Cyber Conflict and Security, Terrorism, Intelligence, Big Data, Internet Governance
Aaron Brantly, an associate professor of political science and director of the Tech4Humanity lab at Virginia Tech, has worked on issues related to cybersecurity from multiple angles, including human rights and development, intelligence and national security, and military cybersecurity.
His interests span the political science and computer science divide.
He is currently working on a yearlong project on cyber deterrence funded by OSD Minerva R-Def.
He holds a B.A. a master's in public policy, and a Ph.D.
University of Georgia, The American University, Queens University of Charlotte