Dr. Kallberg's research is focused mainly on theory, policy, and societal implications of cyber defense, offensive cyber operations, and cyber national security.
When he registered cyberdefense.com as his personal domain in 1996 there were four (4) references on the Internet (Altavista) to cyber defense. Today it is a million. A small claim of being ahead of time.
Dr. Kallberg has been published in Joint Forces Quarterly, Strategic Studies Quarterly, Air and Space Power Journal, Military Review, Terrorism and Political Violence, IEEE IT-Professional, IEEE Security & Privacy, and IEEE Access.
Dr. Kallberg is on the editorial board for IEEE Access and a non-fellow member of the National Academy of Public Administration's Standing Group for Technology Leadership. He serves on the advisory board for several security-related conferences.
Read Jan Kallberg, PhD, latest column in C4ISR Journal (Defense News).
Recently published in Military Review, the premier U.S. Army publication (May-June 2014).
Cyber defense, offensive cyber operations, counter cyber, sensitive information gathering, and cyber deterrence.
Cyber attacks on the Global Information Grid
Cyber warfare in outer space is a research interest and modern warfare rely on space power.
This year is dedicated to writing. In other words, very few conferences and instead pure joy.
Dr. Kallberg presented his ideas at West Point (U.S. Military Academy) April 1 - 2, 2014.
Dr. Kallberg presented at the IDGA "Cyber Security for Government" event in Washington D.C. August 12-14, 2013.
He also presented at the "2nd Annual for Cyber Resilince for National Security" event in Washington D.C. September 17, 2013.
Water and the politics of water, especially the effects of urban sprawl and groundwater over- extraction.
Transparency and Open Data - especially Open Data's influence of innovation.