The 6th International Symposium on Security is a unique opportunity to engage with security and intelligence experts who share their insights and experiences toward a safer and more innovative future.
In this edition, we honor Athos Bulcão, a renowned figure in Brazilian art who inspires our commitment to pioneering, creativity, and innovation. Much like Athos Bulcão’s works that highlight the scenery of Brasília, the International Symposium on Security is already a hallmark in the city's calendar, becoming a memorable event. We aim to foster dialogue and collaboration among different realms of security and technology.
Join us on-site or online.
In this edition, we will maintain the hybrid format that will allow for a broader participation both in person and online, allowing a larger audience to share their experiences and knowledge, not just from Brazil but also from overseas.
Brazil's greatest event in technological innovation for security and intelligence.
The event is free of charge, but only experts or authorities in security and intelligence, including different careers and areas of expertise, are eligible to participate. Pre-register now and stay tuned for more information!
Join us on this journey toward a safer and more innovative future.
Lectures and panels by internationally recognized experts
Technological innovations in fighting against crime
Networking with security professionals and authorities
Exploring trends in intelligence and cybersecurity
Thematic panels on Public Security, financial crimes, environmental crimes, and more
The International Symposium on Security is an event that goes beyond traditional boundaries to embrace innovation and security. We bring together experts, authorities, and professionals in the security sector, both from the public and private sectors, to discuss and share knowledge that will shape the future of security, not only in Brazil but globally.
Our mission is to explore the latest trends in intelligence, innovation, and technology in the fight against crime. We aspire to create an environment where security, sustainability, and the free movement of people are priorities, ensuring a safer and more promising future.
We will feature eight thematic panels that will delve into multiple crucial issues related to security matters, including Public Security, Borders, Cyber Intelligence, Smart Cities, Penitentiary Systems, Environmental Crimes, Financial Crimes, and Technological Innovations.
Presenting prominent figures, including representatives from the Federal Police, Federal Highway Police, Brazilian Intelligence Agency, Military Forces, DEPEN, industry entrepreneurs, embassies, UN-affiliated organizations, and other bodies related to Public Security.
In this edition, we pay tribute to Athos Bulcão, a renowned Brazilian visual artist celebrated for his contributions to abstract art and the integration of art and architecture. He collaborated with Oscar Niemeyer on multiple occasions, leaving a lasting imprint on Brasília through his tiles and panels adorning prestigious buildings such as the Palácio do Planalto. His work, characterized by geometric forms and vibrant colors, continues to reflect the cultural and modernist identity of the nation, remaining relevant and admired to this day.
Much like Athos Bulcão's indelible mark on Brasília's architecture, the International Symposium on Security aims to establish its presence in the realms of security, innovation, and technology. The unity of art and security will shape the future and we look forward to your participation in this edition.
The National Association of Federal Police Commissioners (ADPF), through the Federal District Board, will host the 6th International Symposium on Security on May 8 and 9, 2024. This event, which is already a part of the city's calendar and has solidified its trademark following the success of its previous five editions, returns to Brasília in 2024, bringing all the trends and innovations related to intelligence, innovation, and technology in the fight against crime.
The entire event will be recorded and broadcast online starting from May 13 and will be available for up to 30 days, enabling interested parties from other states or countries to access all the content, thereby expanding the reach of the information and everything that occurred during the event.
A dedicated space focused on showcasing and demonstrating the most modern security tools and technological solutions, as well as the existing norms and principles in the fight against crime.
The primary objective is to work towards ensuring that people live in a sustainable environment, where freedom of movement is guaranteed without the threat of crime.
The International Symposium on Security presents the leading innovations available in the market through partnerships with the private sector and shares implemented experiences that have not only objectively contributed to reducing crime but also to enhancing the quality of evidence and, consequently, criminal prosecution.
This year, we will feature eight thematic panels: Public Security, Borders, Cyber Intelligence, Smart Cities, Penitentiary System, Environmental Crimes, Financial Crimes, and Technological Innovations, with the participation of authorities from the Federal Police, Federal Highway Police, Brazilian Intelligence Agency, Military Forces, DEPEN, industry entrepreneurs, embassies, UN-affiliated organizations, and other bodies related to Public Security.
BRAZIL REGULATION nº 6.782/21 INCLUDES THE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON SECURITY IN THE OFFICIAL CALENDAR OF THE FEDERAL DISTRICT.
The National Association of Federal Police Commissioners (ADPF) is the first-class representative entity of this category in Brazil and has a trajectory marked by well-succeeded actions.
The mission of the ADPF is to improve the police institution, its doctrine, regulations, and functional operating principles, as well as to advocate for the rights and grievances of commissioners.
Currently, the Association has over 2,300 commissioners, it has regional directorates in all states and the Federal District, and an active and dedicated membership committed to the cause of its members.
Throughout its years of operation, the entity has supported the defense of the category and public security, values that have merged its importance alongside the Federal Police's commissioners and society. The ADPF has a leading role in the history of the Federal Police and works to enhance the institution, besides aiming for the well-being of the associate commissioners.
To serve the affiliated Federal Police Commissioners by organizing service and welfare benefits and advocating for the rights and prerogatives of the profession.
To be an opinion leader and a reference for representation for the Federal Police Commissioners of Brazil.
Efficiency, honesty, proactivity, transparency, commitment, cordiality.
The National Association of Federal Police Commissioners (ADPF)
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