The Warsaw Security Forum is an annual platform for presidents, prime ministers, ministers, military and experts to engage in a dialogue and exchange experience in both military and non-military security and defense. The issues discussed are modern information warfare, energy security, cyber security, and the use of economic and political factors to undermine the foundations of peace and the stability of the West. Among the topics of this year's agenda are: issues related to cyber security, the security and defense issues of the European Union in the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome and the role of women in the peace and security process.
Since its first edition, the annual strategic partner of the Warsaw Security Forum is the National Security Service (BBN). The Forum is regularly supported by national institutions, among others; the Ministry of Internal Affairs, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Ministry of Digitization and The Ministry of Development, as well as international organizations including NATO. The Warsaw Security Forum is organized by the Casimir Pulaski Foundation, an independent think tank that specializes in foreign policy and international security. The main area of concentration for the Pulaski Foundation is to provide analysis that describes and explains international events, identifies trends in the international environment, and provides implementable recommendations and solutions for policy makers as well as the private sector. This year's fourth edition of the event features 5 plenary sessions, 4 working sessions, 4 round table sessions, nearly 120 speakers and more than 500 guests from the country and abroad. The guests will be among others; Mateusz Morawiecki (Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance), Paweł Soloch (Head of Security Office), Linas Linkevicius (Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania), Daniel Kostoval (Deputy Minister of Defense of the Czech Republic), Róbert Ondrejcsák (State Secretary at the Ministry of Defense of Slovakia), Thomas Greminger (Secretary General of the OSCE), Mehdi Jomaa (Prime Minister of Tunisia 2014-2015), Daniel Mitov (Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria from 2014 to 2017) and many others. The Warsaw Security Forum will take place on the 8th & 9th of November 2017 at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Warsaw (http://doubletree3.hilton.com/en/hotels/poland/doubletree-by-hilton-hotel-and-conference-centre-warsaw-WAWCCDI/index.html?WT.mc_id=zELWAKN0EMEA1DT2DMH3LocalSearch4DGGenericx6WAWCCDI)