Here you go buddy.
Nance, Malcolm. The Plot to Hack America: How Putin's Cyberspies and Wikileaks Tried to
Steal the 2016 Elections. Skyhorse Publishing, 2017. Print: Paperback. 216 pages.
The Plan to Hack America is one of the most sort nonfiction books this year. Its
enlightening insight into how cybercriminals interfered with the 2016 general elections has
grabbed people's attention. Most Americans want to have a piece of some of the facts provided
by Nance on the events that unfolded during the election period. The book critically analyzes
how Russians interfered with the electoral process in the USA. The book was written and
published before the elections took place. Nance gives an insight into some of the activities that
were done by Russians and the impact they had in the overall polls.
Nance backs every assertion with evidence that is the public domain. Written by Malcolm
Nance, an author and media commentator, the book provides practical evidence on how Russians
meddled with America's elections. Malcolm is a former US Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer thus
he has vast knowledge on spying. His army background and early pieces of investigations erase
ones doubt on the book. His facts have been meticulously analyzed and presented in a readable
manner. Nance's in-depth research and analytics in the whole electrical process are well
presented for any reader. The book targets the American citizens and government officials
because it tackles that directly or indirectly affect America's election and political history.
Spencer Ackerman wrote the foreword for the book. He is the national security editor for the
Guardian. It was written before the elections so that the government could be careful about the
Russian involvement in the polls.
Nance is conversant with Russian activities because he was a Russian interpreter in the
early stages of his career. He was primarily involved in counter-terrorism activities, and he
mostly tracked Russian and Arabic terrorist groups. In his ...