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Mexico Security Summit 2015
MEXSEC
15
Mexican Security:
CONSOLIDATING A MORE
SECURE NATION STATE
NOVEMBER 3-5, 2015
MEXICO CITY
CONFERENCE PRESIDENTS AND SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
Vicealmirante
CG. DEM. Juan
Espinosa Orozco,
Director de
Inteligencia,
SEMAR
Mayor General
Manuel Augusto
López Ambrosio,
Ministro de Defensa
Nacional, Presidente
del Consejo Superior
CFAC, Guatemala
Almirante Mariano
Francisco Saynez
Mendoza,
Former Secretary
of the Navy,
SEMAR
Major General David
Victoriano Munguia
Payes,
Ministro de Defensa
Nacional,
República de El
Salvador
Enrique Francisco
Galindo Ceballos,
Comisionado General
de Policía Federal,
CNS
JOIN SENIOR DIPLOMATIC, DEFENSE, SECURITY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT PROFESSIONALS
FROM MEXICO TO NETWORK WITH REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COUNTERPARTS
conferencia busca apoyar las políticas
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y estrategias alineadas en los “Planes
de Defensa establecidas” desarrollados
por las agencias gubernamentales
en México. De igual forma, busca
consolidarse como una plataforma que
permita el buen y eficiente intercambio
de información entre las organizaciones
de seguridad, la integración y
cooperación entre las agencias
mexicanas, mientras promueve la
cooperación regional para luchar contra
el crimen organizado transnacional.
Focal Pre-conferencia
n Día
Noviembre 3 2015
Luchando contra el crimen organizado
transnacional desde una perspectiva
multidimensional
Información completa en la página 3
www.mexsec.com
Attendees WILL:
nReceive updates from senior security officials on initiatives including
the “Planes Sectoriales de Defensa” from SEDENA and SEMAR, and
other future organizational developments, that will help you to develop
a deep understanding of immediate and future Mexican security
requirements
nTake an active part in the examination of the multidimensional
approach and the effective consolidation of national security
apparatuses designed to address national security vulnerabilities
nShare knowledge, policies and strategies to provide strategic and
tactical awareness for the purpose of combating transnational
organized crime in order to position themselves as effective partners
for the future
nShape the debate on how to promote public security within a national,
regional and hemispheric security framework
nBenefit from ministerial-level briefings and the candid views of senior
officials in order to develop organizational roadmaps for engagement
with Mexico and Central America
nContribute technological solutions in the area of Homeland security,
border control, cybersecurity, secure cities, integrated intelligence
architectures and critical national infrastructure protection
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PRESIDENTS OF THE CONFERENCE
Almirante Mariano Francisco Saynez
Mendoza, Former Secretary of the Navy,
SEMAR
General Enrique Cervantes Aguirre,
Former Secretary, SEDENA
(Pending for Final Confirmation)
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
Mexico is approaching a critical decision point. President
Enrique Pena Nieto has enacted sweeping economic and
energy reforms to modernize Mexico’s economy. However,
disturbing security problems underscore a pragmatic reality:
real prosperity in Mexico can only come with real security.
What can and will the government do to address these
challenges, while restoring confidence and increasing the
credibility of its security policy?
At the Mexico Security Conference (MEXSEC), 3-5 November,
we will discuss and perhaps shape these pivotal decisions
with senior Mexican government and military officials,
policy analysts and private sector business professionals.
International leaders will also offer perspectives on local and
regional solutions regarding:
SPEAKERS AND PARTICIPANTS
CONFIRMED:
Mayor General Manuel Augusto López
Ambrosio, Ministro de Defensa Nacional,
Presidente del Consejo Superior CFAC,
Guatemala
Major General David Victoriano Munguia Payes,
Ministro de Defensa Nacional,
República de El Salvador
Enrique Francisco Galindo Ceballos,
Comisionado General de Policía Federal, CNS
H.E. Ambassador Adam Blackwell, Secretary
of Multidimensional Security, OAS
C. General de Brigada Juan Manuel Rico Gámez,
Subjefe de Inteligencia Militar, SEDENA
General Rodolfo Palomino López, Director
General, Policía de Colombia
Mayor General Jorge Enrique Rodriguez Peralta,
Director de Investigación Criminal e Interpol,
Policía de Colombia
•Intelligence-lead law enforcement
C. Vicealmirante CG. DEM. Juan Espinosa
Orozco, Director del Área de Inteligencia, SEMAR
•Safe Cities
Almirante C.G. DEM. Juan Guillermo Fierro
Rocha, Comandante de la Quinta Región Naval,
SEMAR (Pending Ministerial approval)
•Centers of Monitoring and Surveillance
Mr. R. Gil Kerlikowske, Commissioner U.S.
