Infinite Possibilities: What War With China Would Look Like

Date: Wednesday, January 30

Location: The Hurt Hub@Davidson (210 Delburg Street)

Time: 5-7:30pm

Sponsor: Jackrabbit Technologies

What would you do if the electric grid was taken down for months? How much cash do you have if electronic payment systems stopped working altogether? What if your computer and phone suddenly crashed, and there was no way to get replacements?

It's been more than seven decades since the end of WW2, and with China rising, the risk of a war between great powers is larger now than anytime since the end of the Cold War. But what might start in the South China Sea will quickly impact you at home because of the rise cyber warfare.

Join us on Wednesday, January 30 to learn how the internet has changed the nature of warfare, and how that might one day affect you even if you're thousands of miles away from the fight.

Chris Boggiano, VersaMe, LaunchLKN Board Member 
Chris Boggiano is a co-founder of VersaMe, a technology company focused on child development and education. Chris is a graduate of West Point and Stanford's Graduate School of Business and has served over 15 years in the military. He brings a background in consumer electronics, energy, and military operations.
Pete Seeber is a cybersecurity entrepreneur and executive with expertise in the information technology and services industry. His company, Rocus Networks, provides world-class information security and technology solutions through engineering, design and consulting.
Jonathan Monken is a Senior Director of System Resilience and Strategic Coordination at PJM Interconnection, the world’s largest wholesale energy market. He is a Major in the U.S. Army Reserves with extensive cybersecurity, risk management, and business continuity experience from a range of public and private sector endeavors.
George Bokas is a Senior Sales Engineer at Crowdstrike, a cloud-delivered endpoint security platform. He has 20 years of experience in systems engineering and network security services.