Please join the Intelligence Project for a lunch seminar with the Honorable Mike Rogers, former member of Congress representing Michigan's Eighth Congressional District, Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI), officer in the U.S. Army, and FBI special agent.

From spy vs. spy to keyboard vs. keyboard the modern era of espionage is alive and well.  Techniques have changed, internal intelligence policy has changed, but has our national policy kept pace?Chairman Rogers will explore the real-time transition and the challenges moving forward.

Chairman Rogers has twenty years of experience in top-level national security positions from the U.S. Army, to the FBI, to the Chairmanship of the House Intelligence Committee.  From investing in satellites to catching spies, he led oversight of all 17 U.S. intelligence agencies including the CIA, the NSA and military intelligence. He has worked with foreign heads of state, two presidents and Congressional leadership on America’s toughest national security problems.  As Chairman, he originally authored the cyber threat information sharing legislation signed into law by President Obama, and today he is recognized as a national leader on cyber policy and sits on the boards of several cyber security companies.