Martin Libicki is a distinguished visiting professor at the U.S. Naval Academy, and a senior management scientist at the RAND Corporation. His work involves the national security implications of information technology, notably as it involves cybersecurity and cyberwar. He has a Ph.D., from U.C. Berkeley and graduated from MIT.
"This volume is encyclopedic, creative, and readable, challenging in its detail and reflections, and equally useful for political and military experts who are not steeped in cyber technology and technical specialists who need grounding in policy and strategy." -Richard K. Betts, PhD, Director, Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies, Columbia University, and author of Enemies of Intelligence and American Force "Martin Libicki has given us just we need in the complex area of cyber: a clear and comprehensive analysis of the entire range of issues from the technical to the operational and political. It is an indispensable one-stop shopping resource that can be read with great benefit by both novices and experts." -Robert Jervis, Adlai E. Stevenson Professor of International Politics, Columbia University "Delivers both a thorough introduction to the topic and a compelling set of recommendations on what to do about the national security challenge of our time." -Robert Knake, Whitney Shepardson senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations "A comprehensive and readable discussion of a complicated topic, and an important contribution to a vital issue." -Bruce Schneier, lecturer at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government "This work is likely to become well known for having bridged the divides that exist among technologists, strategists, operators, and policymakers in their search for solutions to cyberspace's multifaceted challenges, and should be read by every student and practitioner of these disciplines." - Military Technology