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An outstanding book and very easy to read and understand.
This is the nightmare scenario that "Cyber War," by National Security Advisor Richard A. Clarke and coauthor Robert E. Knacke, lay out in chilling detail in this book.
Though those heads are unlikely to read this book because a 5 page dossier would still get the points across and have ample space for FUD.
The book title enticed me to buy and read it as I had heard the term and had a general idea of computer warfare. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Mel Williams
Cyber War by Richard Clarke is a well written, informative look at what can happen in cyberspace and how a nation can be impacted by nation-states and nefarious, lone actors. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Psm5611
I found it amazing that this book written a few years ago is as relevant today as it was then. Just this week, the President talked about the need to attack cyber crime, never... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Arthur Worster
Worthwhile reading and was the status of the world cyberspace as of a few years ago. Read before reading @War for the background.Published 1 month ago by Richie Rich
Although read this books a few years ago, I never wrote a review. This book came up again in conversation and I was shocked this perspective would be preserved over time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Crisler
Good discussion on Cyber threats and evolving US policies and organizations to meet it.Published 2 months ago by Mike
The book is great on addressing issues with national security in the cyber space and it gives great possible solution to the problem. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Leon