Bestselling Books by Kevin Mitnick

See the Cybersecurity Industry Like Never Before

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The world’s most famous hacker was also the author of four published books, including the cybersecurity industry primer, The Art of Deception, and the New York Times Bestselling Ghost in the Wires.

From his firsthand experience eluding authorities to his personal take on the biggest threats to our modern digital privacy, readers go inside the one-of-a-kind mind of Kevin Mitnick for a perspective like none other. With the pace of true-crime thrillers, Kevin’s books are fun, exciting, and have readable language so everyone can understand. 

Discover Kevin Mitnick’s books below to learn more about his extraordinary life.

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The Art of Invisibility

Privacy is not what you think it is. In fact, it barely exists for most of us. Learn the real security threats facing you and your family every day, as well as simple, inexpensive ways to defend yourself with step-by-step instructions.

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Ghost in the Wires: My Adventures as the World's Most Wanted Hacker

In this New York Times Bestselling autobiography, Kevin Mitnick tells the story of his adventures in becoming the world’s most famous hacker. Take a wild joyride from his prankster beginnings to eluding the FBI and broking into security systems around the globe (just to prove he could), to leading one of the most elite niche security teams in the world.

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The Art of Intrusion: The Real Stories Behind the Exploits of Hackers, Intruders and Deceivers

In this collection of real-life cybercrime thrillers, Kevin Mitnick shares the most wild information security stories in the industry with insider insights on how these computer crimes could have been prevented.

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The Art of Deception

Through stories of real-life attacks on businesses and governments, Kevin Mitnick shows exactly how humans are used to take down the best security systems in the world, without even knowing it. Then, see the security protocols and training programs that could have prevented it.

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