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Cyber Security made simple! The increased connectivity offered by the internet and mobile devices has profoundly changed our world. In many ways, the business world has been simplified, with hitherto undreamed-of possibilities for communication and access. However, along with the streamlined communication ability comes the possibility of a new species of crime: attacks that occur over electronic connections. In this handbook designed specifically for employers and employees, R. S. Tumber highlights the dangers every organisation should be aware of, and notes the protocols that should be put in place. He offers tools and topics for training, including chapters on phishing, creating secure passwords, and risk assessments.



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