DSS 797 Cyber-Security
Assistant Director with the U.S. Government – Present
- Supports Congress, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Staff, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Department of Homeland Security, and the Intelligence Community. He currently leads teams examining a range of intelligence issues.
- Teaches graduate courses on cyber warfare and international politics at George Mason University, Catholic University of America, and Missouri State University.
- Academic research has focused on cyber issues and has been published in various journals, such as Comparative Strategy, the National Cybersecurity Institute Journal, and the Journal of International Security Affairs.
- His work has also been presented at international conferences and used as part of the curriculum in the U.S. Army War College’s Department of Military Strategy, Planning and Operations.
- The Evolution of Cyber War: International Norms for Emerging-Technology Weapons, author, published by the University of Nebraska Press, November 2015.
- Deterring Cyber Warfare: Bolstering Strategic Stability in Cyberspace, co-author, published by Palgrave McMillan, December 2014.
- Ph.D., George Mason University, Department of Public and International Affairs
- M.S., Defense and Strategic Studies, Missouri State University
- B.A., Political Science, University of Richmond