Attack Vector : The Power of the Insignificant
by Tom Williams


Overview -
A pilot, pharmaceutical executive, medical doctor, investment advisor, and a priest die in accidents, or it seems that way. In Washington, DC, renowned FBI Chief Data Scientist Dr. Steven Flynn supervises a secret computer software program he designed. Its mission is to identify the smallest nuance of similarities in attacks on the Homeland. The system reveals the five seemingly deadly accidents had a single common fact; the use of software developed and marketed by a Silicon Valley software company. Were the accidents premeditated murders?When FBI Special Agent Molly Perchant confronts the Company's CEO with compelling circumstantial evidence that an unidentified employee was responsible for the killings, the CEO reaches out to Dr. Marcie Conover and Bill Ockham, partners at the private technology investigation firm Ockham's Razor to validate or deny the Government's claims. The Ockham's Razor team uncovers a heinous conspiracy that repurposes everyday digital products into weapons of death. Was it revenge, vengeance, terrorism, or cyber attacks? Was a Company employee complicit? Proving the three elements of an advanced technology crime: means, opportunity, and motive confront the duo's emotional, legal, and ethical boundaries.

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Overview
A pilot, pharmaceutical executive, medical doctor, investment advisor, and a priest die in accidents, or it seems that way. In Washington, DC, renowned FBI Chief Data Scientist Dr. Steven Flynn supervises a secret computer software program he designed. Its mission is to identify the smallest nuance of similarities in attacks on the Homeland. The system reveals the five seemingly deadly accidents had a single common fact; the use of software developed and marketed by a Silicon Valley software company. Were the accidents premeditated murders?When FBI Special Agent Molly Perchant confronts the Company's CEO with compelling circumstantial evidence that an unidentified employee was responsible for the killings, the CEO reaches out to Dr. Marcie Conover and Bill Ockham, partners at the private technology investigation firm Ockham's Razor to validate or deny the Government's claims. The Ockham's Razor team uncovers a heinous conspiracy that repurposes everyday digital products into weapons of death. Was it revenge, vengeance, terrorism, or cyber attacks? Was a Company employee complicit? Proving the three elements of an advanced technology crime: means, opportunity, and motive confront the duo's emotional, legal, and ethical boundaries.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781728631516
  • ISBN-10: 1728631513
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: October 2018
  • Page Count: 336
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.75 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.09 pounds


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