Dark Territory : The Secret History of Cyber War
by Fred Kaplan
Editor: SIMON & SCHUSTER
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Cyber-attacks dominate the headlines, as hackers move terrorists to the global threat list, and as senior generals warn of a cyber-war, few books are more timely and informative than the Dark Land: The Secret History of Cyber-War, by the Slate, columnist and Pulitzer Prize winner, journalist Fred KaplanKaplan probes inside the corridors of the National Security Agency, the post-top-secret cyber units in the Pentagon, the “information war” squadrons of military services and national security, debates at the White House, to say this never-said of the history of leaders, policy makers, scientists, and spies who designed this new form of war, and who were planning and (more often than people know) fighting these wars for decadesFrom the 1991 Gulf War to conflicts in Haiti, Serbia, Syria, the former Soviet republics, Iraq and Iran, where cyber-war played an important role, Dark Chronic Territory, fascinating details, a few known past that shine a disturbingly bright light on our future
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