ATTRIBUTION

SOCIAL AND CYBER SPACES

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

Taiye Lambo has been trained to search for what’s broken and fix it. Identify potential threats and promote security. This lens of viewing the world led Taiye to fight other global issues like family breakdown, social injustice and stigmas around Autism Spectrum Disorder. 

As part of that pursuit, Taiye wrote Attribution: Social and Cyber Spaces to draw attention to these issues. This fictional novella details 40 weeks in the life of a 14-year-old ninth grader from Atlanta, Georgia: a ‘straight A’ student and hackathon champion experiences parental separation and expulsion from school, becomes a national security threat and survives a drone attack in a remote location in Montana.

Through AttributionTaiye aims to inspire the younger generation to avoid the dark side of social and cyber spaces – and fill the dire skills shortage and diversity gap in the global cybersecurity industry instead. 

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Most IT guys write code,

NOT FICTION.

But Taiye Lambo’s career in cybersecurity very decisively put him on a path towards writing his first book. 

Most IT guys write code,

NOT FICTION.

But Taiye Lambo’s career in cybersecurity very decisively put him on a path towards writing his first book. 

Knowledge should be used as a force for good.

– TAIYE LAMBO