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Bullseye Breach

Anatomy of an Electronic Break-In

Greg Scott

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  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Dimensions: 6.00" x 9.00"
  • ISBN: 978-1-59298-877-8
  • Publication Date: 2015-04-19
  • Beaver’s Pond Press

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Ripped from recent headlines, this gripping cyber-attack tale has all the elements of an international thriller, including a floating corpse in the Gulf of Finland. Meet an underground criminal supply chain, its innocent victims, and an unlikely midwestern IT group with an ingenious way to fight back against the theft of millions of credit-card numbers. If data breaches were not routine by now, this story would be unbelievable. Instead, it’s a snapshot of life in today’s interconnected world, and an unforgettable Internet safety education. IT security has never been so riveting!

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"A Michael Crichton-like whirlwind story that’s very hard to put down once you pick it up. Part mystery, part suspense, part education, part technology, and all entertainment."—Ken Steinhardt, computer scientist and retired former VP, EMC Corporation

"A perfect foray into how things can go terribly wwrrroonnggg… And all it took to get started was One Thoughtless <Click>."—Winn Schwartau, CEO of The Security Awareness Company and author of Information Warfare and Pearl Harbor Dot Com (Die Hard IV)

"After reading the book, I actually have a better idea of how a multi-vector compromise happens, and how the little signs that should have been caught were missed. Hits the nail squarely."—Al Gillen, program VP, Servers and System Software, IDC

Greg Scott

Greg Scott is a veteran of the tumultuous IT industry, and the founder of Infrasupport Corporation, with a laser focus on infrastructure and security. In the 1990s, he was a popular columnist for magazines ENT and Enterprise Linux. He currently lives in the Twin Cities with his wife, daughter, and two grandchildren.