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Vote to See Stratfor at SXSW 2018

2 MINS READAug 17, 2017 | 22:18 GMT
SXSW 2018 Vote for My Panelpicker Idea

An understanding of geopolitics and how long-term trends shape decision making and international developments has never been more important. Help Stratfor spread that understanding at SXSW 2018 in Austin, Texas by casting your vote for these panel proposals by August 25.

Your support raises awareness of Stratfor's insight during the panel selection process and helps others better understand the underlying trends that continue to shape global developments. And if you plan on attending next year's event, be sure to visit us during SXSW 2018.

Speaker: Stratfor Vice President of Strategic Analysis Rodger Baker

Geopolitical risk became a trending topic of the past year, but in reality, this trend has been unfolding for decades. Where some saw a peaceful future at the end of the Cold War and collapse of the Soviet Union, others recognized the instability this inevitable imbalance of global power would cause. Stratfor Vice President of Strategic Analysis Rodger Baker explores the rise of globalization and new geopolitical realities that both governments and global businesses must face.

Speaker: Stratfor Vice President of Global Analysis Reva Goujon

We're headed toward a global demographic crunch. Rising populations, aging societies and urbanization intersect with science and new technologies to create both unique challenges and opportunities for global economies. Some have chosen to address those challenges head on while others appear to be withdrawing from their role in global governance. Reva Goujon, vice president of global analysis at Stratfor, examines the geopolitical realities and how those with both innovative spirit and vision can adapt.

Speakers: Stratfor CEO Dave Sikora & Cybernance Corporation CEO Mike Shultz

Meet the new leaders of cybersecurity: The C-suite. This panel of CEOs will argue those who know cybersecurity best (IT) are not the most effective people to keep companies safe from cyberattacs or naive mistakes. Executives and boards of directors are the ultimate protectors of their organizations. These CEOs will discuss why leaders who develop a true understanding of cybersecurity, and drive it through their organizations from the top, run the safest companies in the country.

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