Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons

In my life I've run into hundreds of people who have said 'I'm not a computer person'.  That's fine, but you should be willing to try and protect your money and identity.  This book doesn't require you to be a computer person.  But it gives you the tools and the know-how to secure yourself against threats.

To Everyone in Ukarumpa who doesn't work in CTS, and also to everyone at CTS (because you'll want to give this book to your family and friends),  to all of my friends,   I RECOMMEND THIS BOOK.

I've been on a mission for a few years to educate people on the many dangers of computing, and while I've successfully scared a lot of people, I haven't necessarily given you all the tools you need to assuage that fear.  This book does.  If I had the money, I'd buy a huge stack of these books and hand them out to all of you.   

This book is good.  It's FREE right now.  Buy it, get it, keep it in your laptop bag, read through it.  It's well written for non-techie people.  It's formatted well so you can easily go through it and follow the instructions.  But it's also realistic, and not paranoid like to many other security books.

I'm not related to the author in any way, I just really like this book. I'm going to go buy a few copies and make my teenagers read them, give one to my mom…..oh and there's…..and also… (trails off)