10 books on cybersecurity that all IT leaders should read
By Hope Reese // July 24, 2017, 8:27 AM PST // @hope_reese

Jul 25, 2017

Check out TechRepublic's top 10 titles to understand how hackers have stolen millions in private data, how governments wage cyberwar, and how to beef up security systems.

1. Confront and Conceal: Obama’s Secret Wars and Surprising Use of American Power by David E. Sanger

This 2012 title from the New York Times's chief Washington correspondent David E. Sanger examines America's role using a sophisticated arsenal of cyber weapons to attack Iran's nuclear program, in what one advisor called "a state of low-grade, daily conflict." Sanger's book also looks at the origins of the malicious computer worm, Stuxnet, and Operation Olympic Games.

 

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