Customs and Border Protection, USA
•Cybersecurity & Mexico’s Digital Security Strategy
Sr. Rubén Moreira Valdez,
Gobernador, Estado de Coahuila de Zaragoza
•Transnational Organized Crime
Salvador Jara Guerrero,
Gobernador, Estado de Michoacán
MEXSEC provides the ideal forum and opportunity for you to
meet and engage with influential Mexican and international
governmental and military leaders. Please join us in Mexico
City for what promises to be an exceptional and truly
stimulating experience.
Doctor Raúl Benítez Manaut,
Profesor e Investigador, Centro de Estudios sobre
Norte América, UNAM
Looking forward to seeing you in Mexico!
Antonio L. Mazzitelli,
Director oficina México, UNODC
Arturo García Hernandez,
Gerente de Seguridad de Tecnologías de la
Información, Banco de México
Gonzalo Espinosa,
Presidente, ALAPSI
Lic. Samuel Cacho de Teja,
Presidente Capítulo México, ASIS International
Johan Obdola, Founder and President,
International Organization for Security and
Intelligence
Moira Paz Estenssoro, Director CAF México,
Banco de Desarrollo de América Latina
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[email protected]
PRE-CONFERENCE FOCUS DAY:
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 3, 2015
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COUNTERING TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME FROM A
MULTIDIMENSIONAL PERSPECTIVE
LUCHANDO CONTRA EL CRIMEN ORGANIZADO TRANSNACIONAL DESDE UNA
PERSPECTIVA MULTIDIMENSIONAL
8:00 REGISTRATION & COFFEE
8:45 PRESIDENT’S OPENING REMARKS
MEXSEC 15 will start a timely discussion on the current situation of national security in Mexico, bringing together the
most relevant governmental representatives and international experts to share their experiences and views on the
challenges faced by it. Furthermore, MEXSEC 15 will provide the exclusive opportunity to attendees to discuss an innovative
multidimensional approach to strengthen Homeland Security in the country, from different perspectives.
The objective of the focus day is to explore a combined multidimensional attitude to combat local and transnational
organized crime, in order to improve the overall security conditions in the region. This needs to be supported by
multiregional and multiorganizational approaches which allow individual organizations to work together to build a more
secure region.
The focus day will address the following issues:
•Combating transnational criminal organizations that have strong networks supporting their actions, in several countries
• The global threat of transnational organized crime and the effectiveness of existing approaches locally
• How important it is to establish a distinction between Homeland Security and public order
• Increasing cooperation between regions and relevant international organizations
• How to tackle the criminal gangs’ web of informants that access classified information, inside the organizations who fight against them
It is clear that the adoption of a multidimensional and transnational position is essential. Therefore, experts from the
Mexican Government, OAS, SEDENA, SEMAR, UNODC will meet to discuss challenges and strategies for achieving a more
secure Mexico.
MEXSEC 15 abre la puerta a una discusión puntual sobre la actual situación de seguridad nacional en México, reuniendo
a los más importantes representantes gubernamentales y expertos internacionales a compartir sus experiencias y
posiciones sobre los desafíos que éste enfrenta. Ciertamente, MEXSEC 15 les dará la oportunidad a todos los asistentes de
discutir un innovador acercamiento multidimensional, para fortalecer los esfuerzos en torno a la Seguridad del Territorio
Nacional.
El objetivo de este día focal es explorar una actitud multidimensional combinada para combatir el crimen organizado
local y transnacional, con la finalidad de mejorar las condiciones en la región. Claramente, este necesita de un accionar
multiregional y multiorganizacional para articular el trabajo, de todos los involucrados, en pro de una región más segura.
