I’m the kind of person who, when I find that the book I wish I could read doesn’t exist, if I’m sure that it’s not out there, then I write it. I don’t do it for the money, necessarily, because the time it takes to write, including research, fact checking and getting feedback from experts, I’d be making far less than how much I charge for public speaking and consulting. In fact, I probably make less than minimum wage. But that’s not my goal. My goal is to give a product to the community that needs it. If I’m looking for this book, the odds are good that someone else is too. That was why I wrote a book on how to bridge the two worlds of executives and security engineers. The two speak in different languages and have different KPI, so they don’t always communicate with each other in a way that the other understands. Most recently, I have now written another book, Cyber Crisis. This book tells you how you can make cybersecurity a business enabler and keep yourself, your family, and your business safe. This book took years to write because I made sure it was vetted by my peers and mentors in the industry.