Date: Seminar is cancelled/postponed.
Where: KPMG Huset, Sørkedalsveien 6, Oslo


Geopolitical Shifts and Security Implications for Business and Governance. In an era of escalating geopolitical uncertainty, private and public organizations are compelled to reevaluate their strategies and emergency protocols. The KPMG seminar, grounded in insights from the "Drivers of unrest" report, will dissect the root causes of global security challenges and their direct implications for European and Norwegian entities.

Participants will gain a better understanding of how to navigate the complex landscape of cyber security, compliance, and international sanctions. The seminar will provide a platform to discuss the interplay between global and regional security issues, focusing on the latest developments in international peace and security and their potential impact on local safety and preparedness in Europe and Norway.

The seminar will explore how global security threats translate into risks for European stability and what this means for Norwegian businesses and governance. Drawing on research and cross sector experience, the discussion will center on how organizations can proactively adapt to these threats, emphasizing the importance of understanding geopolitics and security preparedness as a business imperative.

There will also be time to engage with the experts in a Q&A session.

We hope to see you on November 27th.



Stig Jarle Hansen

Stig Jarle Hansen, Professor, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)

Helene Sjursen

Helene Sjursen, Research Professor, ARENA - Centre for European Studies, University of Oslo

Marianne Aas

Marianne Aas, Partner, Cyber and Security, KPMG Norway

Henrik Buljo Astorp, Senior Associtate, Corporate Intelligence, KPMG Norway

Jon Christian Møller

Moderated by Jon Christian Møller, Director, Security Sector and Governance Systems, KPMG Norway

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