Casey Fleming

T. Casey Fleming serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of BlackOps Partners Corporation, the global leader in delivering critical strategies in strategic risk, security strategy, cybersecurity, and adversarial intelligence to today’s forward-thinking business, government, military, and academic leaders.


Mr. Fleming is a widely recognized top expert, thought leader, and visionary on issues related to security and strategic risk. He is a sought-after worldwide keynote speaker, author of ‘Hybrid Warfare: The New Face of Global Competition,’ and the existential risk to business and academia advanced by adversarial nation-states and organized hacking. His expertise includes critical adversarial intelligence involving Great Power Competition, Asymmetric Hybrid Warfare, the Gray Zone, Security Strategy, Economic Espionage,
Cybersecurity, and leveraging Security Strategy into competitive advantage.


To directly address the existential risk of hybrid warfare, Mr. Fleming co-developed InvictusTM the strategic wargame exercise to identify and mitigate unforeseen risk within organizations and industries, while identifying opportunities to compete more effectively.


• TEDx Talk - Hybrid Warfare: ‘On the Frontlines of a War You Don’t Know About’
• American Thought Leaders - ‘China’s Communist Party Uses All Sectors to Wage War on the U.S.’
• Cybersecurity Professional of the Year, Cybersecurity Excellence Awards
• Founding Managing Director, IBM Global Services, Cybersecurity Division, currently IBM Security
• Former senior executive with IBM, IBM Global Services, Deloitte Consulting, Good Technology

Mr. Fleming regularly advises senior leadership within the private sector, Congress, ODNI, DOJ, FBI, The White House, government agencies, the military and academia on security strategy, cybersecurity, cloud, adversarial intelligence, and issues concerning national security. 

Mr. Fleming earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University and later served as an instructor with IBM’s internal MBA program. He has participated in executive programs with Harvard Business School, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and IBM Corporation.

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