Digital Money: The Smart Business Leader’s Guide to Stopping the Hacker
Author: David Stelzl
Date published: August 27, 2016
The digitalization megatrend is here. Companies are going digital by necessity. That means more connectivity, more cloud, more personally owned computing devices (BYOD), and more Internet of Things (IoT). And as companies become more digital, the value of their data is growing. Money is digital, and data is worth money. And there’s an army of people and nations out there that want access to it. This is a not a highly technical book, but rather, a book written to business owners and business leaders, exploring the value of data, who wants it, and what they are doing to gain access to it.
This book will help us discover what traditional hackers, nation-state sponsored hackers, hacktivists, and even marketers, are doing to access your personal and corporate data to make money. You’ll discover what traditional hackers, nation-state sponsored hackers, hacktivists, and even marketers, are doing to access your personal and corporate data to make money. Find out what major hacker trends are in force right now, and why so many companies and individuals continue to lose when fighting against those who would steal their data. In the final section of this book the author explains the one big mistake most companies are making when they set up their security programs, and what business leaders must do to create a culture of data security, a culture that crosses organizational boundaries and enjoins everyone in a fight to keep corporate secrets, secret.