A strategic futurist, Zachery Tyson Brown plans to discuss his thoughts on why the U.S. national security structure needs a 'software update' to deal with the threats of the 21st century and reconceptualize its view on intelligence and security. In this moderated conversation with Larry Hanauer, INSA's Vice President for Policy, Zachery Tyson Brown will share his views on how our nation can leverage greater diversity and new technologies to gain a competitive advantage over its adversaries.
About Zachery Tyson Brown
The Founder of Consilient Strategies, Zachery Tyson Brown is a U.S. Army veteran who served in both Iraq and Afghanistan. He is also a Security Fellow at the Truman National Security Project, a proclaimed U.S. Army Futures Command "Mad Scientist," and a Board Member at the Military Writers Guild. During his career within the Intelligence Community, he has worked as a contractor, consultant, and civil servant. Zachery Tyson Brown is a graduate of the National Intelligence University's Master of Science of Strategic Intelligence program.
Taking place on Tuesday mornings, INSA's Coffee & Conversation programs give intelligence community leaders the opportunity to speak about timely issues impacting the community.