2017 Conference programme

Published on by Ghislain VACHEROT - updated on

Following the success of the 2015 conferences, Milipol Paris 2017 was once again running a free conference programme for visitors and exhibitors. Several key themes for the homeland security sector have been covered during 4 days.

These conferences featured top international experts and were conducted in French and English with different format: keynote, conference, panel debate, case study, etc.

Conference by Guillaume Poupard, ANSSI - Milipol Paris 2015

The programme, starting with an Opening Conference, was organised into the 5 following themes:

Specific tracks were dedicated to the Horizon 2020 Programme on Wednesday and on the Private Security on Friday.

The conference programme enabled participants to be informed by and discuss with security professionals the current issues facing the security sector.

Discover the conference programme on Tuesday 21 November / Wednesday 22 November / Thursday 23 November / Friday 24 November


Tuesday 21 November

02:00 pm - 04:00 pm

• Opening Remarks (FR)
  • Prefect Yann JOUNOT, CEOCivipoland Chairman of Milipol Network
• Digital transformation – security: The challenges of the partnership between French Government and security industry (FR)
  • Thierry DELVILLE, Ministerial Delegate to the Security Industries and the Fight Against Cyber ThreatsDMISC - Ministry of Interior
• Continuum Security - Defence - Justice (FR)
  • Hélène CAZAUX-CHARLES, Managing DirectorINHESJ (National Institute of High Studies of Security and Justice)
• Horizon 2020: 2018-2020 EU Security Research and Innovation Work Programme (ENG)
  • Armand NACHEFCoordinator of the National Contact Point for Security – FranceHorizon 2020
• Assessing the Evolving Global Terror Threat (ENG)

04:00 pm - 05:00 pm

 Crisis Management & Resilience: Lessons Learnt (FR)


  • Christian SOMMADE, Executive Director, HCFDC (French High Committee for Civil Defence)


  • Delphine ARIAS-BUFFARDInstitutional Relations Director & Business DevelopmentDeveryware
  • Jean-Louis FIAMENGHI, Security Director, VEOLIA, and Vice-President, CDSE (French Club of Company Security Directors)
  • Jean-Paul MAURON, Managing Director, Techwan


Wednesday 22 November

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

• Cybersecurity new challenges (FR)
  • Guillaume POUPARDManaging Director, ANSSI (National Cybersecurity Agency of France)
• Cybersecurity: What remains to be done? (ENG)
  • Jamie SHEADeputy Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges, NATO
• Connected objects' Security Challenges (FR)



  • Jean-Christophe LE TOQUINPresident, CyAN (Cybersecurity Advisors Network)
  • Corinne THIERACHELawyer, Partner at ALERION law firm, Head of the Intellectual Property and ICT departments
  • Thierry AUTRETManaging Director, CESIN (Club of Experts in Information Security and Digital Technology), and Speaker, Expert IHEDN (Institute for Higher National Defence Studies)
  • Coralie HERITIER, Vice-President, HexaTrust, and CEO, IDnomic

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

• H2020 Pitching Session
  • Green Communications – Pauline LOYGUE
  • Grenoble Ecole de Management – Pr. Dr. Nathalie DEVILLIER
  • Shuttleworth Consulting Services Ltd – Michael SHUTTLEWORTH
  • Evitech – Pierre BERNAS

02:00 pm - 05:00 pm

• Safe & Smart Cities (ENG)
  • Anthony LEATHER, Principal Security Consultant Aerospace, Defence & Security, Frost & Sullivan
• Artificial intelligence in the interest of public safety and security (ENG)
  • Vincent HAUSEUXStrategy & Marketing Director, Protection SystemsThales
• Case study - Amsterdam Smart & Safe Arena Project (CANCELLED)
  • Joshua SERRAO, Innovation OfficerAmsterdam City
• Safer Smart Cities (ENG)
  • Nicolas CHALVIN, Vice-President Enterprise IoT EcosystemGemalto
• Safe City: French Perspective (FR)



