Sept. 22, 2022 – NSF Virtual Forum: War and Reconstruction Afghanistan Lessons Learned: Have we really?

To kick-off our fall virtual program series we thought it was timely and important to take a retrospective look at the War in Afghanistan, 21 years after it started and one year after we withdrew our forces, precipitously.

2022 Youth Security Forum – May 24, 2022

The 2022 Youth Security Forum (YSF) will provide students in Washoe County high schools with an opportunity to discuss the war in Ukraine with national and global security experts from the Schar School of Policy and Government at the George Mason University and the National Security Forum of Nevada.

NSF January Special Event: Seeing Over the Horizon—National security challenges during and beyond 2022

NSF is honored to have two esteemed general officers join us to share their perspectives on national security challenges from the vantage point of nearly four decades of service in the U.S. Air Force. Gen Lori Robinson and Gen David Robinson served our country at times of peace, war, terrorism, the rise and fall of democratic and authoritarian regimes, and domestic turmoil.

Sept. 29, 2021 – NSF Virtual Forum: Who hacks and who wins?

Our upcoming program on Wed 29 Sep (Zoom only) covers a topic that was in high demand from responses to our recent survey. Mr. Matt Devost, a lifelong black hat hacker and cyber genius, will join us from an undisclosed location in the National Capitol Region to discuss cyberwars, artificial intelligence, and what the battlespace for cyberwars looks like now and in the future.