Get Rich or Try Dying (Part Two)

Release Date: TBC

FICTION: Psychological Thriller

Henri Jones was not always the rich, successful psychopath he is today. He used to be a fugitive, on the run for a murder he did not commit and reliant on the kindness of a middle-aged, alcoholic French truck-driver.

Get Rich or Try Dying (Part Two) is the second half of his autobiography as he shares with you how he went from poverty to prosperity.

Getting rich is an obsession for Henri. Equipped with an inquisitive mind and devoid of nearly all emotion, can he achieve his goal?

Just how far is he willing to go?

…and why are there so many people out to get him?

The Cybersecurity to English Dictionary (5th Edition)

Release Date: 15 March 2022

ISBN 978-1-911452-39-3 (p) 978-1-911452-40-9 (h)  978-1-911452-41-6 (e)

NON-FICTION: Computers – Internet

Translation of over 500 terms used in cybersecurity into everyday English. A useful companion for anyone who wants to keep up on cybersecurity terms or confound others with their understanding.

Get Rich or Try Dying (Part One)

Release Date: 1 November 2021

978-1-911452-33-1 (p) 978-1-911452-32-4 (e) – also available as an audiobook.

FICTION: Psychological Thriller

Henri Jones was not always the rich, successful psychopath he is today. He used to be penniless, parentless and stuck living for years with dozens of stinky cats in his eccentric grandmother’s house.

Get Rich or Try Dying (Part One) is the first half of his autobiography as he shares with you how he went from poverty to prosperity.

Getting rich is an obsession for Henri. Equipped with an inquisitive mind and devoid of nearly all emotion, can he achieve his goal?

Just how far is he willing to go?

…and is he paranoid, or are there really quite a few people out to get him?

How to Hack a Human: Cybersecurity for the Mind

Released: 9 January 2019, paperback, hardback and ebook.

ISBN 978-1-911452-23-2 (p) 978-1-911452-27-0 (h) 978-1-911452-28-7 (e)

NON-FICTION: Computers – Fraud and Hacking

An analysis of criminal and commercial techniques designed to understand, control and influence human behaviour in the era of the surveillance economy.

Cybersecurity for Beginners (2nd Edition)

Released: 14 March 2017, 6″ x 9″ paperback, hardback, ebook and audiobook.

ISBN 978-1-911452-03-4 (p) 978-1-911452-13-3 (h) 978-1-911452-15-7 (e) – also available as an Audible audiobook

NON-FICTION: Computers – Internet

The essentials of cybersecurity, even if you have a non-technical background. Suitable for any business person keen to understand the topic or security specialists looking to update their knowledge.

How to Keep Your Stuff Safe Online

Released: 8 March 2017, 5″ x 8″ paperback, ebook and audiobook.

ISBN 978-1-911452-17-1 (p) 978-1-911452-18-1 (e) – also available as an Audible audiobook.

NON-FICTION: Computers – Internet

Any everyday person can protect themselves from the majority of online cybercrime using this inexpensive, accessible, concise and relatively jargon free set of online security guidance.

Cybersecurity Exposed: The Cyber House Rules

Released: 2 January 2017, 6″ x 9″ paperback and ebook.

ISBN 978-1-9114-5209-6 (p) 978-1-911-45211-9 (e)

NON-FICTION: Computers – Internet

What is causing the frequency and magnitude of digital disruption to increase? Is there a set of principles organizations can apply to prevent megabreaches?

Cybersecurity: Home and Small Business

Released: 12 & 14 June 2016, 6″ x 9″ paperback and ebook.

ISBN 978-1-911452-04-1 (p) 978-1-911452-07-2 (e)

NON-FICTION: Computers – Internet

This book is designed to provide guidance on the basic security practices we can apply at home or in small businesses to help decrease the risk of being successfully attacked. The guidance is kept simple, short and easy to follow, even if you have no technical knowledge.

The Encrypted Pocketbook of Passwords

Released: 17 June 2016, 4″ x 7″ Pocketbook

ISBN 978-1-911452-08-9 (pkt)

NON-FICTION: Computers – Internet

Enhanced Pocketbook version of the books directly below. Writing your passwords down is usually fraught with risks. ‘The Encrypted Pocketbook of Passwords’ helps you to store your passwords more securely in a physical format that you can read but others will find hard to break.

The Encrypted Book of Passwords (2nd Edition)

Released: 16 May 2016, 4″ x 7″ pocketbook, 6″ x 9″ Paperback and Hardback

ISBN 978-1-911452-01-0 (pkt), 978-1-911452-00-3 (p), 978-1-911452-02-7 (h)

NON-FICTION: Computers – Internet

Writing your passwords down is usually fraught with risks. ‘The Encrypted Book of Passwords’ helps you to store your passwords more securely in a physical format that you can read but others will find hard to break.

Prior Publications and Editions

The Cybersecurity to English Dictionary 4th Edition

The Cybersecurity to English Dictionary (4th Edition)

Released: 24 September 2018, paperback, hardback and ebook.

ISBN 978-1-911452-24-9 (p) 978-1-911452-26-3 (h) 978-1-911452-25-6 (e)

NON-FICTION: Computers – Internet

Translation of over 400 terms used in cybersecurity into everyday English. A useful companion for anyone who wants to keep up on cybersecurity terms or confound others with their understanding.

The Cybersecurity to English Dictionary (3rd Edition)

Released: 6 February 2017, paperback and ebook

ISBN 978-1-911452-10-2 (p) 978-1-911452-12-6 (e)

Translation of the terms used in cybersecurity into everyday English. A useful companion for anyone who wants to keep up on cybersecurity terms or confound others with their understanding.

Cybersecurity for Beginners

Released: 7 May 2015, 6″ x 9″ paperback and ebook.

ISBN 978-1-4834-3123-9 (p) 978-1-4834-3122-2 (e)

The essentials of cybersecurity, even if you have a non-technical background. Suitable for any business person keen to understand the topic or security specialists looking to update their knowledge.

The Cybersecurity to English Dictionary (2nd Edition) June 2016

ISBN: 978-1-911452-05-8 (p) 978-1-911452-06-5 (e)

The Encrypted Book of Passwords May 2016

ISBN: 978-1-326-64996-3 (pkt)

The Cybersecurity to English Dictionary Feb 2016

ISBN: 978-1-4834-4634 (p) 978-1-4834-4635-6 (e)