Read Me In: Demystifying Security and Intelligence Series – The Future of Intelligence (FON1-E23)

Product code: FON1-E23

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January 31, 2024


11:00 am to 11:45 am (ET)

English, with interpretation in French

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45 minutes



All public servants at all levels



Canada's national security landscape has evolved significantly over the last few decades, influenced by world events, emerging technologies, and the fast pace of global change.

This final event in the series features a discussion with Shelly Bruce, former chief of the Communications Security Establishment, about the future of intelligence and current and past trends impacting the national security environment.

Participants will learn about the importance of diversity and horizontal collaboration in the intelligence field and how government departments can better integrate intelligence into their decision-making processes to anticipate future disruptions and threats.

Learn more about the Read Me In: Demystifying Security and Intelligence Series.


  • Aiesha Zafar, Visiting Executive Faculty Member, Canada School of Public Service
  • Shelly Bruce, Distinguished Fellow, Centre for International Governance Innovation; Visiting Professor, University of Ottawa; and former Chief (Deputy Minister), Communications Security Establishment
Date modified: 2023-11-09