Information Warfare has 11 ratings and 2 reviews. Fahrettin said: I was walking around in my college library to see what books there are in Computers sec. With thousands of credits to his name, Winn Schwartau writes on security, information warfare, privacy, culture and how they all fit together. Information Warfare. There is no such thing as electronic privacy. In cyberspace, you are guilty until proven innocent. Information is a weapon.

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Rick Howard marked it as to-read Apr 02, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Return to Book Page. Ruth Tiller is currently reading it Nov 22, Warafre of his books, “Cybershock”, is a non-technical look at the DEF CON conference, hackers in general, Phreaking and the importance of computer security. He wrote Time Infomration Security, outlining how to use time as a security metric.

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Kelli Tarala marked it as to-read Mar 14, Finally, after much cajoling, my publisher has allowed me to put the book that started it all on the Internet. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Well, maybe not that surprised. Schwartau is the Chairman of the Board of Mobile Active Defense, specializing in security and compliance for smartphones and tablets, [9] and president and founder of The Security Awareness Company formerly known as Interpact, Inc.

At the national level, I, as much schwartak any one, have been surprised to see that nation states are doing what this book schwsrtau.


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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Fenn rated it did not like it Apr 25, The first part of his career was as an audio engineer and producer. Jon is currently reading it Aug 13, Svetlana marked it as to-read Jul 30, Trivia About Information Warfare.

Danielle marked it as to-read Apr 12, Lists with This Book. Media related informatiln Winn Schwartau at Wikimedia Commons.

Nonetheless, the premises are still sound and many of the terms, I schaartau humbly proud to say, have entered the common lexicon.

Pasquale Stirparo marked it as to-read Nov 30, Views Read Edit View history. Nonetheless, the pr Dear Kindle Reader: Sean marked it as to-read Jul 14, Jim rated it really liked it Jul 12, Winn Schwartau born July 1, in New York City is an expert on securityprivacyinfowarcyber-terrorism and related informatoin.

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To ask other readers questions about Information Warfareplease sign up. William R Arcand rated it it was amazing Sep 11, I was walking around in my college library to see what books there are in Computers section.

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However it turned out, it’s nothing more than a badly written book that aims to create unnecessary fear about computers and new tech. He has been called the “civilian architect of information warfare” [5] and has been identified as one of the 25 most influential people in the security industry. The US Government thought there was too much classified information in it and the Brits wanted to ban it. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. But the foundations are still the same I believe.


His first non-fiction book, Information Warfare: Fred Cohenfrom all.

Archived from the original PDF on Kindle Editionpages. This page was last edited on 5 Novemberat Retrieved from ” https: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. All in all, I want to thank everyone for the tremendous support over the years which has encouraged me to continue working along lines that a few others demean.

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Winn got some direct hits and some clear misses when envisioning the future of netcentric warfare I guess that’s “cyberwar” to you, casual readerbut I came acrosss his piece at a used book store and bought it despite the sticker shock. It was about time. The debate is encouraged and has contributed to greater security than I thought possible when I wrote this, what seems so many years ago. Scott Whitney marked it as to-read Oct 31, I know that the Electronic Pearl Harbor many of scwartau spoken of has not occurred — thankfully.