With thousands of credits to his name, Winn Schwartau writes on security, information warfare, privacy, culture and how they all fit together.
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Information Warfare: Chaos on the Electronic Superhighway
His first non-fiction book, “Information Warfare: Chaos on the Electronic Superhighway“(1993, 1994, 1996, 1997) developed the concepts and taxonomies of Information Warfare and Cyberterrorism. This book brought previously classified ideas into the public domain. He called for the creation of a National Information Policy, a Constitution in Cyberspace and an Electronic Bill of Rights. The sequel, “Information Warfare: Cyberterrorism, Second Edition,” was released in hardcover then paperback in 1997/1998.
An Overview of Information Warfare in 3 Parts
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In addition, he wrote the second and third volumes of Information Warfare, Terminal Compromise and “The Complete Internet Business Toolkit” (1996), one of the first books to ever be banned from export out of the United States.
He was also a contributor to all three of AFCEA’s Cyberwar Books (Ethical Conundra of Information Warfare, Something Other Than War, and The Carbon Unit as Target) and several international works on CyberWar and Espionage.
His other popular writings include “CyberChrist Meets Lady Luck” and “CyberChrist Bites the Big Apple,” “The Toaster Rebellion of ‘08”, “Firewalls 101” (DPI Press), Information Warfare, (Schaffer/Poeschel, Germany), “Introduction to Internet Security” (DGI/ MecklerMedia), and chapters for Internet and Internetworking Security Handbook (Auerbach). His hit book “CyberShock” will be available for download shortly.
His new book, Analogue Network Security is now available on Amazon.
Download the Sneak Peak of Analogue Network Security, including Chapters 0 & 1