Influencing a Wired World with Cyber Intelligence

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About the Lecture: How do you influence your target audience in a wired world? How are we vulnerable to unseen influence operations that are targeting us? This presentation will look at the various aspects of influence operations in cyberspace. We will look at how the basic human neural processes are impacted in a wired world and how they impact our interactions, moods, and thinking. Not only do nation-states utilize this intelligence, but advertisers, and our closest associates do as well. With the information provided in this lecture, not only will you be able to recognize the influence operations targeting you, but you will also be able to understand how you can use it yourself. About the Speaker: Mr. Debbins has 20 years of experience and knowledge in intelligence, national security, strategic planning, CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, enhanced Explosives), cyber and cyberspace, hybrid warfare, business, economics, finance, world geopolitical environment, and science and technology (S&T). He possesses native fluency in Russian. Mr. Debbins served as an officer in the U.S. Army and has also worked in commercial businesses in Ukraine and Russia. He was a Russian Cyber Analyst for the U.S. Government and later a Cyber Operations instructor. Currently, he works as an Area Studies and Hybrid Warfare instructor for the U.S. European Command (EUCOM) and NATO.

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