Zero Day Inducted into the Cybersecurity Canon

Zero Day has been inducted into the Cybersecurity Canon, a collection of books considered to be required reading for people working in the field of, or interested in, cybersecurity.

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Publisher’s Weekly Reviews Trojan Horse

Trojan Horse gets a great review from Publisher’s Weekly: “Russinovich’s second novel featuring computer genius Jeff Aiken improves on his first, Zero Day (2011)…Russinovich makes the technical lingo easy to understand as he successfully builds an exciting thriller around people sitting in front of computer screens.

Zero Day: A Non-Fiction View

Mark makes the case for how his hit cyberthriller, Zero Day, is likely to be realized in non-fiction form in this 20-minute short version of his popular RSA Conference session.

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