You are cordially invited to a Cyber Intelligence Initiative (Ci2) event
with a lecture on the topic of 
 Trump and Cyber Conflict: An Evidence-Based Discussion
with 
Joe Billingsley
 
Founder of the Military Cyber Professionals Association

Wednesday, April 4
3:00 – 4:00 PM

The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th Street NW
Washington, D.C.
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This event is sponsored by Walter Thinfen, President and CEO at Visioneer Inc. 

About the Lecture: The purpose of this discussion is to better understand the perspective of the President of the United States regarding cyber conflict. Primary sources will be reviewed including speeches, tweets, and actions.

About the Speaker: Joe Billingsley is the founder of the Military Cyber Professionals Association, Adjunct Faculty at the George Washington University, Advisor of the Cyber Security Forum Initiative, Fellow at the Center for Network Innovation and Experimentation, Special Advisor of the peer-reviewed journal “Military Cyber Affairs,” and collaborates with organizations including the Atlantic Council and Smithsonian Institution. He is an instructor for The Cyber Intelligence Initiative (Ci2) at the Institute of World Politics. This May he will be teaching a course on Cyber Strategy Development. 

He is an Iraq War veteran and former US Army Strategist and Cyber Operations Officer, having graduated programs at the Army War College, Naval War College, Military Intelligence School, and Army School of Information Technology. He hold a BA in History from the University of Connecticut, a MS in Cyber Systems and Operations from the Naval Postgraduate School, and is pursuing a PhD in Information Sciences.

 


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