IT-Harvest Press publishes Cybermilitia: A Citizen Strategy to Fight, Win, and End War in Cyberspace
Birmingham, Michigan October 03, 2013 Entertainment News(PRLEAP.COM) Cybermilitia: A Citizen Strategy to Fight, Win, and End War in Cyberspace is the second book from authors Siobhan MacDermott and J.R. Smith. They call on all of their broad knowledge of cyber threats and Internet history to portray a hopeful strategy to counter the rise of state sponsored and hacktivist cyber anarchy. The combination of individual and corporate commitment to security is the heart of an open-source cyber defense.
Now available on Amazon.com, in print and for Kindle, Cybermilitia: A Citizen Strategy to Fight, Win, and End War in Cyberspace offers a strong and effective response to today's relentless warfare in cyberspace. It is a proposal and a plan to preserve freedom, prosperity, and democracy on the global Web.
About the authors:
Siobhan MacDermott is one of the leading authorities on the future of Information Technology, consumer dynamics, cybersecurity, privacy, and business leadership. She currently is Chief Policy Officer of AVG Technologies, having worked in senior leadership positions at some of the best U.S. and global technology companies. MacDermott is both a US and EU national, and has worked on four continents and speaks five languages. She received her MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management and her second Master's degree from the Fletcher School. MacDermott, who serves on and advises several boards, is widely published: Authoring a Children's book on Internet Safety and Wide Open Privacy: Strategies For The Digital Life (IT-Harvest Press 2012).
J.R. Smith is one of the foremost experts on the future of Information Technology, disruptive innovation as well as consumer privacy, rights, and dynamics, both within the US and globally. He is the former CEO of AVG Technologies, a company he led to remarkable marketplace success, including a successful 2012 public offering on the New York Stock Exchange (Symbol: AVG). For six years, Smith built AVG into a multinational corporation recognized as one of the biggest players in the consumer security and privacy software market. The co-author of Wide Open Privacy: Strategies For A Digital Life (IT-Harvest Press 2012), Smith led AVG to drive cutting-edge innovation in the privacy and security industries-working with some of the world's leading experts in privacy, security and innovation.
About The Publisher:
IT-Harvest Press is a non-fiction book publisher formed in 2012 by Richard Stiennon, a security industry analyst and author of Surviving Cyberwar (Government Institutes, 2010). Its goal is to find and publish unique works by acknowledged experts.