En éste día focal se discutirán problemáticas tales como:
•Combatir las redes de apoyo transnacional con que cuenta el crimen organizado en varios países
•Explorar las amenazas globales del crimen transnacional y la efectividad de las acciones locales existentes
•Qué tan importante es establecer una diferencia entre Defensa del Territorio Nacional y Orden Público
•Aumentar la cooperación entre naciones y las organizaciones internacionales más relevantes
•Como luchar contra la red de informantes, al interior de las organización de defensa, que tienen acceso a información confidencial
Es claro que una posición multidimensional y transnacional es clave. Por ello, expertos del Gobierno Mexicano, OEA,
SEDENA, SEMAR, UNODC se encontrarán a discutir los desafíos y estrategias para lograr un México más seguro.
SPEAKERS
Mr. R. Gil Kerlikowske, Commissioner U.S. Customs and Border Protection, USA
H.E. Ambassador Adam Blackwell, Secretary of Multidimensional Security, OAS
Antonio L. Mazzitelli, Director de la oficina UN para México, UNODC
Johan Obdola, Founder and President, International Organization for Security and Intelligence
Gral. Salvador Cienfuegos Zepeda, Secretario General, SEDENA (Invited)
Almirante C.G. DEM. Conrado Aparicio Blanco, Subsecretario de Marina, SEMAR (Invited)
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MAIN CONFERENCE DAY ONE:
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4, 2015
8:00 REGISTRATION & COFFEE
8:45 PRESIDENTS’ OPENING REMARKS
SESSION 1: HOMELAND SECURITY DAY
9:15
OMELAND SECURITY: STRATEGIES DEVELOPED BY THE
H
MEXICAN GOVERNMENT TO STRENGTHEN ITS DEFENSE
INSTITUTIONS
•Aligning the government and its institutions to the homeland security plan released in 2013
•Who the real enemies are, where they are located and how Mexico can dismantle the networks that strengthen them
•Which strategies have worked and what else needs to be implemented to improve national security
•The mechanisms set in place for the systematic exchange of information that will enable coordination between the institutions involved
DEFENSA DEL TERROTORIO NACIONAL: LAS ESTRATEGIAS
DESARROLLADAS POR EL GOBIERNO MEXICANO
FORTALECER SUS INSTITUCIONES DE SEGURIDAD
•Alineación del gobierno y sus instituciones al “Plan Sectorial
de Defensa” del territorio nacional implementado en 2013
•Quiéne son los enemigos, donde están ubicados y cómo acabar con las redes que los fortalecen en México
•Cuáles estrategias han funcionado y que necesita ser implementado para mejorar la seguridad nacional
•Los mecanismos en marcha para sistematizar el intercambio de información que permitirán articular todos los frentes de acción
INVITED SPEAKER
Mr. Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong, Secretario de la
Gobernación de México (Invited)
9:45
THE NATIONAL SECURITY SYSTEM: STRATEGIES
DEVELOPED BY THE GUATEMALAN GOVERNMENT TO
STRENGTHEN ITS DEFENSE INSTITUTIONS
•Aligning the government and it’s institutions to the National Security System
•Who the real enemies are, where they are located and how Guatemala is affected by international crime networks in its frontiers
•The mechanisms set in place for the systematic exchange of information that will enable coordination between the institutions and international countries involved
L SISTEMA NACIONAL DE SEGURIDAD: LAS ESTRATEGIAS
E
DESARROLLADAS POR EL GOBIERNO GUATEMALTECO
PARA FORTALECER SUS INSTITUCIONES DE SEGURIDAD
•Alineación del gobierno y sus instituciones al Sistema Nacional de Seguridad
•Quienes son los enemigos, donde están ubicados y cómo Guatemala se ha visto afectada por los redes criminales internacionales en sus fronteras
•Cuales son los mecanismos en marcha para sistematizar el intercambio de información que permita articular todos las instituciones y países internacionales envueltos
Mayor Gral. Manuel Augusto López Ambrosio, Ministro de Defensa Nacional, Presidente del Consejo Superior CFAC, Guatemala
10:15 MORNING COFFEE AND NETWORKING
10:45 T
HE SALVADORIAN GOVERNMENT’S PLAN TO FIGHT
CRIME AND THE JOINT EFFORTS TO OVERCOME ITS
CURRENT SECURITY SITUATION
•The government’s strategies to develop the National Security Programme
•How to improve the channels of international cooperation between neighboring countries and other organizations to support the Salvadorian security programme
•How to combine efforts to combat transnational crime networks with presence in El Salvador. What it is needed? Who should be involved? Is there sufficient international support?
