Dr. Jan Kallberg

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Dr. Jan Kallberg

Assistant Professor

jan.kallberg@westpoint.edu

Biography


Publications & Presentations


PUBLICATIONS

  • Fernandes, J.C., Nicolas Starck, Richard Shmel, Charles Suslowicz, Jan Kallberg, and Todd Arnold. 2022.
  • Assessing Structural Divides in the Army’s Cyberspace Force to Better Support Operations. Parameters (forthcoming).
  • Kallberg, Jan, Todd Arnold, and Stephen S. Hamilton. 2022. Sharing Cyber Capabilities within the Alliance – Interoperability Through Structured Pre-Authorization Cyber. NATO Joint Air Power Competence Center (JAPCC) Conference 2022 preread and proceeding.
  • Kallberg, Jan, Victor Beitelman, Victor Mitsouka, Jeremiah Pittman, Michael W. Boyce, and Todd Arnold. 2022. The tactical considerations of augmented and mixed reality implementation. Military Review (May-June).
  • Kallberg, Jan, Todd Arnold, Mark Visger, and Stephen S. Hamilton. 2022. POW in the age of the Internet. Air & Space Operations Review. Vol. 1, No. 1 (Spring 2022).
  • Kallberg, Jan, and  Stephen S. Hamilton. 2020. Resiliency by retrograded communication – the revival of shortwave as a military communication channel. IEEE IT Professional. Nov.-Dec.
  • Kallberg, Jan, Stephen S. Hamilton, and Matthew Sherburne. 2020.  Electronic warfare in the Suwalki Gap: Facing the Russian “accompli attack”. Joint Force Quarterly. 2nd quarter.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2019. The Second Amendment and cyber weapons – The constitutional relevance of digital gun rights.  IEEE Technology & Society 38:2.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2018. Cyber espionage – from data scarcity to data abundance in SAGE Encyclopedia of the Internet (ed).
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2018. Supremacy by accelerated warfare through the comprehension barrier and beyond – Reaching the zero domain and cyberspace singularity. Cyber Defense Review 3:3.
  • Kallberg, Jan, W. Blake Rhoades, Marcus J. Masello, and Rosemary A. Burk. 2017. Defending the democratic open society in the cyber age –Open Data as a democratic enabler and attack vector. Cyber Defense Review 2:3.
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Rosemary A. Burk. 2017. The flaw of immediate cyber counter strikes. Strategic Analysis. 41:5.
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Thomas S. Cook. 2017. The unfitness of traditional military thinking in cyber. IEEE Access.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2017. Traditional military thinking in Cyberspace – The challenge to utilize the known to face the unknown in US National Cyber Security: Politics, Concepts, and Organization (ed). Routledge.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2016. Humanitarian cyber operations – Rapid response to crimes against humanity utilizing offensive cyber ability. IEEE Technology & Society.
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Erik Lakomaa. 2016. Institutional maximization and path dependency: The delay of implementation of the European Union Public Sector Information Directive in Sweden. JeDEM – eJournal of eDemocracy and Open Government 8:1.
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Rosemary Burk. 2016. Bring on the cyber attacks – The increased predatory power of the reluctant Red Queen in a nation-state cyber conflict. Cyber Defense Review 1:2.
  • Burk, Rosemary, and Jan Kallberg. 2016. Cyber defense as a part of hazard mitigation: Comparing high hazard potential dam safety programs in the United States and Sweden. Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 13:1, 77-94
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2016. Strategic Cyberwar Theory – A foundation for designing decisive strategic cyber operations. Cyber Defense Review 1:1.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2016. Assessing India’s Cyber Resilience – Institutional Stability Matters. Strategic Analysis (January-February) 40:1.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2015. Bringing fear to the perpetrators – Humanitarian cyber operations as evidence gathering and deterrence. Strategic Analysis (July).
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2015. A right to cyber counter strikes – The risks of legalizing hacking back. IEEE IT-Professional (February).
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Steven Rowlen*. 2014. African nations as proxies in nation states’ covert cyber operations. African Security Review. *Graduate student.
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Bhavani Thuraisingham. 2014. The continued War on Terrorism – How to maintain long-range terrorist deterrence. Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism. (Spring).
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Rosemary Burk. 2014. Failed cyberdefense: The environmental consequences of hostile acts. Military Review (May-June).
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Bhavani Thuraisingham. 2013. State Actors’ Offensive Cyber operations – The disruptive power of resourceful systematic cyber attacks. IEEE IT-Professional, (May).
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Bhavani Thuraisingham. 2013. From cyber terrorism to state actors’ covert cyber operations. Strategic Intelligence Management (ed). Elsevier.
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Rosemary Burk. 2013. Cyber defense as environmental protection – The broader potential impact of failed defensive counter cyber operations. Conflict and Cooperation in Cyberspace – The Challenge to National Security in Cyberspace (ed). Taylor & Francis.
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Bhavani Thuraisingham. 2013. Cyber Operations – Bridging from Concept to Cyber Superiority. Joint Forces Quarterly 68. January 2013.
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Adam Lowther. 2013. Europe in a ‘NATO light’ world – Building affordable and credible defense for the EU. Atlantisch Perspectief – Opinieblad over Veiligheidszaken en Internationale Betrekkingen. No. 1, 2013.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2013. Diseñando Colisiones de Satélites en la Guerra Cibernética Encubierta. Air and Space Power Journal (Spanish edition – January 2013).
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2012. Designer satellite collisions from covert cyber war. Strategic Studies Quarterly. Spring.
  • Lowther, Adam, and Jan Kallberg. 2012. Analysis – Toward a new American military. Atlantisch Perspectief – Opinieblad over Veiligheidszaken en Internationale Betrekkingen 36, no. 6 (2012): 10.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2012. Common Criteria meets realpolitik – Trust, alliances, and potential betrayal. IEEE Security and Privacy. February (online), July (print).
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Bhavani Thuraisingham. Towards cyber operations – The new role of academic cyber security research and education. IEEE Intelligence and Security Informatics ISI 2012, Washington D.C., 11-14 June 2012 – Proceedings and papers published by IEEE Press.

