Yes there is apparently such a thing as a Cybersecurity Canon - Who knew?
Rick Howard, Palo Alto Networks Chief Security Officer, proposes the Cybersecurity Canon: a list of must-read books where the content is timeless, genuinely represents an aspect of the community that is true and precise, and, if not read, leaves a hole in a cybersecurity professional’s education that will make the practitioner incomplete.
I am not a cybersecurity professional, so I am allowed gaps in my education that render me incomplete. In my case it's grades 6 through 12 as well as a few of these books.
The Cannon as it currently exists (links at the original site)
Cyber History and Culture
No Place to Hide *
Where Wizards Stay Up Late
Fatal System Error *
Snow Crash *
The Blue Nowhere
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo *
Zero Day *
The Florentine Deception *
Confront and Conceal
Cyber Warfare (Syngress)
Cyber Warfare (O'Reilly)
Tallinn Manual On The International Law Applicable To Cyber Warfare
The Cert Guide To Insider Threats
The Practice Of Network Security Monitoring - reading
Secrets and Lies
The Code Book
Measuring And Managing Information Risk
Personally i think I would have put The Cuckoos Egg in there somewhere, probably cyber history, and I think Ghost Fleet is a far better choice than The Florentine Deception, especially since it makes you confront possible upcoming threats.