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List and Mini-Reviews of InfoSec books I've read:
Art of Deception
Kevin Mitnick- The Art of Deception

Kevin Mitnick’s master text on Social Engineering points out that while companies are spending more and more on the latest security technologies, human beings are the weakest link in the security chain.  It contains 200 pages of social engineering horror stories the final chapters contain suggestions and an approach for effective information security awareness policy.

  Zero Day- A Novel
  Zero Day- A Novel 
“Zero Day” by Mark Russinovich, the creator of Windows SysInternals,  is the first “techno-thriller” that I’ve ever read that didn’t make me shake my head in disappointment or shake my fist in a rage at the technical inaccuracies.  It seems that Russinovich is as good of a fiction writer as he is a software engineer and that’s really saying something.

  Here's  a list of IT/InfoSec books I'm currently reading:
Exam Ref 70-410
Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012- Exam Ref 70-410

Group Policy 
Group Policy- Fundamentals, Security, and the Managed Desktop

  Hacking- Art of Exploitation
Hacking: The Art of Exploitation