The prominence and growing dependency on information communication technologies in nearly every aspect of life has opened the door to threats in cyberspace. Criminal elements inside and outside organizations gain access to information that can cause financial and reputational damage. Criminals also target individuals daily with personal devices like smartphones and home security systems who are often unaware of the dangers and the privacy threats around them. This title is a critical scholarly resource that creates awareness of the severity of cyber information threats on personal, business, governmental, and societal levels. Explores social engineering in information security, threats to cloud computing, and cybersecurity resilience; builds on available literature/expertise in information technology/security. Useful for academicians, educationalists, policy makers, government officials, students, researchers, and business leaders and managers.