Summary and Analysis of Dark Territory: The Secret History of Cyber War
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About Dark Territory
by Fred Kaplan: Dark Territory
traces the secret history of US intelligence in the Internet age and describes how cyberwarfare has evolved since the 1980s. Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist and Slate
columnist Fred Kaplan reveals the major players, events, and technologies that have transformed the nature of war from being about bombs and bullets to bits and bytes.
Although Edward Snowden brought it into the public spotlight, the National Security Agency’s operations have been involved in US and international policy for years through secret operations, espionage, and counterintelligence. Dark Territory
is the covert and dangerous history of a war very few knew was being waged that continues to shape our future.
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