Thursday, January 21, 2010

Review of "Inside Cyber Warfare" posted

Yes, I've been on a reading kick lately, and my most recent selection was Jeffrey Carr's Inside Cyber Warfare: Mapping the Cyber Underworld.  I'm not really a big fan of using the cyber- prefix unless you've got some kind of bionic implant, but otherwise I really liked this book and gave it the full 5 stars:

"Inside Cyber Warfare: Mapping the Cyber Underworld" is the best book I've seen for those of us charged with defending against the highest-end threats to information security. It provides a comprehensive intelligence briefing on actors, capabilities, motivations and possible responses to acts of cyberwar. I highly recommend this for government, military and corporate readers who are responsible for either securing their own networks or for setting security policy. The threat is real, and these groups are active. Inside Cyber Warfare is the guide you need to help you understand the context in which your organization operates on the modern battlefield.

You can read the full review here if you like.


markus said...

great read. Thanks for posting this!

mike dovan said...

wow, very intelligent. Now off to use my vaporizer for weed