Glass cockpits, NextGen, iPads, drones -- these and other advances of the Information Age are revolutionizing aviation. High Tech Flying examines how these advances are impacting aviation and gives pilots the tools and knowledge they need to fly safely and efficiently in this new environment. High Tech Flying explains these technologies in plain English and from the pilot`s perspective, and explains how they work together to create a new way of flying in the Information Age.
The information the average American needs to safeguard their online identity is scattered across many different sources, is often contradictory, and is usually too technical to be useful to them. In this book I have tried to meet this challenge by collecting the necessary information in one place, explaining it as simply and practically as possible and separating good advice from bad. When I do have to use a technical term I try to define it as simply and clearly as I can. My ultimate goal is to make this a practical handbook which non-technical users can use to protect themselves and their families online.
I also want to be clear, this book is not a handbook for securing business information systems. The cybersecurity requirements for businesses and other large organizations (which typically have file, access, web, email, and database servers, not to mention hundreds of users) are much more complex than those for individuals and families. If you want to protect an organization's information assets from hackers, industrial espionage, malware, disgruntled employees and former employees you should engage the services of a competent and experienced information systems security professional (I am available, I should mention!).
Personal Internet Security Made Simple is available online at Amazon as a Kindle e-book for $4.99.
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