From the Spring 2023 Issue

New-Hybrid Warfare (Part One)


Brett R. O’Bannon, PhD, Independent Consultant,

New Hybrid Warfare

The fundamental nature of international conflict is undergoing a profound transformation. The concept of hybrid warfare sought to capture this change by challenging the way we think about, and plan for, a rapidly mutating threat landscape.[1] Though innovative in many respects, the hybrid warfare paradigm has still only somewhat tangentially incorporated cyber warfare into models … Read more

From the Winter 2022 Issue

Cybersecurity in the Information Environment


Jack Koons, Author,

Today’s cybersecurity is much more than simply a conversation about information technology, operational technology, and data protection. It’s a world of maneuver inside and across the cognitive, virtual, and physical space – the information environment. Today’s security professionals must become comfortable with operating and defending across all three layers, as well as the impact and … Read more

From the Winter 2022 Issue

Cyber in Hybrid Threats – Acute and Present Danger to Our Society


Carmen Marsh, President and CEO, United Cybersecurity Alliance

Håkan Gunneriusson, Docent War Studies, Mid-Sweden University, Risk and Crisis Centre/Political Science

Josef Schroefl, Deputy Director, COI Strategy and Defence, Hybrid CoE

Madeleine Myatt, Doctoral Researcher/Research Fellow, University of Bielefeld, Germany

Cyber in Hybrid Threats

“The power of cyber in hybrid conflicts” was a hot topic at the recent European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats (Hybrid CoE) – “Cyber Power Symposium 2021” in Helsinki, Finland on November 10, 2021. This exclusive symposium brought together international experts to discuss critical subjects and share their insights about ways to counter … Read more