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␆ New  ✾ Dark Territory: The Secret History of Cyber War - Kindle edition by Fred Kaplan. Politics & Social Sciences Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com. to read ⡾ Book Author Fred Kaplan ⤁ ␆ New ✾ Dark Territory: The Secret History of Cyber War - Kindle edition by Fred Kaplan. Politics & Social Sciences Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com. to read ⡾ Book Author Fred Kaplan ⤁ Acompelling history of cyberwarfare Evan Osnos The New Yorker A consistently eye opening history of our governments efforts to effectively manage our national security in the face of the largely open global communications network established by the World Wide Web The great strengths of Dark Territory are the depth of its reporting and the breadth of its ambition The result is not just a page turner but consistently surprising One of the most important themes that emerges from Mr Kaplans nuanced narrative is the extent to which defense and offense are very much two sides of the same coin The biggest surprise of Dark Territory is the identity of the most prominent domestic heroes and villains in the secret history Dark Territory is the rare tome that leaves the reader feeling generally good about their civilian and military leadership The New York Times A book that grips, informs and alarms, finely researched and lucidly related John le Carr Comprehensively reported history The books central question is how should we think about war, retaliation, and defense when our technologically advanced reliance on computers is also our greatest vulnerability The New Yorker Dark Territory captures the troubling but engrossing narrative of Americas struggle to both exploit the opportunities and defend against the risks of a new era of global cyber insecurity Assiduously and industriously reported Kaplan recapitulates one hack after another, building a portrait of bewildering systemic insecurity in the cyber domain One of the deep insights of Dark Territory is the historical understanding by both theorists and practitioners that cybersecurity is a dynamic game of offense and defense, each function oscillating in perpetual competition The Washington Post Dark Territory offers thrilling insights into high level politics, eccentric computer hackers and information warfare In 15 chapterssome of them named after classified codenames and official and unofficial hacking exercisesKaplan has encapsulated the past, present and future of cyber war The Financial Express An important, disturbing, and gripping history arguing convincingly that, as of 2015, no defense exists against a resourceful cyberattack Kirkus Reviews, starred review Kaplan dives into a topic which could end up being just as transformational to national security affairs as the nuclear age was The book opens fast and builds from there, providing insights from research that even professionals directly involved in cyber operations will not have gleaned You will love this book Bob Gourley CTOvision.com The best available history of the U.S governments secret use of both cyber spying, and efforts to use its computer prowess for aggressive attacks Contains a number of fascinating, little known stories about the National Security Agency and other secret units of the U.S military and intelligence community An especially valuable addition to the debate John Sipher Lawfare Fascinating To understand how deeply we have drifted into legally and politically uncharted waters, read Kaplans new book, Dark Territory The Secret History of Cyber War George F Will The Washington Post Fred Kaplans Dark Territory may become a classic reference forscholars and students seeking to understand the complicated people who ushered the United States into the cyber conflict eraand the tough decisions they made Rear Admiral Grace Hopper, Director, Center for Cyber Conflict, US Naval War College Proceedings of the U.S Naval Institute Deeply sourced.Luckily, hes not slavishly loyal to his sources Pittsburgh Post Gazette EDITORS CHOICE New York Times Book Review Chilling Kaplan is one of Americas leading writers on national security, and his accounts of cyberattacks are gripping assiduously researched Edward Lucas The Times London Peppered with many fascinating behind the scenes anecdotes A readable and informative history P.W Singer The New York Times Book Review A Hot Type Book Pick for March 2016 Vanity Fair A Hot Tech Book of 2016 Tech Republic Worthy of any spy thriller a strong narrative flow impressivelydetailed deeplyrelevant vital The National UAE Jarring a rich, behind the headlines history of our governments efforts to make policy for the jaw dropping vulnerabilities of our ever increasing dependence on computers Kaplan renders a vivid account of the long struggle waged by presidents, bureaucrats, generals, private sector CEOs, and privacy