Iran's Simmering Relationship with the West

December 9 at 1:30pm ET Norm Roule Former National Intelligence Manager for Iran, ODNI Cipher Brief Members will receive an invite via email. To register or for questions, email:...

Russia's 2021 Plan

December 1 at 3:00pm ET Dan Hoffman Former CIA Chief of Station Cipher Brief Members will receive an invite via email. To register or for questions, email:...

A Candid Conversation with John Brennan

November 18 at 1:30pm ET John Brennan Former Director, CIA Cipher Brief Members will receive an invite via email. To register or for questions, email:...

U.S. Govt. Approaches to R&D and Adopting Emerging Technologies for National Security

November 17 at 1:30pm ET Akash “Aki” Jain CTO & President of U.S. Govt. Business, Palantir Karyn Eliot Fmr. Director of Industry Partnerships, CIA Brian Katz Fellow, CSIS Cipher Brief...

Protecting Our Cities

Thursday, November 11 at 1:30pm ET Geoff Brown Head of NYC Cyber Command Cipher Brief Members will receive an invite via email. To register or for questions, email:...

Future Challenges for Private Sector Cybersecurity

Ransomware attacks have increased during the COVID-19 pandemic and exposed new vulnerabilities for private industry. We’ll explore how the landscape has shifted and how business can stay ahead...

New Iran Nuclear Site Revealed

by Intel Brief

  Bottom Line up Front Iran’s construction of a new, hardened centrifuge assembly plant further undermines the 2015 multilateral Iran nuclear agreement. Iran’s confirmation of the...

One Year after Killing of Baghdadi, What is the State of the Islamic State?

by Intel Brief

  Bottom Line Up Front One year ago today, U.S. Special Operations Forces hunted down ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who died after detonating a suicide vest. Core ISIS still has access to...

ISIS Terrorists Known as ‘The Beatles’ To Face Justice in the United States

by Intel Brief

  Bottom Line Up Front El Shafee Elsheikh and Alexanda Kotey, two ISIS members known as ‘The Beatles,’ will face justice in the United States for their alleged crimes. Attorney General...

Northeast Nigeria’s Growing Insecurity Threatens Humanitarian Aid Workers and Civilians

by Intel Brief

  Bottom Line Up Front In the last 12 months alone, a total of 24 aid workers have been killed by non-state armed groups operating in the region. Attacks against aid workers in northeast...