Technology has become integral to our everyday lives, and it doesn’t seem like that’s going to change. We use it in our everyday lives, our jobs, and pretty much anywhere else you look. This will only continue as we create better and cheaper tech, allowing us to do incredible things that make our lives easier. With so much constantly growing tech out there, it can be hard to keep up with the latest and greatest innovations. A great way to learn more about technology is to read a good book about it. Here are a few of the best books on technology to check out in 2022.
User Friendly: How The Hidden Rules Of Design Are Changing The Way We Live, Work And Play – Cliff Kuang And Robert Fabricant
In User Friendly, the authors talk about the idea that machines should be capable of anticipating needs. They then explore how design principles have come to define our lives. Through over a hundred years of history, the book shows how these principles have influenced our lives.
Through this book, you’ll gain an understanding of how design has evolved to help drive innovation and development. You’ll also be able to connect the dots between what’s happening in your organization and what’s working well.
Social Engineering: The Science Of Human Hacking – Christopher Hadnagy
There are a variety of obstacles that people face in the workplace, from over-achievers to timid types. Regardless of their personality, everyone can fall for a phishing or social engineering scam. These types of scams can quickly destroy an organization.
According to a study, about 22% of all data breaches involve phishing. This book aims to help organizations prepare for and prevent these types of attacks. It will also teach you how to identify and respond to phishing threats.
Rise Of The Robots: Technology And The Threat Of A Jobless Future – Martin Ford
In his new book, Martin Ford argues that the threat of automation is not only threatening the jobs of people around the world, but it is also threatening global inequalities. He argues that the solutions that are currently being developed to prevent automation from affecting our lives are not enough.
This Is How They Tell Me The World Ends: The Cyberweapons Arms Race – Nicole Perlroth
In this book, journalist and author, Nicole Perlroth explores the dark and mysterious world of cyber espionage. Through her work, she draws readers into the world of international digital affairs, where the secrets of the cyber underworld are often hidden. Readers will also learn how to spot the signs of exploitation, as well as how journalists and rogue citizens can be used to avoid being spied on.