Dighton Fiddner, PhD is assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He currently teaches international relations, American foreign policy, and public policy courses. His
interests also include national and international security policy, complexity, and the information system as a national security risk.
In recent years, he has published numerous articles on cyberspace. He has hosted seven collaborative roundtables on cyberspace’s role in national security. He has also presented his research on cybersecurity at fournational and four international conferences.
Prior to his academic career, Fiddner served in the U.S. Army, retiring as a lieutenant colonel in September 1988. During his military career, he worked on various national security issues. His career included service in the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
Fiddner received his PhD in political science from the School of Public and International Affairs at University of Pittsburgh, an MA in Political Science from Kansas University, and a BS in psychology from Davidson College.