Conversations in Cyberspace

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Business Expert Press, Feb 25, 2019 - Business & Economics - 176 pages
Conversations in Cyberspace is a collection of insights on the current state of security and privacy in the Internet world.

The book contains a brief introduction to some of the most used open-source intelligence (OSINT) tools and a selection of interviews with some of the key figures in industrial control systems (ICS), advanced persistent threat (APT) and online/deep web members organizations. It aims to be an introduction to the relationships between security, OSINT and the vast and complex world hiding in the deep web.

The information provided will be beneficial to security professionals and system administrators interested in exploring today’s concerns in database design, privacy and security-by-design, and deep web members organizations, including Cicada 3301, the Unknowns, Anonymous, and more.

 

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Fascinating book! the Cicada3301 interview is very interesting, no matter what those nerds on Reddit say.

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Conversations in Cyberspace
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Giulio D’Agostino is a system administrator, author, and technologist with more than 20 years of experience in the cloud computing, software as a service, and publishing. Previously worked for Google, Apple, Hewlett Packard, and Salesforce.com, Giulio has lectured at the Technical University of Denmark–DTU, Web Summit 2016/2017 and is currently a system administrator for a software as a service and cloud-based provider company LogMeIn Inc.

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