My next book is still on track for a September 2018 publication. Norton is still the publisher. The title is now Click Here to Kill Everybody: Peril and Promise on a Hyperconnected Planet, which I generally refer to as CH2KE.
The table of contents has changed since I last blogged about this, and it now looks like this:
- Introduction: Everything is Becoming a Computer
- Part 1: The Trends
- 1. Computers are Still Hard to Secure
- 2. Everyone Favors Insecurity
- 3. Autonomy and Physical Agency Bring New Dangers
- 4. Patching is Failing as a Security Paradigm
- 5. Authentication and Identification are Getting Harder
- 6. Risks are Becoming Catastrophic
- Part 2: The Solutions
- 7. What a Secure Internet+ Looks Like
- 8. How We Can Secure the Internet+
- 9. Government is Who Enables Security
- 10. How Government Can Prioritize Defense Over Offense
- 11. What’s Likely to Happen, and What We Can Do in Response
- 12. Where Policy Can Go Wrong
- 13. How to Engender Trust on the Internet+
- Conclusion: Technology and Policy, Together
Two questions for everyone.
1. I’m not really happy with the subtitle. It needs to be descriptive, to counterbalance the admittedly clickbait title. It also needs to telegraph: “everyone needs to read this book.” I’m taking suggestions.
2. In the book I need a word for the Internet plus the things connected to it plus all the data and processing in the cloud. I’m using the word “Internet+,” and I’m not really happy with it. I don’t want to invent a new word, but I need to strongly signal that what’s coming is much more than just the Internet — and I can’t find any existing word. Again, I’m taking suggestions.
This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by Bruce Schneier. Read the original post at: Schneier on Security