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In this episode of The Gate 15 Interview, Andy Jabbour talks with Bryan Ware, founder and CEO of Next5 (next5.co), a technology-focused business intelligence and strategic advisory firm. In addition to being a successful entrepreneur, Bryan is a self-described “analytics geek” and emerging technologies expert. He has formerly served as the CEO at Haystax Technology and more recently served at DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) as the Assistant Director for the Cybersecurity Division. Bryan on Twitter (@bsware). Bryan on LinkedIn. In the discussion we address: Bryan’s background and his experience in the private sector and at DHS’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) His new project, Next5 Critical and emerging technology and associated concerns Geopolitical and other security challenges Find out what Bryan means when he says “I believe in Liquid Diplomacy?” Here his call to service And more! “I’m most passionate about the critical and emerging technologies that are emerging now and will be most important to our lives, economies, and national security 5+ years from now” Bryan Ware A few references mentioned in or relevant to our discussion include: We discussed Bryan’s new company, Next5. From the website, “Next5 helps leading companies develop, acquire and protect the game-changing technologies of the future. Our research provides a current and expert perspective on critical emerging technologies, global supply chains, and geo-political and economic factors that shape opportunities and risks.” See more, including the Next 5 Technology Matrix, from the link above. Bryan mentioned the quote “software is eating the world,” stated by Marc Andreessen. Read more on that in the Wall Street Journal, Why Software Is Eating The World (20 Aug 2011). We mentioned the Five Eyes partnership, which is the intelligence alliance comprising Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. You can read a little about that from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, here, or on Wikipedia.
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