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    In Cybersecurity and Cyberwar: What Everyone Needs to Know®, New York Times best-selling author P. W. Singer and noted cyberexpert Allan Friedman team up to provide the kind of deeply informative resource book that has been missing on a crucial issue of 21st-century life. Written in a lively, accessible style, filled with engaging stories and illustrative anecdotes, the book is structured around the key question areas of cyberspace and its security: how it all works, why it all matters, and what we can do.

    Along the way, they take listeners on a tour of the important (and entertaining) issues and characters of cybersecurity, from the Anonymous hacker group and the Stuxnet computer virus to the new cyberunits of the Chinese and US militaries. Cybersecurity and Cyberwar: What Everyone Needs to Know® is the definitive account of the subject for us all, which comes not a moment too soon.

    ©2014 P. W. Singer and Allan Friedman (P)2016 Tantor

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    "The timely book brings thoughtful, witty, and balanced analysis to this very important emerging discussion." ( The Atlantic)

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    • Pascal
    • 04/03/2017

    A job application for some government job?

    What disappointed you about Cybersecurity and Cyberwar?

    I started this book and was quickly disappointed with its lack of content. The first part gives the reader some random facts about the history of the internet and cybersecurity, some generic technical information and that was about it. I was not impressed but I kept going.

    The second part of the book got me puzzled. How could the authors display such a poor understanding (or such a poor confidence) in the power of distributed architecture, open source software and basically everything that makes the Internet. I wouldn’t say it’s perfect but it’s not Armageddon everyday either. At that stage I felt I was in a Bruce Willis movie “It’s a DDOS attack, we’ll all gonna die”…. I went from being not impressed to feeling I was wasting my time but I kept going.

    Then came the part where the authors make recommendations. In short, their solution is lots of government supervision, hire lots of people and spend lots of money. There is nothing in the book about how to manage risk. It is all about avoiding risk at all cost. There is no practical recommendations that organizations concerned with their bottom line can implement…. Then I gave up. I must admit I did not finish the book.

    My only rational explanation is that this book is a job application by the authors to some government job.

    Pascal,

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    • Mark
    • 27/02/2017

    Outstanding

    Fascinating book, it provides a comprehensive overview of the current state of cyber security and the incredible challenges facing cyber security professionals. Very detailed, the authors go to great lengths to point out some very scary vulnerabilities and they also dispel some fears that are probably overblown. Very even handed in how they approache political perspectives for cyber strategies. The narrator does an excellent job. Highly recommended.

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    • LizzToon
    • 12/11/2016

    Good overview

    A thorough look at the complexities of the cyber domain from many different angles. A well documented history of how we got to where we are with technology as well.

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    • netusera
    • 05/10/2016

    Everyone needs to know more.

    This is the iceberg... forming and melting. A tip today gives rise to another tomorrow.

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    • alec1 xNavy
    • 07/08/2016

    excellent overview of cyber security for us laymen

    highly recommended for a birds eye view of personal cyber security. I recommend following the guidelines provided in the book to protect yourself. if you live on the internet, this is a great manual to use for protection guidance.

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    • Rob Gray
    • 24/07/2016

    Lots of good background and context

    Mr Singer and Mr Friedman are incredibly thoughtful and thought provoking writers. This book introduces a great many policy conversations. I appreciate that the commentary is unbiased or at least presents both sides (private industry and public/regulatory) of the subjects discussed herein. Thank you Peter and Allan.

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    • Thomas Hoye
    • 04/05/2016

    Let's hope there is not a sequel

    This is my least enjoyable book from audible even including those I returned. The author seems lost interest in the subject early in the book feeling the pages with poorly connecting data to the main theme and he uses metaphors that are disjointed bringing added confusion rather than clarity.
    By the time the end of the book the pages run on with filler as if to make a page quota. Add to this is a narrator whose sing song delivery is more fitting narrating a book on the joy of kite flying than what is supposed to be a serious subject.
    This book is not the concise and crisp covering of the subject matter I hoped it would be.

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    • Julie A Good
    • 29/03/2016

    from a cyber immigrant

    well done. q/a format useful. topical organization literally provides a response to what anyone connected to the Internet needs to know.


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    • Kiel Hunt
    • 14/12/2016

    For those that don't know, that they don't know!!

    if you are someone inclined in computer networking technology and understanding this book is actually pretty good as a reinforcement but not solely for you. This book is definitely designed for those people who if almost every chapter there's a point where they bring up something that you don't know then this book is definitely for you

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    • Matt L
    • 27/08/2016

    Must read for all

    This fills in the blanks for those seeking understanding of the cyber domain and cyber security.

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