OPED/COMMENTARIES

  • Kallberg, Jan. 2022.  The West Has Forgotten How to Keep Secrets. The Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), August 8.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2022. Goodbye Vladivostok, Hello Hǎishēnwǎi! The Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), July 12.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2022. Defending NATO in the High North. The Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), July 1.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2022. Drones Will not Liberate Ukraine – but Tanks Will. The Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), June 24.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2022. A Potemkin Military? Russia’s Over-Estimated Legions. The Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), May 6.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2022. Russia Won’t Play the Cyber Card, Yet. The Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), March 30.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2022. A troubling silence on Prisoners of War. The Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), March 22.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2022. Ukraine: Russia will not waste offensive cyber weapons, CyberWire, March 14.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2022.  Free War: A strategy for Ukraine to resist Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine? 19FortyFive, March 10.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2022. Too late for Russia to stop the foreign volunteer army. The Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), March 10.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2022.  An Underground Resistance Movement for Ukraine. The Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), March 7.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2022. Demilitarize civilian cyber defense, and you’ll gain deterrence. Federal Times, February 9.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2022. Inflation is the silent cyberthreat jeopardizing our workforce. Defense News, January 10.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2021. How an adversary could take advantage of Europe’s data releases. Defense News, December 2.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2021. Open Data, and OSINT as an attack vector. Cyberwire, November 29.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2021. Are adversaries using US critical infrastructure as a training range? Defense News, October 21.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2021. Cyber in the light of Kabul – uncertainty, speed, and assumptions. Cyberwire, August 25.
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Stephen S. Hamilton. 2021. US military must prepare for POW concerns in the deepfake era. Defense News, August 23.
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Todd Arnold. 2021. Prisoners of War: A returned reality. Military Times, June 26.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2021. The long-term cost of cyber overreaction. C4ISRNET (Defense News), May 27.
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Todd Arnold. 2021. In great power wars, Americans could again become POWs. Defense One, March 28.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2021. Bye bye, cyber Pearl Harbor. CyberWire, March 17.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2021. Prioritize NATO integration for multidomain operations. C4ISRNET (Defense News), March 10.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2021. Solorigate attack — the challenge to cyber deterrence. C4ISRNET (Defense News), January 29.
  • Suslowicz, Chuck, Jan Kallberg, and Todd Arnold. 2020. Government cyber breach shows need for convergence. C4ISRNET (Defense News), December 28.
  • Kallberg, Jan and Stephen S. Hamilton. 2020. How to protect troops from an assault in the cognitive domain. Defense News, November 4.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2020. If China loses a future war, entropy could be imminent. Defense News, September 17.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2020. What is the rationale behind election interference? C4ISRNET (Defense News), August 31.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2020. In an evaporating OODA loop, time is of the essence. Fifth Domain (Defense News), July 28.
  • Lindberg, Brett, and Jan Kallberg. 2020. Augmented reality: Seeing the benefits is believing. Defense News, July 17.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2020. For ethical artificial intelligence, security is pivotal. Fifth Domain (Defense News), May 20.
  • Pittman, Jeremiah, and Jan Kallberg. 2020. Warrant officers should be the next cyber operators. Fifth Domain (Defense News), April 19.
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Stephen S. Hamilton 2020. What COVID-19 can teach us about cyber resilience. Fifth Domain (Defense News), March 23.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2020. Why Iran would avoid a major cyberwar. Fifth Domain (Defense News), January 17.
