National Security, Global Impact
The Mexico Critical Infrastructure Protection forum is the homeland security event designed to bring together high-level directors, strategic advisors and decision makers from the national and international security community to discuss the challenges and solutions required to protect against these increasing threats.
Encompassing a range of discussions, from pipeline protection and supply chain resilience, to site security and crisis management for major transport hubs and trade routes, this homeland security event provides a unique opportunity for international cooperation and new trade partnerships with leaders in Mexican infrastructure protection.
Key Benefits of Attending
You will discover the key homeland security issues facing major national corporations and infrastructure agencies. Benefit from keynote presentations and interactive debates on the leading challenges and goals for the safeguarding of Mexican critical infrastructure assets:
- Understand the unique cultural, social and economic factors informing Mexican homeland security challenges.
- Meet and engage with leading decision makers from critical infrastructure corporations
- Get ahead of the learning curve on upcoming programmes and strategies for infrastructure development and security investment.
- Expand your level of contacts through debates and networking with broad range of national security officials.
- Assess the latest techniques and capabilities for intrusion and motion detection, access control, data protection, risk assessment, and crisis management.
- Find Government and Industry partners for JVs and PPPs, enabling your route to market.
Hilton Mexico City Reforma
Av. Juarez #70.
To book accommodation in the Hilton Mexico City Reforma Hotel, please directly contact:
Ms ARGELIA CONTRERAS
Tel: +1 52 55 5130 5300 ext 3030
f: +1 52 55 5130 5235
Event code: GRPCWC
Unique Insight from National Thought Leaders:
- Enrique Galindo Francisco Ceballos, Commissioner General and Secretary General, Office of the Commissioner General, Policía Federal
- Caitlin Durkovich, Assistant Secretary for Infrastructure Protection, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
- Cap. Gustavo Cuevas Gutiérrez, Chief, Directorate of Physical Security, Federal Electricity Commission (CFE)
- Alfonso Ramón Bagur, Head of the Federal Protection Service, National Security Commission
- Mtro. Carlos Huerta Durán, Economic Advisor, Board of Directors, Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex)
- Jaime López-Aranda Trewartha, Head of the National Information Center, Ministry of Interior (SEGOB)
- Arturo Garcia Hernandez*, IT Security Manager, Mexican Central Bank (Banxico)
- Fernando M Gomez Villarreal, CFPS, CPP, PSP, PCI, Security Director (Latin America), HSBC
- Rogelio Villarreal Gonzalez, Corporate Security Manager, ICA - Fluor Daniel
- José Luis Calderón González, Commercial Director, Eximco
*In order to ensure the most valuable discussion, this speaker will be providing his personal opinion on a variety of security matters. The opinions of this speaker, therefore, do not necessarily represent those of the organisation he represents.