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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.
Even as I enjoyed "America the Vulnerable" as I did I actually found this to be better. Well written and covers the topic very well.Published 3 days ago by Mark A. Jones
The book Cyber War is rather technical, at times, and it is not in typical story form. It is technologically sophisticated in explaining the potential for affecting and disrupting... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
The authors, Clarke and Knake's book is somewhat important for no other singular purpose, as they both note, "there are few books dealing with cyber war. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dr. Larry Leibrock
I think it is a little out of date for 2014. Something else would a better choice.Published 1 month ago by Joseph G. Gallagher
I am working on my Masters of Science in Information security. Prior to starting, I was assigned this book. It is the first book I read cover to cover with my Kindle Fire. Read morePublished 1 month ago by jim fishet
A good book tainted by political bias. Good material surrounded by Bush bashing and Obama coddling. Maybe Edition 2 will be apolitical; lack of discipline tainted an otherwise very... Read morePublished 1 month ago by cpd
Excellent book for references to various major cyber operations around the world. Lacking technical details on how the operations had taken place. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mark Lim