Cyberphobia : identity, trust, security and the internet / by Edward Lucas
By: Lucas, Edward.Publisher: London, U.K. : Bloomsbury, 2015Description: xxv, 306 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781408850145.Subject(s): Information technology | Internet | Computers | Risk
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|Book||Australia||272.6 LUC 2015 (Browse shelf)||Available|
|Book||New Zealand||272.6 CYB (Browse shelf)||Available|
Meet the Hakhetts -- The unreliability of computers -- Identity and its enemies -- Collateral damage -- The geopolitics of the internet -- Spies v. warriors -- The spy in your pocket -- The danger of monoculture -- Clearing the jungle -- Passwords unscrambled -- Identity politics -- Turning the tables.
Examines risk on the internet, stating we need to change our relaxed behaviour. Advises that our dependence on computers is growing faster than our ability to forestall attackers. Offers an instructive guide on how to stay safe online and regain control of our online security.