Al Lewis


Part-time Faculty


Email: Al Lewis

Al Lewis is currently a doctoral candidate in Strategic Intelligence in the School of Security and Global Studies at the American Military University. He currently oversees the Cybersecurity Operations Center of Boeing, the world’s largest aerospace and defense company. Before that he served the United States of America as a Special Agent in the Secret Service.


Strategic Intelligence specializing in Cyber Intelligence & Cybersecurity

Current research is two-fold, first to broaden the understanding of the APT as a phenomenon within geopolitics by applying sociological and psychological principles to the cyber domain and advocacy for an ethical framework for the conduct of political warfare that falls just short of war within cyberspace.

Doctoral Candidate American Military University

IAFF 6186 Cyber Threats, Policy and Strategy

Lewis, Al. 2020. “Just Short of Cyberwar: A Focus on Jus Ad Vim to Inform an Ethical Framework for Cyberspace.” Global Security and Intelligence Studies. Fall Edition 2020.

Lewis, Al. 2020. “Cyber Intelligence.” The Intelligencer. Journal of Intelligence Studies. Winter Edition 2020.

Lewis, Al. 2020. “When Intelligence Made A Difference – Post Cold War Era: Stuxnet.” The Intelligencer. Journal of Intelligence Studies. Fall Edition 2020.

Lewis, Al. 2019. “Houston, We Have a Problem: A Space Force Must First be a Cyber Force.” Modern Diplomacy. May 10, 2019.

D. Burley and A. Lewis Jr., 2019. "Cybersecurity Curricula 2017 and Boeing: Linking Curricular Guidance to Professional Practice" in Computer, vol. 52, no. 03, pp. 29-37, 2019. doi: 10.1109/MC.2018.2883567

Lewis, Al. 2019. “Advanced Persistent Threats: The Mysterious New Ground for Cyber Danger.” Modern Diplomacy. January 24, 2019.

Lewis, Al. 2018. “Cyber war games for another kind of digital theater.” The Boeing Company. Innovation Quarterly, February 2018.

Lewis, Al. 2009. “Digital Smoke, The Art of Incident Response.” The Informant Magazine. July – December 2009. Volume 6, Number 2. Pages 24-25.