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Win A Free Copy of Packt’s ‘Mobile Security: how to Secure, Privatize, and Recover Your Device’ !

Submitted by on December 23, 2013 – 11:34 PM 6 Comments

SecurityOrb.com is pleased to announce that we are organizing a giveaway especially for you. All you need to do is just comment below the post to enter and get an opportunity to win a free copy of ‘Mobile Security: how to Secure, Privatize, and Recover Your Device’. Three lucky winners stand a chance to win copy of the book. Keep reading to find out how you can be one of the Lucky One.

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Overview of ‘Mobile Security: how to Secure, Privatize, and Recover Your Device’ :

  • Learn how mobile devices are monitored and the impact of cloud computing
  • Understand the attacks hackers use and how to prevent them
  • Keep yourself and your loved ones safe online

Book Page :  http://goo.gl/wFdw9J

How to Enter?

Simply post your expectations from this book in comments section below. You could be one of the 3 lucky participants to win the copy.

You can also read my review of the book here.

DeadLine:

The contest will close on 02/01/14 . Winners will be contacted by email, so be sure to use your real email address when you comment!

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  • Drbearsec

    Sounds like a cool book, looking forward to reading how they recommend securing mobile natively or open source vs the use of third party software.

  • ZAYDAY

    This book is going to be critical in empowering people to protect themselves against cyberattacks. #cyberselfdefense

  • Ken G

    Would love to read this book. Much of our business today is handled remotely and transacting the same way. Seems like this could be a great read.

  • Pierre D

    Seems to be a Nice Read, with the business model changed to mobile computing and the ever present threat of hacking….could be good insurance.

  • Hans

    Just read the sample chapters at packtpub.com and find myself thirsty for more. Hopefully I will see this for sale at ShmooCon. The chapter I would like to have read is 8, “Getting your life back after you have been hacked”, lets face it we will, or are currently hacked. The use of mobile devices are so prevalent that we use them more than pencil and paper. Except I’m safer with the later. Good work securityOrb on bringing this to our attention. -Hans

  • Ron

    It seems that every day there is a new mobile device popping up around the office, especially after Christmas, everyone got new toys and too often they don’t think about the data that they store on these new devices. It looks like this book high lights those issues and points out those risks very well, also offering some good security tips.