In the age of cyber conflict, coercion combines with disruption, cyber espionage and influence campaigns to shape the behavior of antagonists. As the character of power evolves, cyber operations are increasingly becoming a modern form of political warfare, with major implications for coercive policy options and cyber strategies.

Join us as we partner with the Marine Corps University Foundation to convene cyber practitioners and academics for a forward-thinking dialogue on shaping policy to account for this changing security environment and maintain US advantage in long-term cyber competition. 

Opening Remarks by:
General James E. Cartwright, USMC (Ret.)
Board Director
Atlantic Council
Harold Brown Chair in Defense Policy Studies
Center for Strategic and International Studies

A conversation with:
Major General Matthew G. Glavy
US Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command

 Dr. Benjamin Jensen
Senior Fellow, Foresight Strategy and Risks Initiative,
​Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security

Atlantic Council;
Associate Professor 
Marine Corps University;
Scholar in Residence
American University
Lieutenant General Loretta Reynolds
Commander and Deputy Commandant for Information
Marine Corps Forces Strategic Command
 Dr. Brandon Valeriano
Senior Fellow, Cyber Statecraft Initiative,
Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security

Atlantic Council;
Donald Bren Chair of Armed Politics
Marine Corps University

Dr. Chris Whyte
Assistant Professor
Virginia Commonwealth University
Moderated by:
Mr. JD Work
Donald Bren Chair of Cyber Conflict and Security
Marine Corps University


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