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Purchased this book as for a family member. It was a required book for a masters degree program.Published 2 days ago by DDR
In spite of being promoted by certain cyber conferences, Mr Rid has neither the experience or knowledge to support his simplistic views. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Dr. Rid's book is a breath - nay, a desperate gasp - of fresh air in an overwhelming sea of blather from self-professed experts who all too often lack expertise in warfare and... Read morePublished 10 months ago by The Desert Fly
A bunch of news clippings supporting a theory that doesn't mean anything. I strongly suggest you find a different book if you are interested in cyber.Published 11 months ago by Mike
But it wasn't really what I thought it would be. It is more about the definition of war than how to overcome the cyber challenges of the future.Published 23 months ago by Eric J. Benefield
This book contains more detail and better factually supported arguments than other books on the topic. A much needed corrective to loose talk about cyber war.Published 23 months ago by Richard Warner
I began this book with several preconceived notions about the conceptions surrounding cyberwar. My interest focused mainly on the possibility of cyberterrorism, which I now know to... Read morePublished on October 27, 2013 by Jason
Thomas Rid's book is summarized well in the last chapter, with "It is about time for the debate to leave the realm of myth and fairytale--to a degree, serious experts have already... Read morePublished on October 8, 2013 by Clay Wilson
I write reviews of books for several publications and blogs--mainly literary ones--but also have been involved in software design and information security issues. Read morePublished on September 16, 2013 by Michael C. Walker