Prepping for Tomorrow
Published: October 16, 2015
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No bombs. No bullets. No swordfights. Just a few keystrokes on the computer. And we're done.
“This is a no BS look at one of the greatest threats facing the nation.”
CYBER WARFARE is a primer on the threats we face as a nation from bad actors on the international stage capable of cyber terror on a massive scale. It explores the history of cyber attacks, and discusses the nuances of the terminology. The United States, and its allies, have evolved over the past decade in its policies. The problem is attribution is explored as cyber space allows hackers a convenient place to hide.
The all important issue is raised: When does a cyber attack become an act of war?
After a thorough review of the threat a Cyber War poses for America, in particular the critical infrastructure, CYBER WARFARE will provide preparedness solutions. This guide will also help you answer the question: What if the preppers are right?
“You will look at the Internet in a totally different light.”
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT CYBER WARFARE
"I read Ted Koppel's book first, and found a reference to this book. This is much better written than Ted's. Ted has name recognition, but this deserves the media attention."
"You will look at the Internet in a totally different light."
"Clear, clean, well written, and absolutely necessary for every American to know. More helpful and more honest than Koppel's book on the same topic."
"Thought provoking and interesting. Definitely worth the read."
"Bobby [Akart] has written this in a way that anyone can understand and grasp the importance of this threat."
"This is a no BS look at one of the greatest threats facing the nation."
"A very well researched book and since I work in the IT field found it very interesting."