, Graham has provided a range of services as a consultant, including, but not limited to, information security, cybersecurity, business continuity, cyber risk, and cyber resilience.
He is a CESG certified professional security information risk advisor, a certified information systems security professional, and a member of the author group for British Standard 31111 Cyber Risk and Resilience.