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Kingdom of Lies

ErsA veteran cybersecurity specialist has built a deep network of top notch hackers in one of the world's largest banks But then the bank brings in a cadre of ex military personnel to helpA cynical Russian only leaves his tiny New Jersey apartment to hack sports cars at a high performance shop in Newark But he opens his door to a consultant who needs his helpA hotel doorman in China once served in the People's Army stealing intellectual property from American companies Now he uses his skills to build up a private side business se. Somewhat interesting but very scattered It felt disjointed there was no clear connection between all of the various players and it felt like characters and stories just ended without any real resolution Read like a collection of notes about various people than a book

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Lling the data he takes from travelers to Shanghai's commercial center Kingdom of Lies follows the intertwined stories of cybercriminals and ethical hackers as they jump from criminal trend to criminal trend crisis to crisis A cybersecurity professional turned journalist Kate Fazzini illuminates the many lies companies and governments tell us about our security the lies criminals tell to get ahead and the lies security leaders tell to make us think they are better at their jobs than they areLike Traffic set in the cybercrime worl. Kate Fazzini takes the reader into the shadowy world of white hat and black hat hackers as she looks at the people who work at bank and those who try to hack the banks and precipitates other cyber frauds The names locations and companies are changed to protect those who give information which always leads to a little inflation of the story as the author acknowledges The people she covers are very interesting and you get attached to each group however as some others have acknowledged when you get to the end nothing really comes together and you are left wondering what the point was There is lots of good information in this book and interesting people but they just never tie together and you are left unsatisfied at the end

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Kingdom of Lies is a brilliant and bold debut as full of suspense as the best crime thrillers Linda Fairstein New York Times bestselling author of Blood Oath In the tradition of Michael Lewis and Tom Wolfe a fascinating and frightening behind the scenes look at the interconnected cultures of hackers security specialists and law enforcementA 19 year old Romanian student stumbles into a criminal ransomware ring in her village Soon she is extorting Silicon Valley billionaires for millions without knowing the first thing about comput. This book is an interesting read from the perspective that I learned a few things but it is of an overview of the subject and does not get down into the detailed aspects of cybercrime that I was expecting from the description That said I found this book a uick and enjoyable read Some of the things I learned were that hackers not consider or refer to themselves as hackers different countries use different methods to obtain information some black hats eventually become white hats you don t necessarily need to be a code nerd to be successful in the business and there are a wide variety of reasons why groups and countries do itOverall this book is for someone who is not necessarily looking for a great amount of detail on the subjectI received a free advance readers edition of this book courtesy the publisher with the understanding that I would post a review on Goodreads and my nonfiction book review blog I also posted it to my Facebook and Twitter pages


10 thoughts on “Kingdom of Lies

  1. says:

    25 stars rounded upI’m not a big fan of nonfiction but the world of hackers is so much in the news nowadays I was intrigued The city of Baltiâ

  2. says:

    Kingdom of Lies is an unfinished proposal of a book Kate Fazzini has fashioned her digging into the world of hacking into a story that is at once fascinating and rich and also disjointed and pointlessFazzini has molded numerous stereo

  3. says:

    This book is an interesting read from the perspective that I learned a few things but it is of an overview of the subject and does not get down into the detailed aspects of cybercrime that I was expecting from the description That said I found this book a uick and enjoyable read Some of the things I learned were that hackers not consider or refer to themselves as hackers; different countries use different methods to obtain information; so

  4. says:

    I think my expectations were raised a little by the blurb likening Fazzini to “the Michael Lewis of cybercrime” and the story never really flows or seems as well drawn as Mr Lewis is capable of But that’s ob

  5. says:

    Absolutely atrocious writing with the only redeeming uality being the interesting subject matter Fazzini tries to take us into the minds of the many characters but noone is sufficiently fleshed out enough to be a mere caricature of a person T

  6. says:

    Somewhat interesting but very scattered It felt disjointed; there was no clear connection between all of the various players and it felt like characters and stories just ended without any real resolution Read like a collection of notes about various people than a book

  7. says:

    The author of this book is my husband’s niece Kate Fazzini Kingdom of Lies opened up the world of hackers both good and b

  8. says:

    We hear a lot about cybercrime but very little about the shadowy figures behind it Who are these people who are lurking in cyberspace flooding it with malware crippling websites holding our data for ransom taking down giant corporations? Apart from a certain amount of noise about Russian hackers there's not a lot of information out thereKate Fazzini worked in cybersecurity and now writes about it The principal lie refer

  9. says:

    Kate Fazzini takes the reader into the shadowy world of white hat and black hat hackers as she looks at the people who work at bank and those who try to hack the banks and precipitates other cyber frauds The names locations and companies are changed to protect those who give information which always leads to a l

  10. says:

    From the outset Fazzini tells us these are stories but the way they overlapped gave me false hope that all would merge and culminate in a comprehensive ending to all the various cybershenanigans Party Girl Renè Kreutz in Romania evolves into a hacker involved uite heroically with dastardly Sigmar Sig Himelman who is practically related to Cybercrime Researcher Dieter in Helsinki and then there is hacker Bolin Chou in China and an

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