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What do information security and the art of war have in common? The answer,
this book argues, is a great deal. Although the authors have an expert
technical knowledge of information security, they strongly believe that
technical and procedural measures cannot offer a solution on their own.
Information security is not painting by numbers. You can tick all the right
boxes and acquire the latest technology, and you may fail all the same. This is
because information security is ultimately a human problem, not a technical
one. In the end, the threats to your information security come from human
beings, not from machines. Although one problem you will face is simple human
error, the major threat to your business information is from the criminal.
Cybercrime is on the move. It is in a state of constant evolution, capable of
adapting both to developments in technology and to whatever security measures
its targets have already put in place. It will seek out your weak points in
order to exploit them for its own advantage. However, although the people who
want to harm your business will try to take you by surprise, they are also
bound to have weaknesses of their own. Because the activity of the
cybercriminal is both deliberate and hostile, they can be compared to a
military adversary. So if you want to defend yourself from cybercrime you can
learn from military strategy. Fighting cybercrime is about more than
bureaucracy and compliance. Your company's approach to information security has
to be integrated with your overall business goals. The people at the top have
to provide leadership, while the people at the bottom need to understand the
company's information security policy and be able to show initiative when faced
with an unexpected attack. If you want to take active steps to deter the
cybercriminal, then this book is for you. It will help you plan the right
strategy for defending your business from cybercrime.