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These are the books that I read in Q2 2020 that I think are worth your time. Sorry it’s late. They’re still worthwhile. 🙂 Cyber You’ll See This Message When It Is Too Late, by Josephine Wolff. This is an interesting examination of the effects of finger-pointing and blame avoidance on the cybersecurity landscape, with…

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Cyber The Huawei and Snowden Questions, by Olav Lysne is a deep dive into what happens when an untrusted vendor builds your trusted computing base, and more importantly, why a great many of the “obvious” ways to address those risks are subject to easy work-arounds. This is unhappy news for Huawei, but more importantly, as…

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I hate reviewing books by people I know, because I am a picky reader, and if you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all. I also tend to hate management books, because they often substitute jargon for crisp thinking. So I am surprised, but, here I am, writing a review of Kip Boyle’s…

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