Ross Anderson • May 17, 2019 8:03 AM It was an award for my book on security engineering, at which I had to announce by video rather than in person that there will be a third edition.
The chapters will come online as I write them for review and comment.
Here are the first two, including a chapter on threat actors that summarises not just what we know about cybercrime, but what we learned from Ed Snowden – and a chapter on the implications for the privacy landscape
I just purchased the 3E. After the snow melted, it finally arrived at my house. You're absolutely correct; I've really enjoyed reading this book just from the outset, and I'm only in the first couple of chapters!
I had discarded my 1st and 2nd editions after retiring and moving. However, I will be teaching again in th fall, so ordered 3rd a few minutes ago. Wiley charges full prices; solid discount from Amazon.
I enjoyed the book, especially chapter 2.2. I recently started researching how intrusive Google Android phones are, and how much data they capture can be utilized by other entities. It's good that people are writing about it. I already installed a custom OEM (e OS) and are have gotten some of my friends to do the same. Thanks for the recommendation!