ISP Director Steve Slick was quoted this week in the article “How Israel is turning part of the Negev Desert into a cyber-city” (The Washington Post).
Nine LBJ School students from the Policy Research Project on Intelligence in American Society recently returned from Washington, D.C. where they briefed senior U.S. Intelligence Community officials on policy recommendations that emerged from their year-long study of intelligence oversight.
Slick's recent article for ForeignPolicy.com, "Measuring Change at the CIA", evaluates the ongoing restructuring at the CIA.
On April 19, ISP Director Slick met with the Public Safety and Security Committee at the Airports Council International-North America's annual meeting in Austin.
UT-Austin’s Intelligence Studies Project welcomed the President’s Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Advisor, Lisa Monaco, to campus on Wednesday. Ms. Monaco delivered remarks and also fielded questions from students, faculty, and friends from the Austin community on intelligence, counterterrorism, and the steps being taken by the administration to protect the country while safeguarding Americans’ privacy and civil liberties.
Remarks by Lisa O. Monaco at the Intelligence Studies Project Conference "Intelligence and National Security in American Society" at the University of Texas-Austin are also available here.
ISP Director Slick's book review of Michael Hayden's "Playing to the Edge: American Intelligence in the Age of Terror".
Slick spoke to Fox News about how the deadly bombings in Brussels will have a lasting effect on security in the U.S. and around the world.
On Tuesday, March 8, 2016, the Intelligence Studies Project, the Robert Strauss Center for International Security and Law, and the Clements Center for National Security welcomed Rick Ledgett, Deputy Director of the National Security Agency, to speak on issues pertaining to intelligence and counterintelligence, and the current and future challenges of the NSA.
ISP Director Steve Slick recently reviewed John Hadden's book "Conversations with a Masked Man" for The Cipher Brief's "Dead Drop".