Cyberwar : Point. Click. Destroy.
Excellent books for reports or debate topics, these over-100-page titles present the facts and analyze some of the most controversial and challenging topics in today's news. These books empower teenagers to begin developing their own opinions. Each title includes extensive backmatter, including chapter notes, a glossary, a further reading list, Internet addresses, and an index.Experts have been warning for years that cyberwar -- an attack by computer -- could be as crippling as a physical attack. America's enemies could use computers to take out the nation's electric power, telephone systems, air traffic control, and the Internet. In Cyberwar: Point. Click. Destroy., author Francha Roffe Menhard explores the possibilities involved in a cyberwar: What would be involved? Who might the enemy be? How could America respond? Updated with information about the terrorist group al Qaeda.
- Hardback | 128 pages
- 166.1 x 234.2 x 13.2mm | 371.95g
- 01 Jul 2003
- Enslow Publishers
- Illustrations, unspecified
Reviews "A good update for science shelves."