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Mar 22, 2004 5:08 pm re: Planning to write a book on Information Security
Andrew
Hi Michael,

I'm new to this network however I have been involved in the world of Internet Security for some time now. I am *only* 18 years of age but still I have a lot of experience in this field. I have worked as security analist and have wrote several Proof of Concept exploits for (known) vulnerabilities.

Writing a book on such a subject is quite a difficult task. You have to monitor your potential readers and position yourself in these people. You have to get to know their level of knowledge and write it in such a way that they will find it interesting. A lot of security books are written with way too much jargon in it, a lot of people are scared of this and they wont read the book.

Hope this has helpt you just a little, if everybody helps you a little bit you will get their in the end.

Kindest regards,
Andrew Aird

> Michael Chua wrote:
> Dear Ryzers
>
>I've been living and working in 15 cities across 4 continents over the last 20 years, specialising in the IT and inforation security industry.
>
>I'm planning to write a book on information security targeted at the Management. It will not be an academic text but a series of 'scenarios' based on my experience.
>
>Can you tell me what you would want out of a book like this?
>What do you always like to find out about of such a topic, but never have been published?
>
>Being in the industry for that period, I've to seek the help of people to get me out of my tunnel vision.
>
>Many thanks.
>
>Michael Chua

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