Beschreibung des Verlags
Have you ever wondered what ingredients are required to create a compelling presentation?
Are you concerned about the amount of personal information that is collected about you and how it may be used?
Have you ever stopped to consider how vulnerable the human brain is to control and influence techniques?
In 2018, I spent most of the year writing one of my most ambitious books to date; How to Hack a Human: Cybersecurity for the Mind.
In that book I explored and analyzed all the different human control and influence techniques I could identify; social engineering, confidence tricks, unconscious bias, conscious persuasion and much more.
As a professional speaker, I also created a stripped down version of some of the key points for an entertaining and insightful presentation.
This book is a brief introduction to the topics covered in How to Hack a Human: Cybersecurity for the Mind and is loosely based on a professional presentation I make on the topic.
I hope this book raises your interest in human control and influence and provides you some valuable life skills and insights to defend against these exploits.