New Best-Selling Book 'The CEO's Manual on Cyber Security' by Princeton Corporate Solutions CEO, James Scott
Since 2002, there has been an enormous increase in the number of known server vulnerabilities, leaving the traditional defensive solutions far behind. Today, attackers have improved on the sophistication used and the nature of the crime has changed. For example, web attacks between 2008 and 2010 caused 53 Seattle-based enterprises to face damages worth $3 million. Most such attacks are because of complacency and not remaining alert to the threat. The CEO's Manual on Cyber Security teaches you how to educate employees as well as develop a framework for security management against social engineering, keeping your corporation one step ahead of the attackers. It also details how enterprises can implement defenses against social engineering within their security policy.
In this book you will learn how to avoid and prevent all of the following and more: Web Attacks, Social Engineering, Denial of Service caused by botnets, Cloud Hacks, Attacks via the Universal Serial Bus, Clickjacking and cross-site scripting, Phishing attacks from trusted third parties, Data Exfiltration, SSFR Attacks and CRIME (Compression Ratio Info-Leak Made Easy). Don't let your company fall victim to the thousands that will try to compromise its security and take it for all they can. Simply following the steps outlined in this book and being proactive can save you millions. The CEO's Manual on Cyber Security is available on Kindle, paperback and audiobook.
James Scott is CEO of Princeton Corporate Solutions and author of multiple Best Selling books such as: "Taking Your Company Public, A Corporate Strategies Manual", "The Book on Mergers and Acquisitions", "The CEO Manual 4 Kids", "The CEO's Manual on Cyber Security", "The Book on PPM's: Regulation D Rule 504 Edition", "The Book on PPM's: Regulation D Rule 505 Edition", "The Book on PPM's: Regulation D Rule 506 Edition" as well as several template based courses for authoring technical documents for fundraising.
SOURCE Princeton Corporate Solutions