In the short book Cybercrisis – It’s Personal Now, award-winning author William Keiper updates you on the vulnerability of your online presence. Losing our online security and personal data to hackers is a real danger that’s having personal consequences in e.g. loss of money, job or relationships. Keiper not only warns against the deep and hidden web, and what’s traded there but also offers advice how to protect yourself.
Our (near) addiction to smartphones, being online 24/7, and mixing work and private activities on the web throughout the day, not only at business computers but also on personal devices – thanks to the BYOD policy – we expose ourselves, colleagues, and management to security breaches. Awareness and appropriate actions can prevent a lot.
About the author
William Keiper is an award-winning and bestselling author of creative non-fiction. He is committed to helping individuals and businesses do things differently as the result of seeing things differently.
He is the author of CYBERCRISIS – It’s Personal Now; Life Expectancy – It’s Never Too Late to Change Your Game; and The Power of Urgency. He has also published a series of short political essays, Amazon for President; Apple for President and Walmart for President.
His writing and books have received numerous awards. his mission in life is motivation, leadership, and support for businesses and individuals committed to the urgent pursuit and achievement of their important objectives.
He has served as Chairman of the Board, Board Director, Chief Executive Officer, President and trusted advisor for a variety of public and private companies and committed individuals. Through his consulting firm FirstGlobal® Partners, Mr. Keiper serves individuals, company owners, boards, executives, investors and others in situations where the status quo will no longer be tolerated.
He earned a business degree with honors from Eastern Illinois University, a law degree from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, and a Master’s degree from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.
I received a free review copy from the publisher FirstGlobal Media in exchange for my personal, unbiased opinion upon reading.