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Brandon Valeriano (PhD Vanderbilt University) is the Donald Bren Chair of Military Innovation at the Marine Corps University (MCU).   He gives lectures within all the Schools contained in MCU: the Marine Corps War College – MCWAR, the Command and Staff College – CSC, the School of Advanced Warfighting – SAW, and the Expeditionary Warfare School – EWS.

He also serves as Senior Non-Resident Fellow at the Atlantic Council with the Cyber Statecraft Initiative. Dr. Valeriano has published five books and dozens of articles. His two most recent books are Cyber War versus Cyber Reality (2015) and Cyber Strategy (2018), both with Oxford University Press. Dr. Valeriano has written opinion and popular media pieces for such outlets as the Washington Post, Slate, Foreign Affairs, and Lawfare. He has provided testimony on armed conflict in front of both the United States Senate and the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Ongoing research explores conflict escalation, big data in cyber security, the cyber behavior of revisionist actors, and repression in cyberspace.

Brandon Valeriano (PhD Vanderbilt University) is the Donald Bren Chair of Military Innovation at the Marine Corps University (MCU).   He gives lectures within all the Schools contained in MCU: the Marine Corps War College – MCWAR, the Command and Staff College – CSC, the School of Advanced Warfighting – SAW, and the Expeditionary Warfare School – EWS.

He also serves as Senior Non-Resident Fellow at the Atlantic Council with the Cyber Statecraft Initiative. Dr. Valeriano has published five books and dozens of articles. His two most recent books are Cyber War versus Cyber Reality (2015) and Cyber Strategy (2018), both with Oxford University Press. Dr. Valeriano has written opinion and popular media pieces for such outlets as the Washington Post, Slate, Foreign Affairs, and Lawfare. He has provided testimony on armed conflict in front of both the United States Senate and the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Ongoing research explores conflict escalation, big data in cyber security, the cyber behavior of revisionist actors, and repression in cyberspace.