Bruce Schneier is a security expert who has written extensively about cybersecurity. Click here to kill everybody is a great introduction into the topic of cybersecurity for anybody who is more interested in the political than the technical side or looks for a well-written overview. Even though the title is almost clickbait by itself, the book succeeds in outlining some of the more pressing security issues in the cyberworld today. Schneier describes why the Internet of Things is so vulnerable, why Botnets are still dangerous and why better regulation of the internet would make it much safer.
Ross Anderson is a renowned professor and is a researcher in computer security at Cambridge University, England. He is widely recognized for his publications on security engineering which covers various topics mainly related to how real security systems fail: ways to cheat metering systems, bank card fraud, and breaches of medical privacy.
The first edition, 2001, lays the ground information and help establish the discipline of security engineering covering wide range of topics like cryptography, emission security, distributed systems and many more.
The second edition, 2008, which build on the topics of first edition mainly covers how dark markets had encouraged hackers to attack users rather than technology.
Obviously, a lot have changed. People uses their mobiles more than laptops and most of the data are stored in clouds. The third edition, 2020, brings the up-to-date information and basically explores security engineering in the era of 2020, the evolution of attack methods and Security psychology, from privacy through ease-of-use to deception.
Marko Cabric is a globally operating freelance security manager, consultant, lecturer, and author based in Tel Aviv, Israel and Belgrade, Serbia.
Corporate Security Management provides practical advice on efficiently and effectively protecting an
organization’s processes, tangible and intangible assets, and people. The book merges business and security perspectives to help transform this often-conflicted relationship into a successful and sustainable partnership. It combines security doctrine, business priorities, and best practices to uniquely answer the Who, What, Where, Why, When and How of corporate security.
Robert Cialdini is recognized worldwide for his inspired field research on the psychology of influence.
This book sheds a light on effective persuasion and reveals that the secret does not lie in the message itself, but in the key moment before that message is delivered. It also explains how to capitalize on the essential window of time before you deliver an important message.
Mary Jo Hatch is the C. Coleman McGehee Eminent Scholars Research Professor of Banking and Commerce, Emerita, at the McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia. She received the 2011 Distinguished Educator Award from the Academy of Management’s Organization and Management Theory (OMT) Division.
‘Organization Theory’ offers a clear and comprehensive introduction to the study of organisations and organising processes. This book explains core concepts from the three dominant perspectives in organization theory, providing a distinctive approach that encourages thought, critique, and discussion. The fourth edition includes a host of new learning features, which examine the practicality of theorising and encourage students to broaden their intellectual reach.
This book addresses today’s complex security industry, the role of the security manager, the diverse set of corporate security functions, and skills for succeeding in this dynamic profession. It outlines accessible, comprehensive implementation plans for establishing asset protection programs. It provides tactics for intermediate and advanced professionals on the topics of general security, information systems security, and information warfare. It also offers new perspectives on the future of security and evolving expectations of security professionals.
The authors of this book have published widely on white collar crime, crimes of states, state corporate crime and related topics.
Criminology has a critical role in exposing, interpreting, explaining and responding to harms perpetrated by international financial institutions. This book addresses immensely consequential crimes in the world today that, to date, have been almost wholly neglected by students of crime and criminal justice: crimes of globalization. This term refers to the hugely harmful consequences of the policies and practices of international financial institutions, principally in the global South.