Mathew Feehan, US Army Major, is currently serving as an assistant professor at the National Defense University’s (NDU) College of Information and Cyberspace where he teaches courses on national policy, military operations, cyber intelligence, US intelligence activities and leadership in the cyberspace domain. Mathew’s research at the Center focuses US Cyberspace policy, cyber deterrence, cyber warfare, and cyber intelligence.
As a career Army officer, he has previously served as a strategic planner for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in Afghanistan; as well as the lead planner for US Army Pacific in the development of contingency plans for the Pacific Theater area of operations including threats to the US and allies, support to civil authorities and disaster mitigation. His overseas duty stations include: Korea, Germany, Bosnia, Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan in various planning, intelligence and combat roles. He holds a Master’s Degree in Strategic Intelligence from National Intelligence University.