Professionals using the Internet need to understand the principles and limits of cyberspace security processes as they use digital tools to communicate with clients and service providers. For the beginner and intermediate user of digital tools, a valuable book is one our friend and e-Lawyer commentator Ron Friedman recommended to me, which I just finished: Secrets & Lies: Digital Security in a Networked World, by Bruce Schneier (Wiley, 2000). Schneier is a cryptography specialist and author of "Applied Cryptography" (1993). In Secrets & Lies, he provides specific and practical guidance to maximizing the security you can obtain in your digital environment.
Read the rest of this comment on Secrets & Lies in my extended posting at: eLawyer Blog.