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8 Books Security Pros Should Read
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Charlotte Galyon
Charlotte Galyon,
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4/15/2020 | 7:08:23 AM
It's very cool!
It's very cool!
LisaB845
LisaB845,
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8/24/2017 | 5:30:57 AM
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you are so good at this, thanks for the book tips!
silvanosales
silvanosales,
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5/25/2017 | 11:11:45 AM
Re: novinhas
good
DarkReader007
DarkReader007,
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4/1/2017 | 3:22:36 PM
Keep Track
Thank you
jonesj26
jonesj26,
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12/14/2016 | 9:12:56 AM
Good list -- here are some more
Good list.  For those who want to expand into risk management roles, these two are also good reads:

* How to Measure Anything In Cybersecurity

* Measuring and Managing Information Risk: A FAIR Approach

 
Nightwolf76
Nightwolf76,
User Rank: Apprentice
11/29/2016 | 4:05:58 PM
Re: A couple
I think you mean David Thiel.  I'll refrain from posting my opinion on Peter Thiel.
Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli,
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11/25/2016 | 5:25:42 PM
A couple
Numerous books come to mind to further suggest.  Spam Nation by Brian Krebs highlights the history of the pharma-spam industry.  And a while ago I reviewed iOS Application Security by Peter Thiel -- which is a decent reference book.
ydm.mendez
ydm.mendez,
User Rank: Apprentice
11/23/2016 | 1:01:44 PM
Future Crimes by Marc Goodman
I think this is a great read for every IT Security professional. 


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