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Dr. Frederick Moxley joins Advisory Board of IWP’s Cyber Intelligence Initiative

Dr. Frederick MoxleyThe Institute of World Politics is pleased to welcome Dr. Frederick I. Moxley to the Advisory Board of its Cyber Intelligence Initiative.

“Dr. Moxley has been inside the cyber world for his whole career and brings unparalleled experience in different aspects of cyber intelligence to our Advisory Board,” commented Captain Dean Lane USN (Ret.), Senior Vice President for Cyber Intelligence at IWP. “He is an excellent addition to the Cyber Intelligence Initiative team, and I look forward to working with him.”

Dr. Moxley began his cyber career working for the National Defense University’s Department of Defense Computer Institute in Washington, D.C.  In the early 90s, he joined the newly formed Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), a combat support agency that provides technical and cyber operational support to the President, Vice President, Secretary of Defense, the military services, and combatant commands.

Over the course of his career, he has served as the U.S. Representative, Head of Delegation, and ultimately as Chairman to NATO for open systems on behalf of the Department of Defense (DoD), as well as Liaison Officer to the intelligence community for intelligence information systems (DoDIIS), and as the DISA Fellow and Director of Research at the United States Military Academy at West Point.  Before departing federal government service, he was the Technical Director of the largest cyber/technology modernization effort in the history of the DoD. 

In his current capacity, he serves as a Senior Advisor to the DoD at the Pentagon, and is the Founder and Executive Director of Strategic Threat Analysis and Research Laboratories, a vulnerability assessment and applied solution services consultancy. 

Dr. Moxley holds a Ph.D. in Information Systems & Science from the College of Engineering and Computing, Nova Southeastern University, a graduate certificate in Microbial Biodefense, from the department of Molecular and Microbiology, and a Ph.D. from the College of Science, George Mason University.