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Cybersecurity Elijah Lewis

Cybersecurity books abound. They have been flooding online marketplaces and bookstores for years. Each book claims to have covered all cybersecurity topics. They loudly claim that their book is the best and the only one that has the keys to treasure troves of cybersecurity knowledge, but, truth be told, they literally fail to impress well-educated readers who expect more. Many stuff their books with redundant topics and superficial things without citing real-life examples. A good book should be filled with different cybersecurity issues, countermeasures that need to be practical, and some real-world examples, such as incidents that made global news. This book is different from other cybersecurity books due to the fact that it has been written in a coherent form and that it contains the subjects that must be part of the competence of a cybersecurity expert.

I have done my best to make this book a coherent whole so that nothing important to this topic is left out. Let's take a look at an overview of what this book covers.

Cybersecurity: A Comprehensive Beginner's Guide to learn the Realms of Cybersecurity from A-Z 

This book is a mixed bag. Although the author appears knowledgeable, this book reads as if English is not his first language, or it has been translated without proofreading (e.g., the use of "huts" instead of "offices" or "studies" and other misnomers of the language). Also, as you can see in "Look Inside This Book," the one paragraph beginning "as the owner of a financial consulting firm" seems out of place and appears multiple times. I would like to see the 2nd edition.

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