  • Caroline POZMENTIERDeputy Mayor, Marseille, and Vice President, PACA Region
  • Philip ALLONCLE, Delegate for Security Cooperation, Ministry of Interior
  • Laurent DENIZOT, CEO, Egidium Technologies, and President of the "Safe City" Commission, CICS (Trust and Security Industry Council)
  • Guillaume FARDESecurity-Defense Division DirectorSciences Po, and Managing DirectorALTHING Security and Business Intelligence
  • Pierre BOUTILLON, Deputy Director, Municipal Police of Cannes


Thursday 23 November

10:00 am - 03:30 pm

• Keynote (FR)
  • Prefect Pierre DE BOUSQUET, Head of the National Centre for Counter Terrorism, Presidency of the Republic
• The European Police Response in Cybersecurity (ENG)
  • Jean-Dominique NOLLET, Head of Forensic Laboratory, European Cybercrime Centre EC3, Europol
• Theological foundations of the Jihadism (ENG)
• Issues and Possible Answers regarding the Radicalization Phenomenon (FR)



  • Jean-Marie BOCKEL, Former Minister, Senator, Haut-Rhin 
  • Béatrice BRUGERE, Deputy Secretary General of Force Ouvriere (FO) Magistrat and former anti-terrorist judge
  • Anne-Clémentine LARROQUE, Islam Expert, Lecturer in GeopoliticsSciences Po  and counter-terrorism AnalystMinistry of Justice.
  • Jean-Michel FAUVERGUE, Member of the French National Assembly representing Seine-et-Marne, former head of the  RAID (French elite police unit)
INTERPOL “Green-to-Blue” Cooperation & Foreign Terrorist Fighter Program (ENG)
  • Douglas URBANEK, Criminal Intelligence Analyst, Terrorist Networks Sub-Directorate, Counter-Terrorism Directorate,INTERPOL
• The Fight Against Online Jihadist Content (FR)
Elite cops with elite pilots: how the Joint Helicopter Group fights terror on French soil (FR)
  • Pierre-Alain GOUJARD, Squadron leader, GIH (military rotary wing unit)   

03:30 pm - 05:00 pm

Moderator: Guy DE FELCOURT, Data Management and Digital Identity Consultant, Etudes et Editions - Admissions Technologies

• Smart Identity - The New Normal (ENG)
  • Aude VOGEL, Senior Advisor Defence & SecurityPricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Philippe PIERRE, Lead PartnerPricewaterhouseCoopers (TBC)
• European Countries: from civil status to E-ID (FR)
  • Guy DE FELCOURT, Data Management and Digital Identity Consultant, Etudes et Editions - Admissions Technologies
  • André VIAUPrefect and Honorary President, International Forum on Technologies and Security
• Facilitating Border Control Through Digital Identity Technologies (FR)
  • Vincent BOUATOUDirector of Business Support & Innovation, Biometric TechnologiesIDEMIA


Friday 24 November

10:00 am - 12.00 pm

• How to reinforce the private & public security players cooperation and facilitate upstream/downstream information exchanges? (FR)


  • Olivier DURANCommunications Director, SNES (National Syndicate of Security Companies)


  • Philip ALLONCLE, Delegate for Security Cooperation, Ministry of Interior
  • Jean-Pierre TRIPET, President, SNES (National Syndicate of Security Companies)
  • Stéphane VOLANT, President, CDSE (French Club of Company Security Directors)
• Companies and Security (FR)


  • Claude TARLET, PresidentUSP (Union of Private Security Firms) and PresidentFFSP (French Federation of Private Security)
  • Thierry DELVILLE, Ministerial Delegate to the Security Industries and the Fight Against Cyber ThreatsDMISC - Ministry of Interior

Milipol Paris is organized under the patronage of the French Ministry of Interior.

French Ministry of Interior