second edition of Everyday Cryptography was published in June
The second edition, which features updates to key technologies and twenty percent new material on the likes of Tor, bitcoin, TLS 1.3, iPhone cryptography, WhatsApp cryptography, as well as a full chapter on the control of cryptography (following the Edward Snowden revelations).
Although there seem to be dozens (well, easily over 100) existing books on cryptography, most of these fall into several camps. Either they are:
So, Everyday Cryptography is aimed to fill this "gap" in the market, and I hope it will be of interest to a range of audiences, from information security professionals who want an "entry" guide to cryptography through to the mathematical science students who want some more application perspectives on cryptography.
For more information about Everyday Cryptography:
Reviews of the first
edition and related links:
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