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Securing Your Digital World

Securing Your Digital World

Series: A to eZ BooKs™, Book 1
Genre: How To
Tags: A to eZ Book, Advice, How To, Internet, Tom Huskerson
Publisher: Relentlessly Creative Books
Publication Year: 2014
Length: 70
ASIN: 0989540634
ISBN: 9780989540636

Written for the non-technical reader, this book provides you with the fundamental knowledge you need to navigate safely in the age of information. From physical security, to information security, to malicious software and viruses and how to avoid them, all are covered in this simple and easy-to-read book that prepares you for your online life.

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About the Book

Securing Your Digital World

Securing Your Digital World is a short, yet comprehensive guide to secure your digital devices. This book contains explanations on how the digital universe works and is written in simple easy to understand language with a sprinkle humor. Inside you will find information about;

  • Physical security of your electronic devices.
  • What’s happening on the Internet and how to protect yourself.
  • Security issues on your cellphone or smartphone.
  • Understanding identity theft.
  • The dangers of using an ATM.
  • Privacy issues in the digital age.
  • Viruses and other harmful computer programs.

Securing Your Digital World is one of a series of three books that will help you understand the hazards of the Internet. Just sending an email could lead to a life-changing catastrophe. Exactly what is happening on the Internet? These three books will answer this question and many more.  Each book is less than 75 pages long, but packed with vital data and information that could literally save your life. You will never see the Internet the same again!

About the Author
Tom Huskerson

Tom Huskerson of Alexandria, VA, is a technical expert and researcher engaged in both cyber security and writing and has written a number of fiction and non-fiction works. As a graduate student at San Francisco State University, Tom was the first student to ever focus on the Internet. After graduation he went to work for Zona Research in California’s Silicone Valley and has been writing about the Internet ever since.

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