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In honor of National Cyber Security Awareness Month 2015, we have put together a list of some of the newest and most popular security titles available in Safari.

Abusing the Internet of Things Threat Modeling Thinking Security Security for Web Developers

Abusing the Internet of Things by Nitesh Dhanjani

The Internet of Things is growing everyday and the potential threats that can affect a future with millions of connected devices poses a severe and immediate security concern. This new publication from O’Reilly Media covers sustained blackouts, attacking so-called ‘smart’ televisions, and vehicle security.

Threat Modeling: Designing for Security by Adam Shostack

Filled with practical, expert techniques on building better security into your systems and platforms, this book covers everything from exploring different threat modeling approaches to testing your designs.

Thinking Security: Stopping Next Year’s Hackers by Steve M. Bellovin

Author Steven M. Bellovin provides security professionals with the framework to look beyond this year’s ‘checklist’ of threats to help them anticipate future issues and how to deal with the consequences. Chapters in the book include a selection of case studies, how to think about the future, and cryptography.

Security for Web Developers (Early Release) by John Paul Mueller

Get early access to this brand new title (which does not publish in print until November) in Safari right now. It is full of practical and specific advice on topics such as how to develop a security plan, building reliable code, and how to think like a hacker.


Check out the full list here and don’t forget to tweet about Cyber Security Awareness on Twitter with the hashtag #NCSAM.

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