Breaking Backbones: Information is Power

Book I of the Hacker Trilogy

by Deb Radcliff


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/31/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 194
ISBN : 9781665701082
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 194
ISBN : 9781665701099
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 194
ISBN : 9781665701105

About the Book

A hacker war seventeen years in the making erupts after GlobeCom takes over the world through human chip implants.

As dozens of hacker strike teams around the world attempt to relieve GlobeCom of its iron grip on humanity through a coordinated attack on its data centers, Cy is gravely injured and her husband is killed in the attack.

At his funeral, Cy learns the hacker clans are now going after her secret spouse, a chief security officer from GlobeCom’s China hub who has been anonymously feeding the clans inside information to aid their cause. Without any idea the China hub’s CSO is their secret source of information, the hackers leave in the middle of the night to intercept him at the DC hub. Cy realizes they are most likely walking into a turf war between global powers with deep resources and state-of-the-art weaponry. With time running out, Cy must dispatch another team to rescue her secret husband and the clan members converging in DC before she loses nearly everyone she holds dear.

In this exciting cyberthriller, investigative reporter Deb Radcliff tells a gripping story that raises important questions around invasions of privacy in a global bid for power through the use of technology.


About the Author

Deb Radcliff is the first investigative journalist to make cybercrime a beat. Since 1996, she has been embedded in the hacker and law enforcement communities learning their techniques, lifestyles, and philosophies that make them unique. Radcliff has won two Neal Awards for investigative reporting, and feels one of her crowning career moments was addressing engineering students and faculty at West Point Military Academy in 2001. For more, visit www.debradcliff.com.