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Glenn Corn Appointed Sr. Director, Geopolitics & Global Threat Assessment of The Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT)

Sr. Director, ICIT

We are thrilled to welcome Glenn Corn to our ICIT team and community as our new Senior Director, Geopolitics and Global Threat Assessments. Glenn is an empathetic and distinguished leader with 34 years of government service, primarily in our intelligence community. His remarkable career, characterized by exceptional service and profound expertise, positions him uniquely to enhance our mission. In an era where great power competition and the specter of future armed conflict loom large, the role of critical infrastructure has never been more pivotal. Glenn's deep understanding of global threats and geopolitical dynamics will be crucial in contextualizing and addressing these challenges. His insights will guide us in developing innovative strategies, practical policies, and actionable measures to modernize, secure, and make the infrastructure that underpins our daily lives and society more resilient. Glenn's leadership and insight ensure that ICIT is poised to excel in meeting our mission and navigating the complexities of this new era, making a lasting impact for generations to come.


Bio: Glenn Corn is a former Senior Executive in the Central Intelligence Agency, having served 34 years in the U.S. Intelligence, Defense, and Foreign Affairs communities including 20 years overseas in the Middle East and Eurasia, with four tours as Chief of Station in the Middle East and Eurasia. Other roles include Special Advisor to the President of the Diplomatic Studies Foundation, Adjunct Professor at the Institute of World Politics, and Visiting Fellow at the National Security Institute at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia School of Law. Glenn is also a co-founder at Varyag, a consulting and advisory firm, and CEO of Great South Bay, LLC.


About ICIT: The Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, 501(c)3 think tank with the mission of modernizing, securing, and making resilient critical infrastructure that provides for people’s foundational needs. ICIT takes no institutional positions on policy matters. Rather than advocate, ICIT is dedicated to being a resource for the organizations and communities that share our mission.

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