THE ART OF INTRUSION
By Alessandro Negrini | May 11, 2023
To date, it still makes sense outlining a clear boundary between the different meanings we give to the word "safety",
or it would be more appropriate to recognize that the impact of the digital transition makes such a separation increasingly indistinct
and that the same resources are exposed – once again time – to multiple threats, not least those posed by a mix of
social engineering and cybercrime?
To deepen this theme, today I recommend the two volumes "The art of hacking" and "The art of deception", both by the programmer
(and ex-hacker) Kevin Mitnick (Feltrinelli, 2003-2006), works by now mature from a purely technical point of view of modern cybercrime,
but undoubtedly valuable as regards the logic that must guide, upstream, the process of criticalities analysis and
proactive management of security in the IIoT 4.0 environment.
This is to remind us that the much coveted "interconnection requirement" is still a two-way street and anyone who does not check
in at the door risks finding themselves unwelcome guests in their own home.
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