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Ity in a terrifying new international conflict Cyber War Every concerned American should read this startling and explosive book that offers an insider’s view of White House ‘Situation Room’ ope. A first read winThere probably isn't anything new for anyone with an adeuate knowledge of the internet in this detailed but overwrought book on the possibilities of cyberwar Like his previous book the most interesting information comes from his personal experiences in advising presidents on this topic He really doesn't like George W Bush but his cynicism that Obama or any president for that matter is ready to address the threat is evident There is much detail on what constitutes cyber terrorism how it works and what nations are ready to take advantage of it However I found the book too dry and repetitive to really enjoy

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Cyber WarRations and carries the reader to the frontlines of our cyber defense Cyber War exposes a virulent threat to our nation’s security This is no X Files fantasy or conspiracy theory madness this is re. Infuriating and alarming so than ever in light of recent early 2013 news about the Chinese government's hacking into the computer networks of major western media organizations defense contractors military organizations and infrastructure controls; our own cyber attacks on the Iranian nuke program are also worrisome although they may have been the least of the available evils and better than either letting Iran develop nuclear weapons or watching Israel start a war to prevent it because Iran could strike back and we have no defensive capabilities to match our power to attack online I haven't worked in IT for some time but spent a lot of my time in the US military in that field and this makes perfect sense Reading Clarke's account of having tried and failed to get three successive US presidents to take this threat seriously is maddening This is where our government should have been focusing all the attention and effort it put into attacking and occupying Ira It sounds as if Obama might finally be paying attention as of this week; we'll see whether that lasts or leads to solutionsRichard Clarke refers to having been trained to always offer proposed solutions when he brought problems to the attention of his leaders I was trained the same way so that rings true He did and was given the brush off This book was his way finally in 2010 of taking his case directly to the American public you know just us folks who will pay the price for the laziness ignorance and negligence of our leaders in both parties in government and business An important book and one every voter should read and start bugging hisher elected public servants about

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Summary Cyber War ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ [Download] ➸ Cyber War By Richard A. Clarke – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Against All Enemies former presidential advisor and counter terrorism expert Richard A Clarke sounds a timely and chilling warning about America’s vulnerab AuthoAuthor of the New York Times bestseller Against All Enemies former presidential advisor and counter terrorism expert Richard A Clarke sounds a timely and chilling warning about America’s vulnerabil. I'm getting close to the half way point in this book and am feeling a lot like some of the other reviewers This book probably could have been condensed to 200 pages or maybe even 150 Between his repetitive nature and his unnecessary reminders of his personal political leanings this book would have been much better I even caught a few sentences where he mentioned trying to gain funding for himselfhuh Something felt off about the way he described this section And when you continue to repeat the same things in a book I start to lose interest And I shouldn't This is a book that is in my current field of study As much as something definitely does need to be done to secure our virtual infrastructure I don't necessarily agree that getting the government completely involved will do the trick as this seems to be the answer for many who don't want to sit down to think of a better strategy Right now I'm not sure if I feel like reading the rest of the book which is disappointing as I was initially very interested in reading this I find myself scanning through some of the pages now as I feel like I've already read this part I may uit this book for nowmaybe come back I don't know Feeling pretty impartial about it