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El PLAN DEL GOBIERNO SALVADOREÑO EN SU LUCHA
CONTRA EL CRIME Y LOS ESFUERZOS CONJUNTOS PARA SUPERAR SU SITUACIÓN ACTUAL
•Estrategias gubernamentales para desarrollar el Programa de Seguridad Nacional
•Cómo se podrían mejorar los canales de cooperación internacional, entre países limítrofes y otras organizaciones, para apoyar la política de seguridad nacional de El Salvador
•Cómo aunar esfuerzos para combatir las redes de crimen transnacional con presencia en El Salvador. Qué se necesita? Quiénes deberían estar involucrados? Es suficiente el apoyo internacional?
Major General David Victoriano Munguia Payes, Ministro de
Defensa Nacional, República de El Salvador
11:15
HOW TO DELIVER INTEGRATED AND MULTIDIMENSIONAL
STRATEGIES AGAINST ORGANIZED CRIME, DRUG
TRAFFICKING, ILLEGAL MIGRATION AND CONTRABAND
•What are the most important challenges when defending Mexican territory from OAS perspective?
•Key areas where OAS can help to strengthen the protection of Mexican territory (and shared borders) from a multidimensional perspective
•What needs to be done to legitimize the armed forces’ actions and how to gain the trust of the civilian population
COMO EJECUTAR UNA ESTRATEGIA INTEGRAL Y
MULTIDIMENSIONAL EN CONTRA DEL CRIMEN
ORGANIZADO, NARCOTRÁFICO, MIGRACIÓN ILEGAL Y
CONTRABANDO
•Cuáles son los principales desafíos de la defensa del territorio mexicano desde la perspectiva de la OEA?
•Áreas especificas en las cuales la OEA puede potenciar la defensa del territorio mexicano (y sus fronteras) desde una perspectiva multidimensional
•Que es necesario hacer para legitimar el accionar de las fuerzas armadas en el territorio y ganar la confianza de la población civil
H.E. Ambassador Adam Blackwell, Secretary of
Multidimensional Security, OAS
11:45 PANEL DISCUSSION: RETHINKING THE APPROACH TO CRIME AND NARCOTRAFFIC
•How can we approach the problem of security and legitimization of security policy?
•How can we organize a more effective fight against drug trafficking from a non-military perspective?
•What should the involvement of civil society and
nongovernmental organizations in be the fight against violence, drug trafficking, kidnapping and organized crime in general?
•Is public order and national security the exclusive responsibility of the armed forces and the government?
PANEL DE DISCUSIÓN: UNA APROXIMACIÓN COMPRENSIVA AL CRIMEN Y NARCOTRÁFICO
•Cómo aproximarse al problema de seguridad y legitimización de una política de seguridad?
•Como efectuar una lucha más efectiva contra el narcotráfico desde una perspectiva no bélica?
•Cuál debería ser el nivel de involucramiento de la sociedad civil y organizaciones no gubernamentales en la lucha contra la violencia, narcotráfico, secuestro y crimen organizado
•Son el orden público y la seguridad nacional una responsabilidad exclusiva de las fuerzas armadas y el gobierno?
