Information Warfare: How To Survive Cyber Attacks - Michael ErbschloeOsborne / McGraw-Hill, 2001, Hardback in Dust Wrapper.
Condition: Very Good — in Very Good Dustwrapper. Dustwrapper very slightly rubbed at the edges.
From the cover: “This guide provides information on the emerging subculture of hackers and cyber-terrorists as well as practical recommendation on how they can be stopped. This study answers the need of IT professionals to protect their computer and computer-based assets. Contains Information warfare the new framework for analysis; beyond the infrastructure — how information warfare can destroy economies and disrupt everyday living; the electronic doomsday scenario — how ten people could cause $1 trillion in economic disruption; fighting against macro threats — defensive strategies for governments and industry groups; the information warfare arsenal, what every organisation needs to know to defend against information warfare tactics; civilian casualties — the victims and refugees of information warfare; the new terrorist profile — the curious nerd is moving to the darkside; law enforcement — being behind the technology curve and how to change that.”