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Hendrickson Forum 2015

The Ethics of Cyber Security
About Adm. James Stavridis USN (Ret.)

Admiral James Stavridis, United States Navy (Retired) is the former Supreme Allied Commander, NATO, and former U.S. European Commander, overseeing operations on three continents (2009-2013).

He provides top-level information and strategies to leaders and citizens who must address critical challenges:

  • Cybersecurity: Cyber criminals know no boundaries and are fundamentally changing the world. How does this impact business, personal life, and the global marketplace?

  • “Smart power”: What alliances and coalitions do we need to create a secure nation, government, and business community?

Stavridis remains an active and informed commentator on global affairs that impact business audiences investing worldwide. The forum will include a brief audience question-and-answer session with Stavridis. 

Join us for a conversation about some of the most pressing challenges of our time and what must be done to take command of our future.

Event Information and Registration

April 9, 2015

11 a.m. Registration and Networking

11:30 a.m. -  1:15 p.m. Lunch, Program, Q&A

Saint Mary's University Center
2540 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55404

$40 General Admission
$25 Saint Mary's University Alumni and Employees
$10 Students

Questions? HendricksonInstitute@smumn.edu or 612-238-4545

Register

 

About the Hendrickson Institute

The Hendrickson Institute for Ethical Leadership is a center for excellence at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota for the formation of ethical leadership skills in our students and our community. By providing a forum for the exploration of ethical issues, the institute supports the university’s mission to “…awaken, nurture, and empower learners to ethical lives of service and leadership.” 

Through intense inquiry on issues of ethical leadership and by fostering personal relationships, the institute is a resource for our students and our communities to explore, examine, and discover the truths in the world around us and the character within each of us.