State of the Art: Attackers and Targets in Cyberspace
Nobody Knows Anything: Canada’s Cyber Insecurities
Journal of Military and Strategic Studies
Dr. John B. Sheldon is a Marshall Institute Fellow, and a visiting professor at the School of Advanced Air and Space Studies, Air University, Maxwell AFB, Alabama. At SAASS he teaches and directs the Space and National Security and the Information, Cyber, and Intelligence Power courses. Prior to his Marshall Institute and SAASS appointments, Dr. Sheldon was program director for Space Security at the Centre for Defence and International Security Studies, Henley-on-Thames, UK.
Dr. Sheldon is also Editor Emeritus of Astropolitics, of which he was a founding co-editor, a peer-reviewed space policy journal published by Routledge, and has published numerous articles and chapters on national security space policy and strategy, cyberspace, and strategic theory. Dr. Sheldon formerly served in the British Diplomatic Service, and received his BA (Hons.) in Politics and International Relations and MA in Security Studies from the University of Hull, UK, and his Ph.D. in Politics and International Studies from the University of Reading, UK.