Book 93 of Year 2017 – “Cyber Crisis” by William Keiper

Official Title – Cyber Crisis: It’s Personal Now

Genre – Non Fiction

Book Length – 90 pages

Reading Time – 1.5 hours

Style/ Plot – When I saw the title of this book, I knew I had to read it. We live in the Information Age and many of us are clueless about how to conduct and protect ourselves in this digital age.

In this bite size book, William does a fantastic job of educating and equipping readers with an understanding of what constitutes a cyber crisis and how you can mitigate the effect that this risk poses.

From the Yahoo hacking scandal to the Ashley Madison and Walmart fiascos, we need to further proof that our online behaviour needs to be assessed and steps taken to ensure we safely navigate the murky waters of the digital world.

Favourite Quote – “Digital technology is neither inherently safe nor unsafe, good nor bad. The human factor is critical in balancing the incredible utility of our digital devices and access to the resources of the internet against the potential for personal disruption and harm.

Rating – 4/5


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