Offensive Cyber Operations: Understanding Intangible Warfare (Hardback)Daniel Moore (author)
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Publisher: C Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd
Number of pages: 328
Dimensions: 216 x 138 mm
'No national cyber programme is the same--Moore's work illustrates the complexities of offensive cyber operations through the lenses of the most capable nations who employ them, their strategic goals and their methods for doing so. A very useful framework!' -- Lauren Zabierek, Executive Director of the Cyber Project, Belfer Center, Harvard Kennedy School
'Through embedding the subject in a historical lineage of signals intelligence and electronic warfare, Moore distils the true novelties as well as the continuities of the use of offensive cyber capabilities in warfare. Moore not only analyses the use of offensive cyber operations by military powers today, but also offers us a glimpse of what is to come.' -- Florian J. Egloff, author of Semi-State Actors in Cybersecurity
'Moore possesses an acute historical sensitivity and a scholar-practitioner's keen eye. This book cuts through the noise to explain military cyber operations with clarity and insight. An essential read for everyone interested in the complex battlespaces of twenty-first-century warfare.' -- Tim Stevens, Senior Lecturer in Global Security, Department of War Studies, and head of the King's Cyber Security Research Group, King's College London
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