Six-Legged Soldiers: Using Insects as Weapons of War "Six-Legged Soldiers is an excellent account of the affect arthropod-borne diseases have had on warfare...This book will inspire readers to understand...threats and prepare new methods to combat them."--Nature, November 2008
"Both science and military history buffs will learn much from Lockwood, a self-described skeptic...
Inside Cyber Warfare: Mapping the Cyber Underworld
During his campaign for reelection in 1996, the Internet-savvy President Bill Clinton used the slogan “Building a Bridge to the 21st Century.” It turns out that the bridge is operated and maintained in cyber form, and that malevolent actors can practice their black arts to disrupt or destroy the bridge, its cyber traffic, and all...
50 Battles That Changed the World
Any attempt to list the 50 most important battles in all history is necessarily
subjective. To list them in order of importance is an even greater exercise
of chutzpah. Nevertheless, people have been listing decisive battles since
Sir Edward Creasy, a lawyer who taught history, a century-and-a-half ago.
Other compilers include... Hiding in Plain Sight: Steganography and the Art of Covert Communication Your hands-on guide to understanding, detecting, and using today’s most potent tool for secret communication–steganography
These days, encryption of confidential data and communications is an increasingly important part of doing business. But steganography can take data confidentiality to a whole new level, since it hides encrypted...
Physical Security for IT "Michael has unquestionable knowledge about how organizations today are linking their systems across enterprise-wide networks and virtual private networks (VPNs), as well as increasing their exposure to customers, competitors, browsers, hackers, and physical threats to the facility equipment and network(s). This book will show you how each... Castles and Fortified Cities of Medieval Europe: An Illustrated History
During the Middle Ages, castles and other fortified buildings were a common feature of the European landscape. As central powers rose and fell, the insecurity of the time inspired a revival of fortification techniques first introduced in the Roman Empire. Despite limitations in construction techniques and manpower, medieval fortifications...
The Marine Corps Way: Using Maneuver Warfare to Lead a Winning Organization
Perhaps the preeminent conventional fighting force in the world, the United States Marine Corps owes much of its modern-day success to the adoption of a combat philosophy known as maneuver warfare. Maneuver warfare uses speed, surprise, and concentrated force to exploit an opponent’s weakness and enables the Marines to achieve maximum...
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