Security Industry Congress 2023

During the International Trade Fair For Security Systems And Safeguard Warsaw Security Expo on October 4, 2023 (the first day of the fair), a prestigious conference meeting will take place in Hall C titled:

„Cybersecurity 2.0 – How Artificial Intelligence Can Impact Security, Especially in the Field of Critical Infrastructure”

The conference will focus on hardware and software aspects, as well as legal issues related to cybersecurity.

Conference Organizers:

Milton Essex SA and the technological partner ZURAD Sp. z o.o., part of the Polish Armaments Group.



Prof. Arwid Mednis

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Cybersecurity and the Protection of Biometric Data in Light of the Requirements of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Prof. Jacek Stępień, Paweł Łukasiewicz (Konsorcjum B+R „FACE-COV” Milton Essex & Instytut Optoelektroniki WAT) element.

The possibilities of artificial intelligence in the field of cybersecurity using the example of the FaceCOV™ ActiveScan™ system in creating a modular security infrastructure

Wojciech Weissenberg

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The issue of cyber-security for critical infrastructure from the perspective of utilizing biometric systems - using one of the best algorithms employed in national and international systems as an example

These topics are particularly relevant in the current international situation, as regardless of the high cybersecurity threats, we must ensure the proper application of European regulations guaranteeing the right to the protection of personal data, including images and sensitive biometric data. According to Check Point Research, the number of cyberattacks worldwide is at its highest in two years, averaging 1258 per week. Importantly, in the second quarter of 2023, it increased by 8% compared to the same period last year. Europe is considered the region with the highest growth in attacks, exceeding 21% year-on-year. In Poland alone, in the second quarter of 2023, there were 33% more cyber incidents than in the second quarter of 2022. According to estimates by the European Commission, the annual cost of cybercrime for the global economy in 2020 was 5.5 billion euros.

Securing and Controlling Companies Against Cyberattacks,Access Control, Antiterrorist Security

Hall C
Conference Room #1

Conference organizers

Participation in the conference is conditional on registering for the trade fair:

Conference Agenda

11.00 – 11.15

Security Section Presentation

11.00 – 11.15

Jakub Betka

Recipe for Security – Why Cyber Connects Law and IT

11.40 – 12.00

Mateusz Leszczyński

OSINT in the Service of Entrepreneurs

12.05 – 12.25

Zofia Pruchniak

#CYBEROCHRONA: Real Cyber Risk Insurance

12.30 – 12.50

Piotr Oleksiak

Sociotechniques Used in Attacks on Enterprises – Case Study

12.55 – 13.15

Jakub Betka

Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity - Opportunities and Threats

13.20 – 13.40

Wojciech Jankowski

Nice Polska Sp. z o.o.

Smart Home Ensuring Security

Academic Presentation with Minimal Commercial Content

13.45 – 14.25

Current Threats to Entrepreneurs: Effects of the Ukraine War, Influx of Eastern Workers, Inflation, Pandemic Consequences (Expert Discussion in the Security Section)

Participation in the conference is conditional on registering for the trade fair:

Conference Agenda:

Day 1

„Preventing and Responding to Crisis Situations. The Public Sector and Institutions”

  • Introduction to Preventing and Responding to Crisis Situations (Analysis of Current Threats, Challenges, and Key Elements of Effective Crisis Management)
  • Risk Management in the Context of Security (Identifying and Assessing Risk, Effective Risk Reduction Strategies, Ensuring Business Continuity in Crisis Situations)
  • Crisis Management in the Public Sector (The Role of Public Authorities in Crisis Management, Coordination of Activities between Different Agencies and Institutions, Examples of Successful Interventions and Responses to Crisis Situations)
  • Cybersecurity (Detecting and Responding to Cyber Attacks, Modern Cyber Threats and Attack Techniques, Methods of Detecting and Responding to Cyber Incidents, Implementing Effective Solutions to Enhance Cybersecurity)
  • Protecting Critical Infrastructure (Key Sectors within an Organization, Detecting Threats and Early Warning of Attacks, Examples of Effective Strategies for Protecting Critical Infrastructure)

Day 2

„Preventing and Responding to Crisis Situations. The Private Sector”

  • Physical Security and Access Management
    (increasing threats to physical security, modern technologies and methods of access management, integration of physical security with digital security systems)
  • Incident Response and Crisis Management
    (effective response procedures, communication in crisis situations, incident analysis, and drawing conclusions from incidents)
  • Security in the Financial Sector
    (trends and challenges, fraud prevention and data theft in the financial industry, new technologies in the financial sector – and security)
  • Building Organizational Resilience to Crises (strategies and countermeasures, the role of planning in building resilience, examples of successful resilience-building implementations in various industries)
  • Building a Safety Culture in an Organization (the role of safety management in crisis prevention, the impact of employee awareness on organizational safety, examples of best practices and strategies in building a safety culture)