The global defense and security landscape gets more complex by the day, with closer national security scrutiny on investment flows and critical technology developments. Great Power competition is a top concern, and heightened priority on supply chain security and resiliency in the aftermath of the COVID 19 pandemic remains paramount. BCIU’s activities in defense and national security assist members in navigating these issues by serving as a strategic partner, informing members on policy shifts, political risk analysis, regulatory and licensing decisions, and institutional plans and strategies, as well as making useful introductions to key officials.
Digital integration is growing across work, home, and life. Smartphones connect us to family on the other side of the world. Collaboration apps give us the power to work from nearly anywhere. But as digital technology steadily integrates into our lives with each passing day, cybersecurity threats are evolving as well.
Almost two months ago, protests spurred by the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery spread from US cities to cities across the globe. Citizens of France, Brazil, Japan, and Syria stood up in global solidarity with Americans calling for change and meaningful redress for prolonged systemic discrimination.
BCIU sat down with executives at Intel to discuss the state of supply chain resiliency, the company’s environmental priorities, and what lies ahead from a policy perspective.
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