advocates Kaplan enjoys considerable credibility in defense circles, but he guides us through the dark territory of cyber conflict with an omniscient narrator voice reminiscent of Bob Woodwards behind the scenes books Today, Kaplan argues, it is precisely U.S pre eminence in the network connectivity that makes us the most vulnerable target in the world to cyber sabotage Washington Independent Review of Books Pulitzer prizewinning journalist Fred Kaplans taut, urgent history traces the dual trajectory of digital surveillance and intervention, and high level US policy from the 1980s on NATURE Dark Territory is a remarkable piece of reporting Fred Kaplan has illuminated not merely the profound vulnerabilities of our nation to cyber warfare, but why it has taken so long for our policy makers to translate indifference into concern and concern into action This is a vitally important book by a meticulous journalist Ted Koppel, author of Lights Out A Cyberattack, A Nation Unprepared, Surviving the Aftermath A fascinating account of the people and organizations leading the way towards a cyber war future Dorothy E Denning, author of Information Warfare and Security, 1st Inductee, National Cyber Security Hall of Fame A very in depth work its content is enlightening and intelligent and the secrets it uncovers are astounding The News Hub Everyone has heard the term cyber warfare Very few people could explain exactly what it means and why it matters Dark Territory solves that problem with an account that is both fascinating and authoritative Fred Kaplan has put the people, the technologies, the dramatic turning points, and the strategic and economic stakes together in a way no author has done before James Fallows, national correspondent, The Atlantic Chilling Haaretz Revealing On a vital current events topic, the well connected Kaplans well sourced history gives readers much to ponder Booklist One of the very best books ever written about the American military in the era of small wars Fred Kaplan brings a formidable talent for writing intellectual history The New York Review of Books Excellent An intellectual thriller Time Excellent Poignant and timely A good read, rich in texture and never less than wise Foreign Policy The best account to date of the history of cyber wara human story a history as revealed by the people involved in shaping itfull of detail, including information that will be new even to insiders The Times Literary Supplement Its not easy to write an engaging book on cyberwar, and Kaplan, a national security columnist at Slate, has done an admirable job He presents a clear account of the United States evolution into a formidable cyberpower, guiding the reader through a thicket of technical details and government acronyms Foreign AffairsComprehensively reported history The books central question is how should we think about war, retaliation, and defense when our technologically advanced reliance on computers is also our greatest vulnerability The New Yorker A book that grips, informs and alarms, finely researched and lucidly related John le Carr Dark Territory captures the troubling but engrossing narrative of Americas struggle to both exploit the opportunities and defend against the risks of a new era of global cyber insecurity Assiduously and industriously reported Kaplan recapitulates one hack after another, building a portrait of bewildering systemic insecurity in the cyber domain One of the deep insights of Dark Territory is the historical understanding by both theorists and practitioners that cybersecurity is a dynamic game of offense and defense, each function oscillating in perpetual competition The Washington Post The best account to date of the history of cyber wara human story a history as revealed by the people involved in shaping itfull of detail, including information that will be new even to insiders The Times Literary Supplement Kaplan dives into a topic which could end up being just as transformational to national security affairs as the nuclear age was The book opens fast and builds from there, providing insights from research that even professionals directly involved in cyber operations will not have gleaned You will love this book Bob Gourley CTOvision.com The best available history of the U.S governments secret use of both cyber spying, and efforts to use its computer prowess for aggressive attacks Contains a number of fascinating, little known stories about the National Security Agency and other secret units of the U.S military and intelligence community An especially valuable addition to the debate John Sipher Lawfare Fascinating To understand how deeply we have drifted into legally and politically uncharted waters, read Kaplans new book, Dark Territory The Secret History of Cyber War George F Will The Washington Post Deeply sourced.Luckily, hes not slavishly loyal to his sources Pittsburgh Post