Jeff Biller is an Assistant Professor of Cyber Law and Policy with CyberWorx, a department of the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA). Through partnerships with government, academia, and industry, CyberWorx develops innovative solutions to the Department of the Air Force’s most complex problems. He is also the co-director of USAFA’s Law, Technology, and Warfare Research Cell. Jeff teaches in USAFA’s Departments of Law and Political Science, focusing on military uses of cyber, space, and emerging technologies.
Jeff is a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Air Force, where he served over twenty years as a SERE Instructor, Intelligence Officer, and Judge Advocate. He finished his active-duty service as the Director for the Law of Armed Conflict at the Stockton Center for International Law, part of the US Naval War College. He also served as an advisor to the Air Force’s operational cyberspace wings and its component to the Intelligence Community.
An accomplished writer, Jeff has published several peer-reviewed research articles and book chapters in the U.S. and internationally. Additionally, he has organized and presented at conferences and workshops globally.