Amazon.com just posted my two star review of The Illusion of Due Diligence by Jeffrey Bardin. From the review:
I have mixed feelings about Jeffrey Bardin's "The Illusion of Due Diligence" (TIODD). I did read the whole book. However, I am not sure I would advise others to read it. TIODD struck me as a collection of stories describing how bad choices can lead to difficult situations. Some of the bad choices are the author's, so I have trouble sympathizing with him. Still, I was continuously amazed that the author would choose to record his professional life story in print, especially given the reader's ability to reassemble the true names behind the pseudonyms. Overall, I consider TIODD to be a curiosity that would keep your attention mainly for the "train wreck" aspect of the author's security career.