Gazette Fred Kaplans Dark Territory may become a classic reference forscholars and students seeking to understand the complicated people who ushered the United States into the cyber conflict eraand the tough decisions they made Rear Admiral Grace Hopper, Director, Center for Cyber Conflict, US Naval War College Proceedings of the U.S Naval Institute Chilling Kaplan is one of Americas leading writers on national security, and his accounts of cyberattacks are gripping assiduously researched Edward Lucas The Times London Peppered with many fascinating behind the scenes anecdotes A readable and informative history P.W Singer The New York Times Book Review A Hot Type Book Pick for March 2016 Vanity Fair A Hot Tech Book of 2016 Tech Republic Worthy of any spy thriller a strong narrative flow impressivelydetailed deeplyrelevant vital The National UAE Jarring a rich, behind the headlines history of our governments efforts to make policy for the jaw dropping vulnerabilities of our ever increasing dependence on computers Kaplan renders a vivid account of the long struggle waged by presidents, bureaucrats, generals, private sector CEOs, and privacy advocates Kaplan enjoys considerable credibility in defense circles, but he guides us through the dark territory of cyber conflict with an omniscient narrator voice reminiscent of Bob Woodwards behind the scenes books Today, Kaplan argues, it is precisely U.S pre eminence in the network connectivity that makes us the most vulnerable target in the world to cyber sabotage Washington Independent Review of Books Pulitzer prizewinning journalist Fred Kaplans taut, urgent history traces the dual trajectory of digital surveillance and intervention, and high level US policy from the 1980s on NATURE Dark Territory is a remarkable piece of reporting Fred Kaplan has illuminated not merely the profound vulnerabilities of our nation to cyber warfare, but why it has taken so long for our policy makers to translate indifference into concern and concern into action This is a vitally important book by a meticulous journalist Ted Koppel, author of Lights Out A Cyberattack, A Nation Unprepared, Surviving the Aftermath A fascinating account of the people and organizations leading the way towards a cyber war future Dorothy E Denning, author of Information Warfare and Security, 1st Inductee, National Cyber Security Hall of Fame Everyone has heard the term cyber warfare Very few people could explain exactly what it means and why it matters Dark Territory solves that problem with an account that is both fascinating and authoritative Fred Kaplan has put the people, the technologies, the dramatic turning points, and the strategic and economic stakes together in a way no author has done before James Fallows, national correspondent, The Atlantic A very in depth work its content is enlightening and intelligent and the secrets it uncovers are astounding The News Hub Praise for The Insurgents Thrilling reading A fascinating history The Insurgents proceeds like a whodunit An authoritative, gripping and somewhat terrifying account of how the American military approached two major wars in the combustible Islamic world There is no one better equipped to tell the story than Fred Kaplan, a rare combination of defense intellectual and pugnacious reporter He brings genuine expertise to his fine storytelling NYT Book Review One of the very best books ever written about the American military in the era of small wars Fred Kaplan brings a formidable talent for writing intellectual history The New York Review of Books Excellent An intellectual thriller Time Excellent Poignant and timely A good read, rich in texture and never less than wise Foreign Policy Praise for Daydream Believers Illuminating incisive The New York Times Excellent and devastating Go, please, and buy Kaplans book His great work deserves attention and reward Time Fred Kaplan has long been one of our most incisive thinkers about strategic issues In this provocative book, he challenges many of our assumptions about the post 9 11 world and offers a dose of realism about the way the world actually works after the end of the Cold War Its a bracing read Walter Isaacson Praise for The Wizards of Armageddon Fascinating It contains much that is not only new but stunning about the nations official thinking and planning for nuclear war Washington Post Book World An absorbing work The story of the remarkable civilians who developed the novel field of nuclear strategymen such as Bernard Brodie, William 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    • Dark Territory: The Secret History of Cyber War - Kindle edition by Fred Kaplan. Politics & Social Sciences Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
    • 3.4
    • 268
    • Hardcover
    • 353 pages
    • Fred Kaplan
    • English
    • 20 November 2016

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