“When the lights go out after the cyberattack, this is the book everyone will read.”—Richard A. Clarke, author of Cyber War and former National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection, and Counter-terrorism
“In Lights Out, Ted Koppel uses his profound journalistic talents to raise pressing questions about our nation’s aging electrical grid. Through interview after interview with leading experts, Koppel paints a compelling picture of the impact cyberattacks may have on the grid. The book reveals the vulnerability of perhaps the most critical of all the infrastructures of our modern society:
I used these quotes from Ted Koppel’s new book to highlight how the fears of this group are going main stream. The truth is so awful no one wants to believe it, yet it is staring us in the face. It is going to happen, while every one hopes it won’t. Believing that a catastrophe is going to happen is not the same as wishing it comes true.
Ted’s book is mostly about cyber attacks, however we can all see something is going to happen. Then the dominoes will fall in a chain reaction.