PANELLISTS
Juan Ibarrola, journalist, Diario Milenio
Doctor Daniel Mejia, Expert in Narcotraffic Studies, Universidad de los Andes
Doctor Raúl Benitez Manaut, Professor at the Center for Research on North America (CISAN), UNAM
Christian Steger Schmidt, Director de Atención y Seguridad Universitaria, BUAP
Moira Paz Estenssoro, Director CAF Mexico,
Banco de Desarrollo de América Latina
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MAIN CONFERENCE DAY ONE:
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4, 2015
12:45 NETWORKING LUNCH
13:45 T
HE SUCCESSFUL EXECUTION OF AN INTERINSTITUTIONAL
POLICY: ACHIEVEMENTS OF NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY
TO DATE
•What are the best practices to coordinate different moving parts efficiently to reduce organized crime
•How the upgrade of key assets has been delivered
concordantly with the “Plan Sectorial de Defensa Nacional de SEMAR”
•Transparency and anti-corruption policies in Mexico: What is being done to dismantle the support provided by smaller political groups towards organized crime?
LA POLÍTICA INTERINSTITUCIONAL EJECUTADAS
EXITOSAMENTE: LOGROS DE LA POLÍTICA DE SEGURIDAD
NACIONAL A LA FECHA
•Cuáles son las prácticas efectivas para articular los diferentes
frentes de ataque para disminuir el crimen organizado
•Como se ha alcanzado la renovación de equipamiento de acuerdo al “Plan Sectorial de Defensa de SEMAR”
•Transparencia y políticas anticorrupción en México. Qué se ha hecho para desmantelar el apoyo de pequeños sectores políticos a la delincuencia?
Vicealmirante CG. DEM. Juan Espinosa Orozco, Director del
Área de Inteligencia, SEMAR
14:15
MARITIME INTERDICTION AND JOINTLY LED OPERATIONS
TO DISASSEMBLE CONTRABAND NETWORKS IN THE
MEXICAN MARITIME TERRITORY
•Overview of the force structure and capabilities to disrupt criminal networks by the Mexican Navy
•Modernization and future plans of the Naval Force: Resources developed and acquired as part of the national security plan
•Regional review of international cooperation from a naval operations perspective
I NTERDICCIÓN MARÍTIMA Y OPERACIONES CONJUNTAS
PARA DESARTICULAR REDES DE CONTRABANDO EN EL
TERRITORIO MARÍTIMO DE MÉXICO
•Resumen de la estructura organizacional y capacidades
para para interrumpir redes criminales por parte de la Marina Mexicana.
•La modernización en marcha y planes futuros de la Marina: recursos desarrollados y adquiridos como parte del plan de defensa nacional
•Una revisión de las acciones de cooperación internacional desde una perspectiva naval
Almirante C.G. DEM. Juan Guillermo Fierro Rocha, Comandante de la Quinta Región Naval, SEMAR (Pending Ministerial approval)
14:45 AFTERNOON TEA AND NETWORKING
“
MEXSEC 14 fue muy
productiva. Sin
embargo, es necesario
continuar la discusión si
se espera consolidar la
seguridad en
nuestro país
15:15 C
ASE STUDY: SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCES OF LATIN
AMERICAN POLICE FORCES COOPERATION
•Overview of Ameripol history and its role in Latin America
•Initiatives for collecting and analyzing information about the history, composition, means, objectives and modus operandi
of the Colombian cartels
•What was, and still is, Ameripol’s role on tackling the Colombian narcotraffic transnational networks
ASO DE ESTUDIO: EXPERIENCIAS EXITOSAS DE
C
COOPERACIÓN DE LAS POLICÍAS LATINOAMERICANAS
•Mirada general de Ameripol y su rol en América Latina
•Iniciativas dirigidas a reunir y analizar información acerca de la historia, composición, medios, objetivos y modus operandi
de los carteles colombianos.
•Cuáles fue, y todavía sigue siendo, el papel de Ameripol para desmantelar las redes transnacionales de narcotráfico Colombianas
General Fausto Alejandro Tamayo, Comandante General
de la Policía Nacional del Ecuador y Secretario Ejecutivo,
Ameripol (Invited)
15:45
PANEL DISCUSSION: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
NATIONAL SECURITY AND PUBLIC ORDER?
•Regional cooperation: Who is involved and what is the role of civil society?
•Is there a real political will to end violence in the Mexican territory?
•What perception has civil society got about the violence in Mexico and of the various institutions involved?
•How is the violence perceived from abroad?