  • Kallberg, Jan, and Stephen S. Hamilton. 2019. A new mindset for the Army: silent running. Fifth Domain (Defense News), December 6.
  • Stehen S. Hamilton, and Jan Kallberg. 2019. Integrate cyber maintenance into the US Army’s battle rhythm. Fifth Domain (Defense News), October 7.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2019. After a cyberattack, the waiting is the hardest part. Fifth Domain (Defense News), September 26.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2019. Putting a value on the 50x coder. Fifth Domain (Defense News), June 25.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2019. How the Pentagon can get more innovation from universities. Fifth Domain (Defense News), May 29.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2019. How the Founding Fathers helped make the US cyber-resilient. Fifth Domain (Defense News), April 19.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2018. Why older satellites present a cyber risk. Fifth Domain (Defense News), December 28.
  • Kallberg, Jan, Steve Hamilton, and Kyle Hager. 2018. The case for high-frequency readiness. Fifth Domain (Defense News), October 31.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2018. The hypervelocity case shot. Fifth Domain (Defense News), September 12.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2018. The classified mind – The cyber Pearl Harbor of 2034. TRADOC, Mad Scientist Lab, August 23.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2018. The case for humanitarian cyber operations. Fifth Domain (Defense News), August 8.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2018. Train, promote and lose: The battle for retention. Fifth Domain (Defense News), July 9.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2018. The cyber bases of the future. Fifth Domain (Defense News), June 11.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2018. The risks of over-reliance on quantifiable data. Fifth Domain (Defense News), May 18.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2018. The opportunities of cyber in arctic warfare. Fifth Domain (Defense News), April 26.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2016. In cyber, knowledge is a powerful weapon. C4ISR & Networks (Defense News), October 24.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2016. An untapped cyber weapon: Old geeks. C4ISR & Networks (Defense News), March 30.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2016. iPhone: What would FDR do?. C4ISR & Networks (Defense News), March 3.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2016. In Cyber, time is of the essence, Cyber Defense Review Blog, the United States Military Academy, January 28.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2016. Cybercrime and state-sponsored cyber operations, Cyber Defense Review Blog, the United States Military Academy, January 28.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2015. Why the military must defend the spectrum. C4ISR & Networks (Defense News), April 13.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2015. Kallberg on cyber: The time to act is before the attack. C4ISR & Networks (Defense News), March 17.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2014. Mike Rogers, NSA and CYBERCOM head, is on the right track. C4ISR & Networks (Defense News), November 26.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2014. Cyber resilience is a national problem. C4ISR & Networks (Defense News), October 15.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2014. Cybercriminals and cyberspies: Two sides of a coin? C4ISR & Networks (Defense News), July 14.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2014. Why Europe is a sitting duck for cyber attacks. C4ISR & Networks (Defense News), June 26.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2014. Why bother with cyber. C4ISR & Networks (Defense News), June 17.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2014. Why the cyber bill matters. C4ISR & Networks (Defense News), June 9.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2014. Cyber beyond computers – the environmental aspect. C4ISR & Networks (Defense News), February 7.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2013. Cyber in Waffle House land. C4ISR & Networks (Defense News), November 27.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2013. Sojuznik Snowden: A solid Russian investment. C4ISR & Networks (Defense News), October 15.
  • Information Operations Newsletter. 2013. US Army Space and Missile Defense Command, Army Forces Strategic Command, G39, Information Operations Division, vol. 13, no. 9 (July – August). Reprint of Private cyber retaliation undermines federal authority, earlier published by Defense News (ARSTRATIO is an edited monthly news briefing produced U.S. Army Forces Strategic Command).
  • 2013. Kallberg, Jan. 2013. Private cyber retaliation undermines federal authority. Defense News, July 29.
  • Kallberg, Jan. 2013. Offensive Cyber: Cyber Superiority or Stuck in Legal Hurdles. Defense News, February 17.