"I'VE BEEN HACKED." Of course, you have, and if you haven't been — you will be. Last year alone, over 3 billion records were exposed. "NOW WHAT?"
What happens now? Where could my private and personal information end up? How can I be safer online and in social communities? What can I can actually do myself (no geek needed)?
Cyber Crisis – It's Personal Now addresses these questions and many more.
In an easy and informative read, author William Keiper provides crucial knowledge about social network risks, online trust and privacy, content oversharing and smartphone addiction. He also offers easy-to-follow steps you can take to improve your personal cyber security.These are things you must know for yourself and so you can teach others.
When online, you, your friends, children, parents, co-workers and social acquaintances are always just one click away from a stalker, predator, thief, troll, catfish or another social media sewer dweller. Protecting you and yours is not someone else's problem–it is a matter of personal responsibility. You can start by reading Cyber Crisis – It's Personal Now.
Author William Keiper will heighten your awareness of some of the factors and conditions that could, in the blink of any eye, suck you into a personal cyber crisis. His book represents a warning shot for those of you predisposed to trust your fellow man in the real-world and, without thinking, carry that bias into cyberspace.
His perspective as the author comes from having been a part of computer technology and software businesses since shortly after the launch of the first Apple and IBM personal computers. In these public and private technology and related companies, he served as CEO, board member, and strategic advisor. Through this work, he gained experience, understanding, and perspective, about digital age developments and their personal impacts, good and bad.
Keiper has also written two previous books whose driving themes involve greater self-reliance in personal and business life.
The Web is us, and we as a collective are the Web. After reading Cyber Crisis, you will better understand this dynamic relationship, and will be motivated to accept a higher level of personal responsibility for your digital well-being.