Steven P. Bucci served America for three decades as an Army Special Forces officer and top Pentagon official. Bucci’s research and writing at Heritage focus on cybersecurity, military special operations, and defense support to civil authorities. From 2013 through 2015, Bucci was director of Allison Center. He joined the think tank as senior research fellow for defense and homeland security in April 2012.
Bucci previously was a lead consultant to IBM on cybersecurity policy. He published numerous articles on related issues and regularly contributed to “Security Debrief,” a leading national security blog. He is a sought-after speaker at conferences on cybersecurity.
As commander of 3rd Battalion, 5th Special Forces, Bucci led deployments to eastern Africa, South Asia, and the Persian Gulf—including Operation Desert Thunder in 1998 in response to Saddam Hussein’s threats to violate the no-fly zone over Iraq.
Bucci was a seasoned leader in the 82nd Airborne as well as 5th & 7th Special Forces when, in July 2001, he assumed the duties of military assistant to Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld.
Shorter: total rockstar.
He published two articles today that really caught my attention. They should catch yours as well. We will be talking about BOTH:
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