Spycraft Rebooted: How Technology is Changing Espionage
Technology is turning spycraft upside down. Once, intelligence operations could employ James Bond-style forgeries and disguises to infiltrate a target, but modern-day spies must succeed at the seemingly impossible: to hide in plain sight in a world where everything is visible.
Our technology-reliant lives are a trail of electronic interactions; from card payments to CCTV,...more
Lucas gives us a peek into the new era of spycraft, outlining the challenges faced by spy operations and how they may be ...more
Well written book. Our privacy isn't just a commodity, technology enables it to catch hostile actors quickly. The book seems to suggest countries willing to undercut democratic safeguards will have the edge over human intelligence from countries that do respect your civil liberties. I'm not persuaded but the argument is written in a compelling way
For for free through Prime Reading. It was interesting but not really engaging. Took a while to read as I could only really drop in when in the mood.
It's worth a look into it you're interested in the subject but don't expect anything long or groundbreaking.