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The Madison Policy Forum was formed by Michael Sheehan and Vincent Viola with the aim of creating a balanced and fact-based dialogue between public and private sector experts to address current national security issues. The goal of each forum conference and subsequent report is to clearly, specifically, and concisely describe the nature of the selected threat to our national security. Policy recommendations will be provided as appropriate but are secondary to a clear description of the issues that will assist in the development of sound national policy. Each conference will produce a report that will include fact sheets, Q&A’s with selected experts, and an overview essay.

 

Military-Business Dialogue: 2015 Fellowship

To explore policy challenges posed by the cyber world for both the business and military communities, the Madison Policy Forum has convened a select cohort of promising early/mid-career leaders from both the military and business communities. Over the course of 2015, top thought leaders on cyber policy issues from both the military and business communities will facilitate engaging, in-depth dialogues with the Military-Business Fellows.   

Military-Business Dialogue: 2014 Fellowship

For a second year in a row, Madison Policy Forum convened a selected cohort of promising mid-career leaders from both the military and business communities for a series of seminars.  Fellows participated in a series of dialogues on the topic of building a national strategy in the context of an increasingly cyber world.  While government and business leaders are well acclimated to challenges posed by the physical, especially in terms of conflict and competition, the cyber world poses a different set of policy challenges for both the business and military communities that our fellowship class is uniquely equipped to explore.  

Military-Business Dialogue: 2013 Fellowship

Madison Policy Forum convened a select cohort of promising early/mid-career leaders from both the military and business communities. Over the course of 2013, top thought leaders on cyber policy issues from both the military and business communities facilitated engaging, in-depth dialogues with the Military-Business Fellows.    

Dec 21, 2010 - New York:

Former NYPD Commissioner and LAPD Chief William Bratton discussed his career experiences as described in his book, The Turnaround:  How America's Top Cop Reversed the Crime Epidemic (Random House, 1998)

October 15, 2010 - West Point:

Counterinsurgency:  An examination of U.S. COIN policy in future conflicts post Afghanistan.

July 22, 2010 - New York:

The US Power Grid:  Assessing the Vulnerabilities to Cyber Attack steering group

June 23, 2010 - New York:

Domestic Intelligence and Counterterrorism steering group

October 27, 2009

Cyber Security Forum