Cyberspies: Inside the World of Hacking, Online Privacy, and Cyberterrorism

Editor/Author Miller, Michael
Publication Year: 2021
Publisher: Lerner Publishing Group

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-72-841390-7
Category: Social Sciences - Contemporary Issues & Controversies
Image Count: 39
Book Status: Available
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This book looks at the legal and illegal forms of cyberspying, goes behind the scenes to explore career paths in cyberintelligence, and looks at the digital threats of cyber propaganda, fake news, cyberterrorism, and threats to the US government and individuals.

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Table of Contents

  • Dedication
  • Chapter 1. Spies like Us: Inside the World of Cyberintelligence
  • Chapter 2. Cybersleuthing: Searching for Information (Legally)
  • Chapter 3. Cyberespionage: Obtaining Secret Information
  • Chapter 4. Cyberpolitics: Hacking the Vote
  • Chapter 5. Cyberpropaganda: Spreading Fake News
  • Chapter 6. Cyberattacks: Ransomware and More
  • Chapter 7. Cyberterrorism: Attacking Systems and Infrastructure
  • Chapter 8. Cyberwarfare: Nation versus Nation, Online
  • Chapter 9. Cybersecurity: Playing Defense
  • Chapter 10. Want to Be a Cyberspy?
  • Glossary
  • Source Notes
  • Selected Bibliography
  • Further Information
  • About the Author
  • Photo Acknowledgments