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Ted Koppel is scathing in his analysis of the potential risks and response to a terrorist attack on the United States electrical grid. In his 265+ page book, Koppel separates his thoughts into three parts: a cyber attack, a nation unprepared, and surviving the aftermath. He admits that such an attack would "require painstaking preparation, a sophisticated understanding of how the system works and where its vulnerabilities lie." Nonetheless, "several nations have that expertise…and criminal and terrorist organizations are acquiring it." Download the free excerpt (free account required).​​