Social Engineer by Ian Sutherland – a pleasure to review!
A great review of Social Engineer, thanks to Shirley Ford! I look forward to her review of Invasion of Privacy, which she’s now bought after getting hooked on Brody Taylor, the eponymous social engineer.
If I was flicking through a list of books to pay for and download I probably wouldn’t have chosen this book, but because I had been offered a free copy I read it and I am so glad I did, it was a really good story, had me hooked right from the beginning. The story is about Brody Taylor, a social engineer – or white hacker – a specialist in his field, employed by companies to check whether their systems are safe from ‘black’ hackers. Brody points out all the ways in which hackers can infiltrate the company’s computer systems, and then shows them how to make improvements and safeguard their information. The latest company employing his expertise is researching an Alzheimer’s prevention drug. It is about two years from being released and the company are using monkeys in…
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