Palo Alto Networks has an excellent selection of recommended good reads in our Cybersecurity Canon Hall of Fame.
While people around the world are staying home because of the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), we all have some extra time to fill. So why not take a break from your screen time and jump into some good reads about cybersecurity.
In our cybersecurity canon hall of fame, you will find reviews from some of the professionals currently enthralled in cybersecurity. These are individuals who understand the world of cybersecurity, who've spent years rolling up their sleeves and getting hands-on, and who also know what makes a good and interesting read about cybersecurity.
With that said, below are few reviews that were selected by our community.
Cybersecurity Canon Candidate Book Review: “InSecurity: Why a Failure to Attract and Retain Women in Cybersecurity is Making Us All Less Safe,” by Jane Frankland (Published October 20, 2017)
Book review by: Greg Day, CSO EMEA, Palo Alto Networks
Synopsis: “InSecurity” by Jane Frankland highlights the importance of developing the talent of all people who can support the cybersecurity industry.
Cyber Canon Book Review: “The Fifth Domain – Defending our country, our companies, and ourselves in the age of cyber threats” by Richard A. Clarke and Robert K. Knake (published July 16, 2019)
Book review by: Helen Patton, Chief Information Security Officer, The Ohio State University; Fred Streefland, CSO NEUR and EEUR, Palo Alto Networks; John Davis, VP and CSO (Federal), Palo Alto Networks.
Synopsis: “The Fifth Domain” is a “must read” for not only every cybersecurity professional, but also every global citizen with an interest in the digital age.