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Wolf Reviews Book Examining Cybersecurity Landscape

With the advent of the Internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence and robotics, the threat to cybersecurity has entered a new stage in which risks to privacy, integrity and availability are amplified.

Coleman Wolf talks about global cybersecurity threats in his review of Bruce Schneier’s new book “Click Here to Kill Everybody” for Security Management magazine. The book, which is divided into two parts, discusses the state of cybersecurity. Despite the harrowing title, “this book is less a call to action and more a well-thought-out roadmap to take us to a better cyber future,” explains Wolf.

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