Security Jam, what is it? It's an online tool that allows leading political and military figures, security and defence practitioners, "think-tankers", civil society representatives, NGOs, academics and journalists to participate in a live, around-the-clock discussion on a wide spectrum of security issues from anywhere in the world.
This year, Security Jam will be held from 19-23 March, and is a partnership between NATO's Allied Command Transformation (ACT), the European Commission/ European External Action Service, the US European Command (EUCOM) and the US Mission to NATO.
The event is expected to have up to 10,000 stakeholders in security matters from many nations and communities participating.
The Security Jam will be split into eight forums such as Crisis Response, Facing the Cyber Challenge and Strategic Partnerships. The final recommendations on potential solutions to meet the pressing needs of today's security environment will be based on the analysis of jammers' comments. The analysis will be done by internationally recognised 'Think Tanks' to senior NATO and EU leadership.
"For ACT the ability to have up to 10,000 individuals commenting on security issues provides an opportunity to take advantage of innovative thought, and to develop an understanding of the views of a significant number of individuals." Said Colonel Ross Thurlow, Capability Development, NATO Allied Command Transformation.
For more information or to sign-up, click here: www.act.nato.int/securityjam
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