To lead industry dialogue for a unified approach to combat future crime
INTERPOL World 2017 is set to bring law enforcement agencies, government bodies, academia, security professionals and solution providers together over three days of networking and information exchange this July. The global exhibition and congress aim to stimulate collaborations between stakeholders to address crimes in the future.
The INTERPOL World 2017 Congress
This year the Congress will see a brand-new conference structure to give attendees a more guided experience with an end-to-end approach. Featuring over 40 speakers across the public and private sectors, it will address pressing concerns via three dedicated tracks – Cybercrime (4 July), Safe Cities (5 July) and Identity Management (6 July).
All three days will begin with a macro dialogue to highlight the spectrum of future security challenges. This will be followed by a segment covering strategic perspectives from practitioners, researchers, and academia, who will cast light on technologies that are available to address the security challenges. The days will end with insightful case studies featuring real-life applications and results that some organizations have achieved in different parts of the world.
Participants at the Congress will hear from leading security solutions providers such as Kaspersky Lab, Microsoft, NEC, Securiport and SICPA, as well as thought leaders from police departments and various security research institutions.
The INTERPOL World 2017 Exhibition
While the second edition of the INTERPOL World 2017 Congress will take place from 4 to 6 July 2017, the trade exhibition will take place from 5 to 7 July 2017. The exhibition will feature international manufacturers and solutions providers presenting their latest cutting-edge technologies across cybersecurity, public safety, biometrics, identity solutions, forensics and investigations and many more to over 10,000 security professionals and buyers from both public and private sectors.
● Arthur Holland Michel, Co-Director, Center for the Study of the Drone, Bard College
● Cheri McGuire, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Standard Chartered
● Dr. Donato Colucci, Senior Regional Immigration, and Border Management Specialist, International Organization for Migration (IOM)
● Jim Pitkow, Chair Technical Task Force, Thorn
● Michael Hershman, Group CEO, International Centre for Sports Security (ICSS)
● Nils Andersen-Röed, Operational Specialist/ Project Leader Darkweb Team, Dutch National Police
● Rob Leslie, Chief Executive Officer, Sedicii Innovations Limited (World Economic Forum’s 2015 Technology Pioneer)