The Future of Intelligence Sharing: Knowing What is Next
The sharing of timely, accurate, and actionable intelligence between NATO countries plays a key role in anticipating threats and discrediting disinformation campaigns. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has demonstrated the importance of intelligence sharing, and the revitalized NATO alliance has committed to increasing information exchange to combat malign influence. However, NATO will need to adapt and innovate its intelligence sharing methods to prepare for future threats. How can NATO bolster its intelligence sharing capabilities? What lessons can it draw from Five Eyes and other networks to navigate a changing information landscape?
Steven Horrell, Senior Fellow, Center for European Policy Analysis
Michael S. Rogers, Senior Advisor, Brunswick Group; Former Commander, US Cyber Command; Former Director, US National Security Agency
John Sipher, Co-founder and CEO, Spycraft Entertainment
Jen Kirby, Foreign and National Security Reporter, Vox