Webinar—Proactively Secure Your Organization from State-Sponsored IP Theft and Talent Transfer: Actionable Insights from the Semiconductor Industry
In this webinar, two of our experts, Travis Whitworth and Corey Johnston, detail critical insights for your organization's strategic advantage.
Gain a better understanding of the CHIPS Act's impact on both national and international levels and learn more about the pivotal findings from Strider's recent report, which shed light on the PRC’s pursuit for foreign expertise to bolster its semiconductor capabilities and other technologies of interest.
In an era marked by escalating global competition for intellectual property and top-tier talent, discover proactive steps that companies and governments can take to fortify their vital technology resources against state-sponsored IP theft.
About the presenters:
W. Travis Whitworth is a Senior Intelligence Advisor for Strider. Travis leads the Global Intelligence Unit, which specializes in client engagement, tailoring analytic products and briefings, and managing projects that are particularly sensitive or complex.
Previous to joining Strider, Travis had a 22-year career at the Central Intelligence Agency where he was a leading expert in East Asia security issues. He led numerous analytic units and served multiple tours in CIA Stations in East and Southeast Asia. Travis also served as a U.S. Marine with multiple deployments to East and Southwest Asia.
Corey Johnston is the Head of Strategy at Strider. He helps optimize Strider's delivery of unique data and methodology to predict, correlate, and mitigate risks to talent, technology, and supply chains in both private and public sector organizations.
Prior to Strider, Corey served over 30 years in the United States Navy as a naval aviator, diplomat, economic statesman, and Chief Competition Officer at the U.S. Department of State. In this role, Corey spearheaded multiple initiatives that not only led to a resurgence in U.S. semiconductor manufacturing but also made substantial contributions to the CHIPS Act legislation.