Boom. 3 books in about 6 months. The next, and likely last for a few months at least, book is finally ready. Written with Allister Banks, Learning iOS Security is a look into iOS Security for those coming to the Apple platform. It’s meant for business, enterprise, infosec.
The first chapter, as I’ve done in a few previous books, was written as a quick and dirty “oh, this is all you’re gonna’ read, cool” type of thing. In security, 90 percent (or more) of the work is done in the first 10 percent of the time. I have this theory (unproven) that each percent represents a j curve in cost increase and when you hit 99, each .1 continues, then each.01, etc. No one can be truly secure.
Also, as I’ve done in the past, the final chapter looks at a few forensics options and tools. Allister was the best coauthor I’ve had to date. This was his book that I was brought in on. I didn’t have to do any of his work, and he held the chapters to a higher standard than the publisher. Truly, this is his book, I just contributed. Either way, Packt was great again and I hope you enjoy what we’ve done!