Chris Bronk is an associate professor of information science and technology, at the University of Houston and is the director of the UH Cybersecurity Program. His research covers a number of topics, including: social media and influence campaigns; cyber workforce development; international conflict and norms online; and applied cybersecurity for energy and logistics. He has published a book, Cyber Threat: The Rise of Information Geopolitics in U.S. National Security and has contributed to or drafted dozens of academic and policy papers. His work has been sponsored by the NSF, Department of Energy, Department of Defense, Deloitte, Microsoft, and AT&T. He has served as both a Foreign Service Officer and Senior Advisor at the U.S. Department of State’s Office of eDiplomacy. Bronk is a widely quoted source on cybersecurity mattes, with his opinion or input appearing in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, der Spiegel, Foreign Policy, Scientific American, CNN, the BBC, and The Houston Chronicle.
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Bronk, Chris. "Russian Cyber Operations: Coding the Boundaries of Conflict. By Scott Jasper. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, June 2020. ISBN: 978-1-626-16797-1. Hardcover. 232 Pages. $32.95." Journal of Strategic Security 14, no. 1 (2020)
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