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Definitely a must for the professional, as well as those seeking a primer on this subject(s).
The late U.S. Navy Admiral Arthur Cebrowski was a strong advocate for the evolution of naval command and decision systems to C4ISR systems.
These days, it is really difficult to find one book that covers both technical and academic perspective.
First things first, this book is not a how-to guide for hacking! This book covers the fundamentals of cyberpower theory, both technical and political. Read morePublished 4 months ago by R. Griswold
I found the book to be rather very focused on the US instead of taking international Cyberpower and national strategy.Published 11 months ago by Agust Finnsson
This book has a very interesting title , but it is too much Garrulus...
Mosr writting is common sense and the whole book may be fast read in about half to one day , even it is... Read more
This was one of the few books I've read on cyber policies that doesn't seem to have an apparent axe to grind. Read morePublished on January 10, 2012 by Blackstone
These days, it is really difficult to find one book that covers both technical and academic perspective. Read morePublished on November 3, 2011 by Aleex