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Quantum computing is the atomic bomb of global information warfare. Its key is this man-made diamond, Larry said, "and we can't just steal it. So we need to hack into the network to get the diamond's code." Larry paused, letting Tanner process what he had been told. "That's why you're here." Tanner Zane is a Mormon with a secret criminal past. Nobody suspects that before his religious conversion he had hacked into thousands of computer networks across the globe. But Tanner's guarded past is exposed when he's kidnapped and forced to hack into an impossible target—Los Alamos National Labs. Inside is a prototype quantum computer powerful enough to crack the digital safeguards of the Internet. When Tanner learns that cyber-terrorists will use it for massive identify theft and corporate espionage around the world, he deliberately engages in an intellectual battle with his captors to prevent them from obtaining the device.The Quantum Breach makes you wonder just what you would be willing to sacrifice in order to save the world.
Most people who use social media are unaware of the inherent risks of the Internet. They assume their personal information is always protected and secure. They are wrong. Computer hacking is a billion dollar business, and identify theft is no longer just a threat it s a reality. Few people understand the terrifying, yet realistic threat of computer hacking like Denver Acey. Spending his entire professional career in the information technology industry, Denver has witnessed and thwarted actual computer hacking attempts. From his top-secret job working for the US Military to securing networks at Fortune 500 companies, Denver is intimately familiar with how hackers go about their unscrupulous activates. Utilizing actual hacking concepts and scenarios, Denver wrote THE MORMON HACKER to entertain, yet illustrate how vulnerable everyone is to cybercrime.