E-conferences dedicated to Defence and Security topics – 19 octobre
19 octobre à 17 h 00 min - 19 h 00 min
iDeaS by COGES Events represents a cycle of e-conferences exclusively dedicated to defense and security topics. The purpose of these regular meetings is to bring together experts, decision-makers, institutions, and users in order to discuss together, enrich the debates and discover trends.
The e-conferences go international since September 2021 and will thus carry larger-scale reflections with international cross-eyes.
Find iDeaS every 3rd Tuesday of the month, live then in replay. This professional event is free and accessible by simple online registration.
PARTICIPATING IS SIMPLE!
All you have to do is register online on the secure Livestorm platform and let yourseld be guided. You will receive a confirmation email and a reminder before the big day, then a few minutes before, with the connection link.
After each e-conference, you will receive the link to access the replay. You will just have to click, watch and relay!
During this e-conference, our top-level panelists will address the major issues of today’s Safe City in Latin America as well as digital security and how technological innovations can protect people, cities and countries.
Citizen security has been Latin America’s main challenge during the last decades. Intensive use of technology and data-driven policing are among the strategies authorities have adopted to tackle the existing high crime and victimization rates.
Ten years ago, Mexico Ciudad Segura program revolutionized the way cities’ C4s address incident management by integrating various subsystems into a unique platform improving situation awareness.
Nowadays, disruptive technologies such as Big Data and Artificial Intelligence significantly support incident detection and qualification. This allows the operator to focus on incident resolution.
In a digitally accelerated world, even more with the current conditions related to COVID-19 where sectors of all kinds have exploited the digital environment to survive, digital security threats have multiplied. People, cities and countries are now more vulnerable. Innovation and articulated work between sectors of society (academia, public and private, entrepreneurs, for example) are essential to face current and future challenges.