Cybersecurity Canon from Unit 42

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Did you know Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 offers a reading list designed with you in mind? Cybersecurity professionals can explore trends, history, future conjecture, women in cybersecurity, the dark net, hacking and more.

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The Cybersecurity Canon identifies a list of must-read books for all cybersecurity practitioners – be they from industry, government or academia – where the content is timeless, represents an aspect of the community in a way that is true and precise, reflects the highest quality, and if not read, will leave a hole in a cybersecurity professional’s education.

 

Let's plug that hole now.

 

Our Cybersecurity Hall of Fame from Unit 42 features books on:

  • Cyber law and policy
  • Cyber tech
  • Cyber warefare
  • Cyber crime
  • Cyber history and culture
  • Gateway books
  • Governance risk and compliance
  • Cyber warefare buffs
  • Cyber leadership

 

cybersecurity_canon.pngSelect from an array of books on various topics in cybersecurity. Select by occupation, interest and more.

 

The Fuel User Group recently had the most auspicious occasion to interview Rick Howard, Chief Security Office of Palo Alto Networks, and to ask about current titles on his reading list. One is Kurt Beyer's Grace Hopper and the Invention of the Information Age. Read Rick's personal account about why this book and its subject are so meaningful to him.

 

Check out the Fuel User Group interview with Rick Howard and be sure to check out a few books from the library, too.

 

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