National Security

The Future of Warfare

July 25, 2014  • Homeland Security Program

Our still formidable nuclear arsenal and our supremacy in conventional armaments are of limited use in a world now dominated by the asymmetric tactics of terrorists and cyber-warriors. What are the new weapons—and new conceptions of warfare—that can help America maintain its strategic and tactical edge?

  • Dawn Meyerriecks, Deputy Director, Directorate of Science and Technology, Central Intelligence Agency
  • Steve Chan, Director, Network Science Research Center, IBM
  • Lynn Dugle, President, Raytheon Intelligence, Information, and Services; Vice President, Raytheon Company
  • MODERATOR: Kevin Baron, Executive Editor, Defense One