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EMP, Cyber/Space Warfare Symposium -- ACDemocracy (Complete Discussion)

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Published on Oct 31, 2013

ACDemocracy presents a briefing with experts in the field of Energy, EMP and Cyber/Space Warfare. ACD director Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld, organized and moderated the meeting. To Learn More Visit: www.acdemocracy.org

The speakers include:

Dr.Rachel Ehrenfeld - Executive Director of ACDemocracy.

Ambassador R. James Woolsey is the Chairman of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, Former Director of Central Intelligence, and member of ACD's Board of Directors: Key Elements of Energy Security.

Dr. William Forstchen is the Author of the Best Selling book One Second After: "To Live or Not to Live" -- Protecting Against EMP Attacks.

Dr. Peter V. Pry is the President of EMPACT America and former Director of U.S. Nuclear Strategy Forum: Nuclear and WMD Proliferation.

Dr. M.V. "Coyote" Smith, Colonel USAF, Professor of Strategic Space and Cyber Studies, School of Advanced Air and Space Studies, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base: Welcome to the Age of Cyber & Space Warfare.

William B. Scott, former editor, Aviation Week, author of the bestselling books SpaceWars and CounterSpace: Next Generation Space and Cyber War.

Steven Chabinsky, former deputy assistant director, FBI Cyber Division, senior vice president of legal affairs and chief risk officer, CrowdStrike: Cyber Survival: Why We're Losing and What's Needed to Win.

Dr. John M. Templeton, Jr. (Jack), President and Chairman, The John Templeton Fund.

Greg Wessling - Chief Operating Officer of the Noah Foundation EVP and Chief Operating Officer of Morris Group.

Cynthia Ayers, Director, Task Force on National and Homeland Security.

Eva-Jane Lark, Space Frontier Foundation.

Sid Morris, founder of the NOAH Foundation.

David Huges, writer editor at FAA.

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