"This excellent analysis is essential reading for anyone concerned with the defense posture of the United States. All those with a stake in the security of the information infrastructure should read it. There is nothing else like it."--Dorothy Denning, Department of Computer Science, Georgetown University
"One of the most thoughtful and thorough books on the subject so far."--Seymour E. Goodman, Professor of International Affairs and Computing, Georgia Tech
"This book is the first comprehensive exploration of the strategic significance of information system vulnerability. Important reading for anyone trying to understand the full potential of cyber warfare."--Ashton B. Carter, Ford Foundation Professor of Science and International Affairs, Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government, and Co-Director, Harvard-Stanford Preventive Defense Project
"This excellent analysis is essential reading for anyone concernedwith the defense posture of the United States. All those with a stakein the security of the information infrastructure should readit. There is nothing else like it." Dorothy Denning , Georgetown University
About the Author
Gregory J. Rattray is currently the Commander of the 23rd Information Operations Squadron responsible for U. S. Air Force information warfare tactics and target development. He as previously assigned to Headquarters Air Force as the Deputy Chief, Defensive Information Warfare Division. He is a Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.