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The Art of Deception

Now I recall some of the measurements implemented in my organization. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Open Preview See a Problem? Recommended reading for anyone in an IS role or looking to gain insight into how the other half use their social skills to get around hardened security measures, highly engineered processes and superchfrie armed guards.

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Some technical bits are outdated, but generally, policies are on point and very relevant today. Tyna Edwards rated it really liked it Feb 11, This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Also it drives home the message that -your- company might have decent security protocols, but the companies yours deals with might not. Something I’ve heard over and over again including from my own family, and myself early on is, “But no one wants to attack ME. These mostly include private investigators, with at least one pair of curious teenagers and a few bits of corporate espionage.

Co-author William Simon is a bestselling co-author of numerous books, including iCon the biography of Steve Jobs and Kevin Mitnick’s previous two books. Great book as a manual for security! Ce que les membres d’Audible en pensent Notations Global. Probably the best book I’ve ever read on Social Engineering – in the current world, some of the exploits that the author describes could feel fairly outdated and basic – things such as tailgating, or even dumpster diving – but security starts at the very roots.

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Written by the ‘master hacker’ Kevin Mitnick, I guess most of them are true story. Having worked in IT for a while, I already knew a lot of this, especially how willing people are to just hand over their passwords and chuckle while they tell you not to break into their bank account because they use the same password for everything. They may just want to see some files at your company, files in a completely different department, but they’re going to use your bad password to get in. Christopher rated it really liked it Sep 07, Grandma and Grandpa may lament the Good Ole Days when this kind of thing Never Happened and thus be reluctant to protect their informationbut I know better than to trust my generation.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. A classic book that lets you know social engineering is more important than technical skills.

L’art De La Supercherie by Kevin D. Mitnick (5 star ratings)

Published by CampusPress: Prime Now Livraison en mitnivk heure sur des milliers de produits. He explains each and every technical term so the book is mainly targeted towards Businessmen.

Amazon Business Paiement 30 jours. I feared it would be dated, but still rang true.

Jony Daoud marked it as to-read Nov 22, Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Well, why not fe with people first. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Very dry but very informative. Imen Tulip marked it as to-read Mar 29, Yes – listen to a different book – any other book.

I’ll probably buy this book simply because of the security policy information and the easy-to-understand business cases that are easily comprehendible due to their storylike nature. Kevin Mitnick’s exploits oevin a cyber-desperado and fugitive form one of the most exhaustive FBI manhunts in history and have spawned dozens of articles, books, films, and documentaries.


Taking an example from the book. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Mitnick uses real-world examples of Social Engineers at work and shows you time and time again how to defend yourself against social engineering attacks by showing you exactly how these attacks occur and how to better secure not just sensitive data such as bank account information, but ALL your data.

For the common, stay-at-home domestic engineer “housewife” like me, the book opened my eyes to the importance of protecting my information. The weakest link in an organization is almost always its people and not its technology. Though I did feel bad sometimes for the conned people. Or maybe they need some quick cash, saw you type your pin into the machine at the BiLo and then picked up the receipt you dropped in the parking lot. Kevin Mitnick is the founder of Defensive Thinking, an information security firm, and speaks widely on security issues.

This might be an interesting read while considering the message of that last sentence: Even if you know nothing about Social Engineering and Information Security, this book will interest you. If you skip the advisory stuff that tells companies how to protect against social engineering attack vector, and acknowledge that most of the technical stuff does not apply anymore because it’s 20 years old, this is a fun read.

Are the stories in it actually based on real-world incidents, or are they purely hypothetical examples of security incidents that may not be feasible in the real world? How did the narrator detract from the book?