Book: The Utah Code Breaker by Denver Aceycategories: Book, Thiller, Suspense, Crime, Espionage, Technology, Mystery, Adventure, Action, Military, Computers, Personal Privacy, Social Media, Cybercrime
Denver Aceyabout this book: Are you interested in a book that will change the way you view computers and social media forever? Have you ever wondered how safe the information you share online really is? With the onslaught of customer credit card breaches at retailers such as Target and Michael's, cyber-crime now frequently dominates the news headlines.
Most people who use social media are unaware of the inherent risks of the Internet. They assume their personal information is always protected and secure. They are wrong! Computer hacking is a billion dollar business, and cyber-crime is no longer just a threat – it's a reality.
But unscrupulous computer hackers aren't the only cause for concern in our world of digital privacy. Thanks to Edward Snowden and his leaks from the NSA, the world now realizes that every message sent across the Internet or posted on a social media website can be tracked by various government organizations. The NSA recently built a 1.5 billion dollar spy center in Salt Lake City, Utah, to store practically every email, instant message, or chat session that occurs on the Internet.
If you're concerned about Internet safety and personal privacy, you MUST read by book. Utilizing actual hacking concepts and scenarios I've witness in my top-secret job as a computer analyst, I wrote The Utah Code Breaker to entertain yet illustrate how vulnerable we all are to cyber-crime.
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