The book makes the case for restraint in the cyber realm when it comes to nuclear weapons given the considerable risks of commingling weapons of mass disruption with weapons of mass destruction and argues against establishing a dangerous norm of hacking the bomb. Hacking the bomb is an exceedingly well written insightful and sobering review of the interconnection between the worlds nuclear arsenals and the growing use of cyber means for hacking disrupting spoofing and potentially attacking an adversary. Hacking nuclear weapons is a global threat by david krieger opinion contributor 10 08 18 0530 pm edt the views expressed by contributors are their own and not the view of the hill. Until i saw the title of andrew futters hacking the bomb cyber threats and nuclear weapons in the new books shelf of my university library i had never given any thought to what the new threat of cyber warfare means to the old threat of nuclear war quite a lot it turns out. Hacking the bomb provides the first comprehensive analysis of the cyber threat to nuclear weapon systems around the world dr andrew futter associate professor at the university of leicester makes the case for caution when it comes to the way we manage the ultimate weapon
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