The Center for Cyber Conflict Studies advances research, education and analysis on the strategic and operational challenges of cyberspace for the Department of the Navy.
Center for Cyber Conflict Studies (C3S) supports the broad educational objectives of the Naval War College through a variety of fora to inform mid-grade and senior officers and leaders in the Department of the Navy on the strategic and operational challenges of operations in the cyberspace domain.
Located at the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island, as part of the Strategic and Operational Research Department within the Center for Naval Warfare Studies, the Center for Cyber Conflict Studies (C3S) is primarily a research institute dedicated to conducting detailed research and analysis on the complexity of cyberspace operations, opportunities and challenges.
Research focuses on four broad areas of inquiry, including:
CMC Terrell duty assignments: CONSTR. Battalion Unit FOURTWENTY TWO, NAVSTA Anacostia, Washington, DC. Selected for MUSE Prg, PPP Specialist Course, Ft Belvoir, VA. NEESA at Port Hueneme, CA. White House Communications Agency(WHCA) provided a no-break electrical infrastructure to the President, WHCA worldwide. NMCB FOURTEEN Jacksonville, FL. NMCB FOUR Operation Iraqi Freedom. Convoy CMDR 1st MEF,MEG,TF Charlie/Mike. Iraq NMCB FOUR AD5, second tour Camp Fallujah,Forward Operating Base Kalsu, Iraq.MUSE. Div. NAVFAC Expeditionary Logistics Ctr, Pt Hueneme, CA. Deployed GSA-IA, Camp Lemonier Djibouti. CMDCM tours: NCTC, NMCB FIVE, Pt Hueneme, CA, CMDR, Naval Activities Spain/Naval Station Rota.
Isaac B. Kardon is Assistant Professor at the U.S. Naval War College, where he is a core member of the China Maritime Studies Institute. Isaac studies Chinese politics and law, focusing on maritime disputes, PRC foreign policy, and the law of the sea. He is revising his dissertation as an academic volume, “Rising Power, Creeping Jurisdiction: China's Law of the Sea," analyzing China's approach to its maritime disputes. Additionally, he is conducting a study on China’s One Belt, One Road projects in Pakistan and Djibouti. Prior to joining NWC in 2016, Isaac was a Ph.D. candidate at Cornell and Visiting Scholar at NYU Law's U.S.-Asia Law Institute.