by Miceál O’Hurley
DUBLIN — Chuck Brooks, who previously served as an expert panelist on the Diplomacy in Ireland – European Diplomat webinar National Readiness in Confronting Emerging Threats and Continuing Hybrid Warfare in Ireland, the EU and Throughout the World, has joined our team as a Special Contributor. Brooks, who teaches as Adjunct Faculty at Georgetown University’s Graduate Applied Intelligence Program and the Graduate Cybersecurity Programs will contribute regularly to Diplomacy in Ireland – European Diplomat as part of the Editorial and writing staff expansion currently underway. He is a globally recognised thought leader and subject matter expert on Cybersecurity and Emerging Technologies. Brooks has been named “Top Tech Person To Follow” by LinkedIn, recognized as a “Top 10 Global Tech and Cybersecurity Expert & Influencer“. He is also a contributor to FORBES.
Brooks, who teaches courses on risk management, homeland security, and cybersecurity has twice served as a Presidential appointee under two different U.S. Presidents, also serves as a GovCon Expert. He is the founder and president of Brooks Consulting International, a government relations and marketing firm focused on cybersecurity and emerging technologies. Brooks provides his extensive experience and knowledge of the latest strategies, initiatives and challenges happening within the U.S. federal government, including the Department of Defense (DoD), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), across all service branches of the U.S. military and industry.
“It is with great pleasure that we welcome Chuck Brooks to the Diplomacy in Ireland – European Diplomat team. Chuck has been at the forefront of the fields of Cybersecurity and Emerging Technologies since they became relevant fields of interest. We look forward to Chuck providing cutting-edge insights, knowledge and information to our readers for whom is areas of internationally recognised expertise has become increasingly important,” said Editor-in-Chief Miceál O’Hurley.