With engineering, economics, and comparative complex organization theory/political science degrees, Dr. Chris C. Demchak is the RADM Grace M. Hopper Professor of Cyber Security and Director, Center for Cyber Conflict Studies (C3S), U.S. Naval War College. In her research on cyberspace as a globally shared insecure complex ‘substrate’, Demchak takes a systemic approach to emergent structures, comparative institutional evolution, adversaries’ use of systemic cybered tools, virtual worlds/gaming for operationalized organizational learning, and designing systemic resilience against imposed surprise. Recent works include Designing Resilience (2010, co-edited); Wars of Disruption and Resilience (2011); and a draft manuscript entitled Cyber Westphalia: Redrawing International Economics, Conflict, and Global Structure.
Join Our Process:
If you are interested in joining the EastWest Institute’s Global Cooperation in Cyberspace Initiative, please contact us for more information on our breakthrough groups and working process.
Support Our Work:
The Global Cooperation in Cyberspace Initiative is unique in its global scope - bringing experts from different countries and sectors together to forge solutions.
Our supporters benefit by being part of the solution to the world’s most critical problems that threaten the safety, stability and security of cyberspace. For more information, contact Chris LaBianco.