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Hacked Again: The cybersecurity Bible for small business owners

Discussion in 'CSO' started by RSS, Feb 9, 2016.

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    Scott Schober's small business got hacked, and hacked again. The harrowing experience led him to write a book - "Hacked Again", which could just as easily have been called the Cybersecurity Bible for small business owners.

    Schober starts out by explaining the exact details of how his corporate checking account got hacked - which led him to switch banks, only to have his new checking account hacked. He helps cyber novices to understand what a hack is, how to recover from it, and the cybercriminal mentality which motivates the hacks.

    Although the book tells a story - it is broken down into chapters that cover one aspect of cybersecurity after the next, which are specific to small businesses. The first thing readers learn about is the hacker's practice of social engineering, the shady art of manipulating others into sharing their personal identities, credit card digits, and other information (or stealing that same information).

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