Unlike other reviewers, I read the book. I found it to be a well-documented summary of the history of cyber warfare by our governmental agencies, both defensive and offensive measures starting during the Cold War and continuing through to today. The details of how different initiatives were executed by different agencies, and the interactions between the different groups charged with cyber security was factual and well researched. If one reads the author's acknowledgements, this book was heavily based on original research and many interviews with the individuals named in the cyber operations.
Books like this really serve no purpose today other than lightweight propaganda: until that day of integrity strikes in America, and there is undertaken forensic audits of the CIA, DIA, NSA and the Federal Reserve, these books only serve the purpose to confuse and befuddle. [Is this author the one married to Brook Gladstone of Koch brothers-financed NPR? I believe she is one of the snarkiest people in the CorporateMedia? As long as the elites or powers-that-be offshore ALL the jobs, ALL the technology, and ALL the investment to China, as well as the coding of the so-called countermeasures used in the US government, then this is all so much mindless silly talk on the author's part, and the intel community! Trivia question: How many recent Chinese immigrants hired in sensitive positions the last 10 years have been found to shipping secrets back to the Chinese government?]
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