June 14, 2019

FinTech and National Security: What’s In Your Digital Wallet?

By Kristofer Doucette, Aimen Mir, Zachary K. Goldman, Natasha De Teran, Usman Ahmed and Elizabeth Rosenberg

Experts Kristofer Doucette, Aimen Mir, Zachary Goldman, Natasha De Teran, and Usman Ahmed joined Elizabeth Rosenberg at the CNAS 2019 National Security Conference to discuss the threats and opportunities for U.S. national security posed by new financial technologies that are reshaping the financial services industry and shifting the geography of financial innovation.

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