Cyberwar and Cyber-attack: How is our strongest network at risk of becoming our weakest link?

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Cyberwar and Cyber-attack: How is our strongest network at risk of becoming our weakest link?

Description

Main Argument: This book argues that before engaging into detailed, complicated texts about cyberwar and cyber attacks, one should have a general grasp of what the larger issues are. While the book moves beyond concepts like "hackers" and "espionage," it provides a comprehensible summary of cyber threats and issues. No jargon is used so the content is accessible, but they make a more complex argument that the United States' network is not as strong as people think.

Style: Popular

Sourcing: Popular sources

Structure: Smaller book; 130 pages

Context in discussion: This book provides a general look at cyber issues without using too many technical terms that people may not be familiar with. Though it does not go into depth, to understand what United States' leaders are saying, reading this book provides a solid foundation of cyberwar.

Context in website: For more information about cyberwar in less technical terms, the Industry Report Collection goes into more depth about cyberwar but is still understandable.

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Santos, Fabio (no biography available)

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Santos, Fabio (no biography available), "Cyberwar and Cyber-attack: How is our strongest network at risk of becoming our weakest link?," in Cyberwar Resources Guide, Item #30, https://www.projectcyw-d.org/resources/items/show/30 (accessed October 23, 2021).