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In just two decades, the Internet went from novelty to necessity, connecting the world like no other medium. While it is a powerful tool for information and communication, it also has a dark, shadowy side with the potential to disrupt or destroy.

National Security expert Mike Rogers explores the dangers of life in the digital age in World War E.

Rogers draws upon his experience at the highest levels of the intelligence community to explain why cyberspace is the new battlefield between nations, citing specific examples where China and Russia and other countries have cyber-meddled in U.S. Affairs.

He details the billion-dollar-a-year business of digital extortion, one that threatens to destroy or disrupt critical infrastructure like medical and police records and even your own personal information.

Hell discuss how your digital footprints leave a trail of personal data available for cyber-thieves and terrorists to trade and sell in the Dark Web.

The electronic world has a profound effect on your personal security and privacy…but you have to know how it works to protect yourself.

Mike Rogers analyzes the threats and gives the best case, worst case, and most likely scenarios in World War E.

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