In The Art of Invisibility, Kevin Mitnick explains how to be safe in the age of big brother and big data. He teaches you how to go undetected online and off, including tips on covering your tracks with encryption and other measures. Drawing on his own experience as the world’s most famous hacker, Mitnick offers a wealth of information on remaining invisible in a connected world.
For who is this book for ?
The Art of Invisibility is for anyone who wants to remain safe and anonymous in a world where big brother is always watching. Mitnick offers expert advice on how to cover your tracks online and off, including tips on encryption and other security measures.
- The author is a world-renowned expert on computer security.
- The book offers lots of practical tips for remaining invisible online and offline.
- It’s easy to read and understand, even for people who don’t have a background in computers or technology.
- The book may be a little too technical for some readers.
- The author occasionally repeats himself.
- Some of the information in the book is outdated (since it was published in 2017).
Learn more about the author
Kevin Mitnick is one of the most famous hackers in history. He was convicted of computer crimes in 1995 and served five years in prison. Since then, he has written several books on the subject of information security and lectures around the world on how to stay safe online.
“This book is a must read for anyone who wants to stay safe in the age of big brother and big data. Mitnick offers an abundance of useful tips that will help you keep your private information private.”
“The Art of Invisibility is an important book, one that all computer users should read. Mitnick’s years of experience as a hacker make him the perfect teacher for this subject.”
“One of the world’s most famous hackers shows you how to be safe in the age of big brother and big data. Drawing on his own experience, Mitnick offers a wealth of information on remaining invisible in a connected world.”
“Mitnick successfully accomplishes his goal of teaching the reader how to be invisible and protect their digital footprints.”