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FYSA = Prismatic Pieces

Submitted by: Daryl Haegley, Director, Mission Assurance & Cyber Deterrence at Dod

Expanding your pandemic reading list, “Prism” magazine specializes presenting the thoughts (and concerns) of top national security thinkers and decision-makers in mid-length articles—short enough to be accessible for people with too much to do (all of you), but long enough to present a fully fleshed-out set of topline arguments on each topic.  The editor has taken the liberty of recommending these particular articles for those with a cyber policy focus:

  1. NATO's Adaptation in an Age of Complexity, By General Denis Mercier (

  2. The Mandate to Innovate, By Ms. Christina Monaco (

  3. Examining Complex Forms of Conflict: Gray Zone and Hybrid Challenges, By Dr. Frank G. Hoffman (

  4. The Machine Beneath: Implications of Artificial Intelligence in Strategic Decisionmaking, By Lt Col Matthew Price, LTC Stephen Walker, CDR Will Wiley (

  5. Interview with General John R. Allen, USMC (ret.), By Mr. Michael Miklaucic (

  6. How is NATO Meeting the Challenge of Cyberspace, By Jamie Shea (

  7. Power Projection in the Digital Age, By Darren McDew (

  8. A National Security Enterprise Response - Digital Dimension Disruption, By Charles Rybeck, Lanny Cornwell and Phillip Sagan (

  9. Bridging the Cyberspace Gap - Washington and Silicon Valley, By Adam Segal (

  10. Battlefield Geometry in our Digital Age: From Flash to Bang in 22 Milliseconds, By Robert Allardice and George Topic (

  11. Cyber Gray Space Deterrence, By Richard Andres (

  12. Cyberdeterrence by Engagement and Surprise, By Jim Chen (

  13. A Three-Perspective Theory of Cyber Sovereignty, By Hao Yeli (

  14. An Interview with Marina Kaljurand, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia (

  15. Leading the National Security Enterprise, By Ronald Sanders (

  16. European Union and NATO Global Cybersecurity Challenges: A Way Forward, By Luukas K. Ilves, Timothy J. Evans, Frank J. Cilluffo, and Alec A. Nadeau (

They are offered to you to be the first word, not the last word, on their topics.

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