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The Perfect Weapon

War, Sabotage, and Fear in the Cyber Age

"[Sanger’s] description of the cyber portion of Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election is thorough and convincing. It ought to be required reading for anyone who doubts the extent and seriousness of the Russian effort… The great value of
The Perfect Weapon is less in its specific policy prescriptions than in its being the most comprehensive, readable source of information and insight about the policy quandaries that modern information technology and its destructive potential have spawned.”

—The New York Times


“Timely and bracing… With the deep knowledge and bright clarity that have long characterized his work, Sanger recounts the cunning and dangerous development of cyberspace into the global battlefield of the 21st century… A reader finishes this book fully understanding why cyberwar has moved rapidly to the top of America’s official list of national security threats. And why, for the first time in three generations, this nation’s power in the world is seriously threatened.”


David Von Drehle, 
The Washington Post


"This encyclopedic account by a
Times correspondent traces the rapid rise of cyberwarfare capabilities and warns that ideas about how to control them are only beginning to emerge."

—The New York Times Book Review (Editor's Choice)

“In his new book,
The Perfect Weapon, Sanger offers a panoramic view of the rapidly evolving world of cyber-conflict. He covers incidents from the covert U.S. cyber-campaign to sabotage Iran’s nuclear program (a story we know about largely because of Sanger’s diligent reporting) to Edward Snowden’s epic heist of National Security Agency data. And yes, there’s also plenty of background on Russia’s active measures during the 2016 campaign. But there’s also a wealth of gripping material on stories that have probably been missed by the broader public… It all adds up to a persuasive argument for the truth of the book’s title.”


Christian Caryl,
 The Washington Post

“[
The Perfect Weapon is] an important—and deeply sobering—new book about cyberwarfare.”


Nicholas Kristof, New York Times

"A chilling new book."

—The Financial Times


“Anyone who doubts cyber’s unintended consequences should read David Sanger’s new book
The Perfect Weapon: War, Sabotage, and Fear in the Cyber Age. Sanger, a reporter for
The New York Times, has been a dogged and diligent observer of cybersecurity issues for years. His book is a readable account of what went wrong.”


Robert Samuelson,
The Washington Post

“[
The Perfect Weapon] reads like a thriller spy novel, except the stories are true, which makes the book more terrifying… Sanger shows the political, military, and economic impacts of actual hacks, moves made by governments and industry to counter moves and protect against future attacks, and the counter to the counter to the counter, all told at a breathtaking pace. But this is more than just a real-life drama; it also is a cautionary tale of the policy of information power… This book at turns was both fascinating in its detail and access and terrifying in its implications.”

—Proceedings

“[Sanger] has penned one of the most comprehensive and accessible histories of cyberwar to date… Sanger’s book is more than a history and primer. It also advances a series of arguments, among them that the United States is not ready for the kind of cyberattack to come.”

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Einband gebundene Ausgabe
Seitenzahl 384
Erscheinungsdatum 19.06.2018
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-0-451-49789-5
Verlag Crown Publishing Group
Maße (L/B/H) 24.4/16.1/3.5 cm
Gewicht 625 g
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