Five Key Trends in the Battle for the Global Internet

October 24, 2018 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Old Lyme Country Club
40 McCurdy Rd
Old Lyme, CT 06371
Free for Members; $20 walk-in
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Five Key Trends in the Battle for the Global Internet @ Old Lyme Country Club | Old Lyme | Connecticut | United States

Robert Morgus will present, ‘Five Key Trends in the Battle for the Global Internet (and why it matters)’ on October 24, 2018 at Old Lyme Country Club.

Robert is a Sr. Policy Analyst and Deputy Director with New America, a non-partisan think tank in Washington, where he leads the institution’s work on international cybersecurity policy. His research has been published and recognized by the New York TimesSlate, the Council on Foreign Relations, peer-reviewed academic journals, and numerous other national and international media outlets. He currently serves as a member of the Research Advisory Network for the Global Commission on Internet Governance, the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise, and the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyber Space, and has served as an expert advisor for the World Economic Forum. He received his Bachelor’s of Arts in Diplomacy and World Affairs with honors from Occidental College, has a background in international security, and is conversant in three languages.

Dinner with Robert, guests, and fellow members is optional for $35 following the presentation at the Country Club. Reservations must be made in advance.


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The mission of the Southeast Connecticut World Affairs Council (SECWAC) is to foster an understanding of issues of foreign policy and international affairs by study, debate, and educational programming, primarily through a Speakers Series of 8 to 10 monthly meetings.