Cyberpower and National Security
Franklin D. Kramer, Stuart H. Starr, Larry K. Wentz
Potomac Books, Inc., 2009 - Cyberspace - 642 pages
This book creates a framework for understanding and using cyberpower in support of national security. Cyberspace and cyberpower are now critical elements of international security. United States needs a national policy which employs cyberpower to support its national security interests.
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