Author Dan Verton seems to have the credentials to write a book about In chapter 1, he presents a fictional scenario, Dark Winter, which involves a carefully. Letter The polemic surrounding Thomas C. Greene’s recent review of Dan Verton’s Black Ice: The Invisible Threat of Cyber-Terrorism continues. Get Instant Access to Black Ice The Invisible Threat Of Cyber Terrorism By Dan Verton. #c2a89e EBOOK EPUB KINDLE PDF. Read Download.

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Gone are the days when the only victims are those who are unfortunate enough to be standing within striking distance of the blast.

Set up a giveaway. Another subject covered extensively in the book is whether al-Qaeda is really going in the direction of cyberterror. However, if truck bombs against data storage facilities and IT infrastructure as well as EMP weapons are added to the fray as suggested in the booksuddenly cyberattacks are not about hacking anymore and the damage potential rises dramatically.


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That “businesses, banks, government offices, industrial plants, and manufacturing firms [would be] also starved of connectivity. Is that good that we know where or how they can attack or bad that the terrorists can use this book as a base for planning?

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Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Verto and South Korean computers were hit by a series of attacks…. Marine Corps and has authored several books on cybersecurity, bblack the groundbreaking work, Black Ice: Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Show More Show Less. What is scary is that so many Corporate Execs and government officials are probably still ‘naysaying’ and ‘poo-pooing’ the idea of any cyber criminals wanting to get into their little bowls of rice.

In his spare time, he maintains his security portal info-secure. I f a cyber-terrorist attack of this magnitude were to occur, it is unlikely that the US government would be at the front lines.

The “shock” value of this material is high, but he took no shortcuts in making his case. I have read this book and the reviews on Amazon. A journalist with Computerworld magazine, a former intelligence officer in the Marines, and a writer who has traveled around the world, he should be blacj to put the threat of cyber-terrorism into its proper perspective.


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It is not if a devastating cyber attack will occur, it is when. Share your thoughts with other customers. MP3 audio – Standard Price: You unplug one factory from the network, and, at best, its suppliers are annoyed and its banks are irked. Cyberterrorism, does it exist? Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. He points out how the US government would be overwhelmed by the attack, unable to react quickly enough to stave off its massive effects.

The new face of terrorism–cyber-terrorism–is all too clear.

Technology and Early Warning He argued that, although no major cyber-terrorism attacks had yet occurred, the vulnerability of critical systems had been proven and the U. What al-Qaeda Knows about the U. Dan has an amazing gift as a journalist and also to explain technical material in an approachable manner.