GLOBAL SECURITY FORUM 2023
21 SEP 23 - 22 SEP 23
Global Security Forum 2023
From accidental triggers to intentional decisions or technological innovation, the catalysts of our biggest security concerns are rarely predictable.
The type of approach we choose — preemptive, proactive or reactive — depends on one thing:
Is it a tipping point or a tripwire?
WATCH HOW YOU WANT
In Person / Virtual / Hybrid
#GSF2023 will be available to hundreds of in-person attendees, but we'll also offer a livestream digital experience. Choose the best option for you and your schedule.
The Global Security Forum (GSF) convenes the world's top leadership and experts to discuss security and strategy in a landscape categorized by Tipping Points & Tripwires.
GSF is an opportunity to engage the nation on global issues that impact us all. At the forum, policymakers meet with students, community leaders pose questions to generals, and business leaders can sit down with the world's top experts for cutting-edge conversation.
The security of the world demands the highest quality of leadership, the best ideas, and the engagement of informed and active global citizens. Hosted in Connecticut, a leader of the global defense industry.
PAUL “BUDDY” BUCHA
Medal of Honor Recipient
GEN USA (Ret) GEORGE W. CASEY, JR. (Emeritus)
36th Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army
ADM USN (Ret) DENNIS BLAIR
3rd Director of National Intelligence
HON. RYAN MCCARTHY
24th Secretary of the U.S. Army
MG FRANCIS J. EVON, USARNG
Adjutant General, Connecticut National Guard
LTGEN, USAF (Ret) MICHAEL R. MOELLER
Pratt and Whitney Military Engines
LtCol, USMC (Ret)
MG GARRETT YEE (Ret.)
Vice President, Army Sector; General Dynamics Information Technology
JAMES HOLMES, Ph.D
U.S. Naval War College
The National Bureau of Asian Research
Power Africa, USAID
Colt Manufacturing Company
Thayer Leader Development Group at West Point
Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University
Former National Security and Intelligence Officer
U.S. Dept. of State
World Affairs Councils of America