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To begin with, any non-political book with this much political bias should call into question the conclusions reached by the authors.
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.
Written more like an adventure story than a "book of facts," it's a very engaging read as well as being a valuable resource manual.
Good book ,can't believe our government is letting us get behind on cyber security .Published 6 days ago by Alan Ceprano
Very high level. If you are used to reading Bruce Schneier or Brian Krebs, then this will be a disappointment. Read morePublished 14 days ago by J. Blackmon
if after reading this book you're not scared out of your pants, then you weren't paying attention. Clarke, an advisor to Presidents of both parties, and Knake not only lay out the... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Amazon Customer
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 1 month 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 1 month 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 1 month ago by Arthur Worster