Dennis Santiago is an author and commentator on national policy and global stability issues. His subject matter expertise was developed during the Cold War as strategic warfare systems analyst, missile defense architect and arms control analyst. He is the author of the US Imperfect Defense Theory of Strategic Missile Defense. Dennis has worked on conventional warfare, nuclear warfare, and asymmetric warfare. His areas of expertise include combat aircraft, ordnance, electronic warfare, command and control, campaign design and game theory.
Dennis has a long history with Data and Society issues, the study of the Internet. He has a deep understanding of content delivery algorithms and digital news media. As a Vice President at Data Broadcasting Corporation, he was a member of the start-up team for CBSMarketwatch.com, one of the early pioneers of modern online news, a circa 1995 business innovation. He served as the Chief Technology Officer of Telescan overseeing the infrastructure of cnbc.com in 2000. He owned and operated start-up company Institutional Risk Analytics from 2003 to 2014.
Dennis Santiago is one of those veterans of the Cold War who went on to make a career in finance and banking. But in the 1980’s, he was a strategic warfare, arms control and global stability analyst. Among other things, he is the author what is known as the Imperfect Defense Theory of Strategic Missile Defense, a subject relevant again today with respect to North Korea. Dennis presently publishes a range of economic and policy articles on Medium.com and the Huffington Post.