You are cordially invited to a lecture on the topic of
Russian Strategy and Cyber Influence Operations
Against the United States
Threat Intelligence Expert on Russian Doctrine/Strategy, IWP Alumna
Thursday, June 14, 2018
The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th Street NW
This event is part of a series with Women Executives in National Security (WENS).
About the Speaker: Rebekah Koffler is a threat intelligence expert on Russian Doctrine/Strategy and a former U.S. intelligence officer who specializes in strategic intelligence analysis of the Russian threat, including Cyber, to U.S. and Western security. As a recognized IC expert on Russia, Ms. Koffler delivered classified briefings to top U.S. military commanders, the White House National Security Council, the Directors of the CIA and DIA, NATO, senior Congressional Staff, and the Vice Chairman-select of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Born and raised in the former Soviet Union and educated both in Russia and the United States, Rebekah is Russian-English bilingual and has a deep understanding of the Russian strategic culture, mindset and behavior. Ms. Koffler holds an M.A. in International Transactions from the George Mason University in Virginia, a B.A./M.A. in Foreign Languages from Moscow State Pedagogical University, and a Graduate Certificate in Intelligence from the Institute of World Politics in Washington D.C. She is the founder of a national security consultancy Doctrine & Strategy Consulting LLC.
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