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America the Vulnerable: Inside the New Threat Matrix of Digital Espionage, Crime, and Warfare (Anglais) CD – Livre audio, 29 septembre 2011

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"Cybercrime, espionage, and warfare are among the great challenges of this century, but as Joel Brenner argues, we are woefully ill-prepared to meet them. Drawing on history, law, economics, common sense, and his rare experience in counterintelligence, Brenner deftly describes the problems and offers a series of very practical solutions. This book is both well written and convincing."
(-Joseph Nye, author of Soft Power and The Future of Power)

"If you have a responsibility for protecting intellectual property, trade secrets and other instruments of successful business; if you are responsible for protecting national information and technology interests then you have a responsibility to read this book. Bring a change of underwear."
(-Vint Cerf, chief Internet evangelist at Google)

"America the Vulnerable offers an expert's keen insight into the netherworld of cyberrisk. Rich in facts, stories, and analysis, the book is a clarion call for more effective cyberpolicies and practices in both the government and private sector. America should take heed."
(-Ambassador Henry A. Crumpton, author of The Art of Intelligence )

"Brenner takes us inside the daily battle in the world of cyber espionage, where China and others are stealing American corporations' 'secret sauce.' He shows us the on-going cyber war that the US is losing."
(-Richard Clarke, author of Cyber War and Against All Enemies)

"Joel Brenner is a quiet hero-a lawyer who, after 9/11, forsook a prosperous life to serve the United States on a different kind of front line: the world of intelligence. He has written a book about cyberspace that will inform his fellow citizens-and should trouble them deeply. Any reader, casually familiar with the hacking and computer mischief that one reads about daily, will nonetheless be appalled at what he learns here about the scope of cyberespionage, crime, and malicious action that has already been directed against private citizens, corporations, and the government. A lucid, scary, and very important book."
(-Eliot Cohen, author of Supreme Command and Conquered into Liberty)

"Joel Brenner's book should be front and center in the 2012 presidential race. Scarier than a Stephen King novel-only this is nonfiction!"
(-David Smick, author of the international bestseller The World Is Curved ) --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Relié .

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Unabridged, 8 CDs, 10 hours

Read by Lloyd James

A former top-level National Security Agency insider goes behind the headlines to explore America's next great battlefield: digital security. An urgent wake-up call that identifies our foes; unveils their methods; and charts the dire consequences for government, business, and individuals.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An Accessible, Complex Book on National Digital Security 11 novembre 2011
Par Bart Mallio - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
There are a number of books available on the subjects of cyberwarfare, cybercrime, and state-sponsored espionage. The majority of these books tend to address only one of these subjects. The best of them provide nuanced, in-depth treatments of their subjects, but demand a specialized, pre-existent body-of-knowledge in order to be fully appreciated. Unfortunately, the worst of these books are often those aimed at a general audience, where an intelligent discussion of the real issues at hand is often exchanged for anxiety and hyperbole.

Joel Brenner's _America the Vulnerable: Inside the New Threat Matrix of Digital Espionage, Crime, and Warfare_ is a brilliant exception to both of these categories. Mr. Brenner may be uniquely-positioned to write this work-- he is trained as both a lawyer and an economist, and he has served as the United States' National Counterintelligence Executive and as Senior Counsel at the National Security Agency. He has first-hand exposure to the problems posed by cyberwarfare, cybercrime, and cyber-espionage, and possesses both the intellect and analytic toolsets with which to approach these problems.

Mr. Brenner begins by outlining the different problem-spaces-- cybercrime, the electronic theft of intellectual property, threats to weapons systems from compromised components, threats to the national powergrid-- by drawing on individual cases and events, and weaving them into a comprehensive narrative. Mr. Brenner painstakingly backs up his observations with almost 500 footnotes. (As a practitioner working in this space, I am familiar with the majority of what Mr. Brenner discusses in _America the Vulnerable_, and I still came away with much excellent supplementary reading material courtesy of the well-sourced research.) He continues with an excellent predictive scenario-- "June 2017"-- which synthesizes all of the previous work and makes explicit the cumulative threat.

Next, Mr. Brenner undertakes a discussion of how the gathering of intelligence and the protection of secrets has been fundamentally altered by information's transitus into searchable, indexed digital media. He concludes with a chapter entitled "Managing the Mess", where he lays out a number of responses to the current problems, encompassing shifts in public policy, as well as practical operational responses to business in a world rich in emergent, disruptive technologies.

Mr. Brenner's ability to make technical attacks and weaknesses clear to less-technical readers is impressive. No prior background in information technology is necessary to read and understand this book; however, Mr. Brenner has been meticulous in his explanations of complex technologies, and information security professionals will clearly recognize the issues under discussion. Personally, this book will greatly benefit me when I have to articulate certain risks to my executive management team.

By its very nature, this book must be a survey-- Joel Brenner cannot completely plumb all the subjects he is addressing in a 320 page book, and some specialists may yearn for more in-depth discussion on areas of particular interest to them. That being said, I think Mr. Brenner has achieved something powerful here-- he is articulating technical, economic, and legal problems to non-specialists while retaining a maximum of complexity and nuance. And, he has some logical, *actionable* responses to the problem-space. Bravo!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A wake up call . . . 14 août 2012
Par Eric Y. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
like ice water being thrown on you. This book is a sobering reminder of what can happen when we as a country think they are the best and the strongest . . . the all powerful. So much of this book focuses on China being one of the sources of these asymmetric cyberattacks. I would like to think that the very nature of cyberwarfare does not come from a country but from an organized ideology. Joe Brenner does a excellent job at point out where the country's weakness in a thought provoking manner. I wish our leaders and educators would read this book and prepare the country NOW for this type of "new" war. This should be mandatory reading for anyone interested in cyberwarfare.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Invaluable! Please read this. 10 mai 2013
Par Past Worshipful Dingus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This book masterfully outlines the cyber vulnerabilities of the United States and helps readers to understand why we should be worried and pay much more attention to our own privacy and security. Brenner is a National Security Agency insider who writes with first-hand experience. I am an Intelligence Studies student and a former government employee and this book has been a tremendous reference and resource for me. I urge you all to read it carefully and pay much more attention to how you handle your online lives.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Four Stars 22 novembre 2016
Par JP - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Very interesting point of view. Informative.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Four Stars 23 décembre 2015
Par Anon Omus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Good read from someone that was in the middle of the intelligence community.
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