Spies Among Us: How to Stop the Spies, Terrorists, Hackers, and Criminals You Don't Even Know You Encounter Every Day
John Wiley & Sons Canada, Limited, Jun 16, 2005 - 352 pages
"Spies Among Us reads like a Robert Ludlum novel, [and] it's riveting because it's all true. If you've got a social security number, you need to read this book whether you're a CEO or a grandmother. Winkler reveals the top threats to our personal and national security, with lots of straightforward advice on how to protect yourself." -Soledad O'Brien, CNN Relax-it's not terrorism. But does that mean it's okay? Has our national obsession with terrorism created a cloak of safety for the everyday criminal? In this chilling expos_ of real-life spy tactics and how to combat them, international espionage and security expert Ira Winkler shows you exactly how the harmless-looking new guy at the office may be doing your organization-or your credit rating-infinitely more damage than that machine gun-toting fellow on the evening news.
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Those who are already paranoid about information theft, both personal and professional, should take a muscle relaxant before reading this eye-opening survey of the many holes that exist in our ... Read full review
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