Rhea Siers served for over thirty years in the US Intelligence Community, including as Deputy Assistant Director for Policy at the National Security Agency. Ms. Siers served in a variety of operational, policy and legal areas and was a member of the Defense Intelligence Senior Executive Service. Her courses include subjects relating to Cybersecurity, Intelligence, Terrorism, Counterterrorism, and Non-State Actors. Ms. Siers is currently the Senior Fellow in Law and Policy at the Institute for Information and Infrastructure Protection (I3P) at GWU and previously Scholar in Residence at the GWU Center for Cyber and Homeland Security. She is co-author of two books, one on Cyberwarfare and the other on different approaches to analyzing terrorism. Named as a “Legal Cyber Trailblazer” by the National Law Journal, she is also a consultant for a law firm on cybersecurity. Ms. Siers is also a regular contributor to the The Cipher Brief.