Cyber War…and Peace
When evil men plot, good men must plan.
—Martin Luther King, Jr.
If anything is guaranteed about the future, it’s that technological innovation will advance more quickly each year. But progress isn’t just for those with good intentions. The technology that empowers you can also imperil you, making digital risk management an existential priority for your company.
Some of our most famous predecessors also faced unprecedented obstacles, and their stories are more than good folklore—they provide us with principles that transcend time and space.
In Cyber War…and Peace, Nick Shevelyov shares how lessons learned from history’s most poignant moments reveal strategies to help manage risk in today’s—and tomorrow’s—digital landscape. Nick’s insight and analysis will introduce you to concepts that will increase resiliency within your organization, no matter its size. This exploration of history, strategy, and the digital world around us will challenge you to reexamine the past, solve new problems, and embrace timeless techniques.
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Wisdom is costly and telling stories is hard. If your job includes explaining cyber risk management to non-technical executives, the sound historical wisdom in Nick's book will help get your point across.
An analogical thinking Rosetta Stone, translating lessons from the past into cyber risk insights today.
Nick's book covers what can be learned from the philosophies of the Hammurabi, Spartans, Romans, Chinese, French, Prussians, and other cultures as it relates to cybersecurity. There is much that can be drawn upon from history to fight the good fight against cybercriminals and adversarial nation-states. Nick's book helps us stand on the shoulders of the most giant philosophers in history as we work to achieve cybersecurity in the decades to come.