If It's Smart, It's Vulnerable
1. Auflage August 2022
288 Seiten, Hardcover
Preis: 26,90 €
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Reimagine the future of the internet
All our devices and gadgets--from our refrigerators to our home security systems, vacuum cleaners, and stereos--are going online, just like our computers did. But once we've successfully connected our devices to the internet, do we have any hope of keeping them, and ourselves, safe from the dangers that lurk beneath the digital waters?
In If It's Smart, It's Vulnerable, veteran cybersecurity professional Mikko Hypponen delivers an eye-opening exploration of the best--and worst--things the internet has given us. From instant connectivity between any two points on the globe to organized ransomware gangs, the net truly has been a mixed blessing. In this book, the author explores the transformative potential of the future of the internet, as well as those things that threaten its continued existence: government surveillance, censorship, organized crime, and more.
Readers will also find:
* Insightful discussions of how law enforcement and intelligence agencies operate on the internet
* Fulsome treatments of how money became data and the impact of the widespread use of mobile supercomputing technology
* Explorations of how the internet has changed the world, for better and for worse
* Engaging stories from Mikko's 30-year career in infosec
Perfect for anyone seeking a thought-provoking presentation of some of the most pressing issues in cybersecurity and technology, If It's Smart, It's Vulnerable will also earn a place in the libraries of anyone interested in the future of the internet.
--Daniel Suarez, New York Times bestselling author of Daemon
"If It's Smart, It's Vulnerable is not just a book for techies and hackers. The stories and examples make it accessible to anyone!"
--Keren Elazari, friendly hacker and a TED speaker
"As the namesake of Hypponen's law, Mikko is the right person to explain how everything is getting connected, and what we should do to secure all devices on the internet -- both the smart ones and the stupid ones."
--Robert M. Lee, founder and CEO of Dragos Inc.
"As we rush forward with an insatiable desire to connect everything, Mikko shines a light on the risks we accept yet often fail to understand...until it's too late."
--Troy Hunt, founder of Have I Been Pwned
"Mikko has a remarkably lucid understanding of cyber security and the history of the Internet. You'll come away with an appreciation of the major problems and the high stakes that come with any attempt to keep our networks and systems secure."
--Jack Rhysider, Creator of the Darknet Diaries podcast
"A breezy survey of cybersecurity from one of the pillars of our industry. There's not a lot that Mikko hasn't seen." --Eva Galperin, Director of Cybersecurity, Electronic Frontier Foundation
"A guided tour of the intersection between security and technology by the best kind of storyteller. Mikko lived it, shaped it, and now explains it."
--John Lambert, Microsoft
"It's hard to understand a revolution when we are living in the middle of it. Mikko clearly explains the technology megatrends shaping our future and illustrates his points with fascinating real-world stories from his long career in infosec."
--Dave DeWalt, Founder of NightDragon and former CEO of McAfee and FireEye/Mandiant
"Surprisingly up to date account of the vulnerable world we live in! Mikko is a natural storyteller who draws you into his world."
--Charlie Miller, Computer Security Researcher
"Mikko uses his remarkable experience to give the reader an understanding of the challenges we as digital citizens face. If It's Smart, It's Vulnerable; no truer words have been said in this digital age."
--Raj Samani, Senior Vice President and Chief Scientist at Rapid7
"There is nobody out there that is more knowledgeable when it comes to cyber threats in the modern world. Mikko has taken his knowledge and captured it in this book in a fascinating way, making this a must read."
--Aki Anastasiou, talk radio host
"Before the internet, people were not used to reality having multiple dimensions. Now that the globe is being connected at an exponential pace, we are lucky to have talented guys like Mikko Hypponen explain how we can move to the next step."
--Marcelo Tas, Brazilian actor, author and TV host