Cyber War: What it Is and How to Fight It
Richard Clarke gives a thumbnail sketch of the history of the Internet and explains why it was developed without security precautions. He then argues that most of the businesses and much of the government in the United States are vulnerable to debilitating cyber attacks by states such as China and North Korea. close
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Richard A. Clarke Coordinator (Former) National Security Council->Infrastructure Protection and Counterterrorism
Peter Earnest Executive Director International Spy Museum
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