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The Madness Behind the Methods

A factual and extensively researched look inside the cyber-underground and those who defend against the criminal element.

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Dr. White gave a speach on cybercrime and the underground economy. The book has much more information but this will give you a good idea what you are in for with his book.

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“The down and dirty on cybercrime”

What are you doing to protect yourself from cybercrime? Are you pinning all your hopes on throwing resources at the problem or are you lying low somewhere quiet and just hoping its dark tendrils won’t envelope you?

Understand this – everyone is affected by cyber-crime and neither buying ever more expensive and technically complex protection nor going into denial are going to protect you; not for a single second. Heck, you don’t even need a computer or other techy gadget to get caught up in it.

By following the advice given in this book, you will become better armed, better able to defend yourself and better able to remove the target from your back. In one of my favorite words, you will become prickly.

But I don’t leave it there. This is a no-holds barred ride through the minds of the criminals – what makes them tick, why are they able to do it, and how can they be stopped? There are interviews with real-life hackers and cyber-bullies as well as a chat I had with a former member of the FBI cyber-crimes division.

Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.4 x 9 inches, 608 pages
Format Kindle, Paperback
ISBN ISBN-10: 1979848572, ISBN-13: 978-1979848572
    Scott Anderson
    5.00 out of 5

    Cyber-crime: The madness behind the methods rips aside the conventional ‘us and them’ views by entering the minds of the cyber-criminals themselves. Knowledge is your greatest weapon and that is what this book is giving you: in an easy to read and digest format so that no prior knowledge of computers, the internet and technology is necessary. Beat the hacker, the social engineer, the cyber-stalker, the sexual predator and the cyber-bully by walking in their shoes, seeing through their eyes and then closing your door in front of them.

    Justin Stammin
    5.00 out of 5

    The book is 609 pages but a very easy and interesting read. I learned much about the mind of hackers and why they do what they do. I always looked for the next cybersecruity product with expectation it would finally put me at ease. I learned from the interviews in this book that hackers see new products either as a challange or more probably as a benefit to their ability to hack me. New products rarely are configured correctly because they are new and no one has any real experience with them yet. Hackers find ways to exploit misconfigured appliances and software. Thanks Dr. White, you saved me some cash on my cyber budget. I will stick with what I know rather than buying the next security product the salesman claims will do it all.