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Richard A. Clarke, Counter-terror chief under presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush and author of Against All Enemies: Inside America 's War on Terror
“Fatal System Error accurately reveals the secretive global cyber cartels and their hidden multi-billion dollar business, proving cybercrime does pay and pays well."
Great book. I would also recommend Kingpin. Kingpin is about the cardersmarket and gives a good insight into how they operate.Published 8 months ago by John
See full review at my blog site: Terebrate
If you are interested in the evolution of cyber crime, Fatal System Error is a good first reference. Read more
The United States needs to prepare itself for a cyberwar in the near future. The book illustrates our need to defend our infrastructures. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ross Hoffman
When I first heard of this book, I thought it was only suited for computer propeller heads. But actually it was well written so anyone interested in ID theft could understand. Read morePublished 11 months ago by EM
This book is simply the best I've read so far on the subject. It is very well written and must read.Published 14 months ago by Yachtmaster
Its really the story of two people, one a hacker and the other a policeman, and a tale I found very seductive. Read morePublished 15 months ago by John Jay Browning
Warning: You will lose sleep if you buy this book, as you'll want to finish it quickly.
Joseph Menn provides a unique insight into the motivaations and activities of... Read more
The author is simply dead wrong on the spin he slathers all over the Costa Rica-based tales he relates, often out of whole cloth. Read morePublished 19 months ago by David Gzesh