Beauceron contributes to new book on the Language of Cybersecurity

When it comes to increasing cybersecurity awareness, Beauceron continues to find new ways to help whether it's through our platform, social media sites, media interviews and now for the first time, through a book called the Language of Cybersecurity.

 Beauceron CEO David Shipley contributed to this new book by helping define the term Social Engineering

Beauceron CEO David Shipley contributed to this new book by helping define the term Social Engineering

The Language of Cybersecurit, the latest book in The Content Wrangler Content Strategy Book Series, is now generally available in print from retailers worldwide and as an ebook on August 1, 2018.

Beauceron CEO David Shipley contributed to the book by helping define the term social engineering

"It's a honour to be asked to contribute to this publication and we're thrilled to be helping raise awareness about social engineering and the human side of hacking in more ways," says Beauceron CEO David Shipley. 

The Language of Cybersecurity defines 52 terms that every business professional should know, especially professionals who do not specialize in cybersecurity. With increasing threats to cybersecurity, business professionals must able to speak intelligently with cybersecurity professionals and must understand their organization’s vulnerabilities, the threats posed by cybercriminals, defenses against those threats, and the legal and regulatory environment. An understanding of these terms is a starting place for understanding the cybersecurity landscape and defending your organization.

Each term was authored by an expert practitioner who provided a short definition, a statement of why that term is important, and an essay that explains why a business professional should understand the term.

The Language of Cybersecurity overs everything from basic vulnerabilities, such as social engineering, to defenses, such as behavioral monitoring, to advanced concepts, such as threat modeling and penetration testing. In addition there are short definitions of 78 additional terms. For those who want to dig deeper, there are more than 150 references for further exploration, including information on recent attacks on political targets, banking, and major corporations.

About the Editor

Maria Antonieta Flores has guided systems and business professionals through the complexities of selecting and implementing leading edge information processing solutions. Her work as a systems engineer, instructor, change management specialist, and technical writer has helped information technology users from the shop floor and back office through the C-suite in Asia, Latin America, and the United States

Media Contacts

The Language of Cybersecurity: Richard Hamilton, XML Press (970) 231-3624 hamilton@xmlpress.net

Beauceron Security: David Shipley, info@beauceronsecurity.com

Book details

Publisher:ML Press (ttp://xmlpress.net)
Formats:rade Paperback, 5.5 x 8.5in. Ebook (ePub, Kindle, PDF)
ISBN:78-1-937434-62- (rint) 978-1-937434-63-2 (ebook)
Pages:83, bibliography, index
Price:$25.95 (print) $19.95 (ebook)
Distributors:ngram (print). O'Reilly (ebook). Ebook also available direct at https://store.xmlpress.com