ANEL DE DISCUCIÓN: CUAL ES LA DIFERNCIA ENTRE
P
SEGURIDAD NACIONAL Y ORDEN PUBLICO?
•Cooperación regional: Quién está involucrado y cuál es el papel de la sociedad civil?
•Existe una real voluntad política para acabar la violencia en el territorio mexicano?
•Cual es la percepción de la sociedad civil en torno a la violencia y el accionar de las instituciones mexicanas?
•Cómo es vista la problemática de seguridad mexicana desde el exterior?
INVITED PANELLISTS
Mayor Brigadier Mauricio Ribeiro Gonçalves, Director
General of the Secretariat. Inter American Defence Board
David M. Luna, Director, Anticrime Programs (Transnational
Threats and Illicit Networks), Bureau of International Narcotics
and Law Enforcement Affairs, US Department of State
Roberta S. Jacobson, U.S. Ambassador to Mexico,
U.S Government
Duncan John Rushworth Taylor, Embajador del Reino Unido en México, U.K Government
16:45 PRESIDENTS’ CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF DAY ONE
The excellent organisation of
the event allowed us to really
appreciate the networking
opportunities. It was a great
event. Congratulations!
MEXSEC 14 fue un lugar más
adecuado para que los
expositores tuvieran mayor
comunicación e
imagen ante el público
José Manuel Pérez-Pujazón, Deputy
Executive Vice President, Defence, Indra
Carlos Martinez Acuña, Director,
Grupo Sniper
Almirante Saynez Mendoza
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MAIN CONFERENCE DAY TWO:
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5, 2015
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SESSION 3: CYBERSECURITY
8:00 REGISTRATION & COFFEE
8:45 PRESIDENTS’ OPENING REMARKS
SESSION 2: SAFE CITIES
9:15 HOW COAHULIA HAS BECOME A SAFE STATE
•Historical overview of the security situation of Coahulia State: What has been achieved up to now?
•Different action plans and strategies to tackle problems such as kidnapping and illegal trafficking of substances, weapons and people
•Operating systems and joint integrators to continuous surveillance: What are the new resources available to the Government of Coahuila?
COMO COAHUILA SE HA CONVERTIDO EN UN ESTADO MÁS SEGURO
•Reseña histórica de la situación de seguridad en el Estado de Coahuila: Qué, se ha logrado hasta la fecha?
•Diferentes estrategias y planes de acción para contrarrestar los problemas como el secuestro, el tráfico ilegal de sustancias, armamento y personas
•Sistemas operativos e integradores para una continua vigilancia: Cuáles son los nuevos recursos disponibles del Gobierno de Coahuila
Sr. Rubén Moreira Valdez, Gobernador, Estado de Coahuila de Zaragoza
9:45
HOW TO COORDINATE AN EFFECTIVE STRATEGY AGAINST
CRIME, DELIVERED BY VARIOUS POLICE FORCES - STATE,
FEDERAL AND MUNICIPAL POLICE FRONTS
•Communication centers and joint intelligence are the central government tactic to create an intelligence hub to coordinate police and military actions
•Why civil legitimacy and cooperation is necessary to effectively combat criminal groups
•What has been done to improve social recognition amongst civilians?
CÓMO ARTICULAR UNA ESTRATEGIA EFECTIVA CONTRA
LA DELINCUENCIA, DESDE DIFERENTES FRENTES
POLICIALES - ESTATALES, FEDERALES Y MUNICIPALES
•Centros de comunicación e inteligencia conjunta son
la táctica central del Gobierno para crear un centro de inteligencia que permita coordinar diferentes fuerzas policiales y militares
•Legitimidad y cooperación civil son necesarias para combatir efectivamente los grupos delincuenciales
•Qué se ha hecho para mejor el reconocimiento social en la población civil?
Enrique Francisco Galindo Ceballos, Comisionado General
de Policía Federal (PF), SEGOB
10:15 MORNING COFFEE AND NETWORKING
10:45 CASE OF STUDY: “PLAN MICHOACÁN” IMPLEMENTATION
•What has been done to recover security, establish conditions
of social order, and spur economic development
• Different action plans and strategies to tackle problems such as the “Knight Templar Organization” and other paramilitary groups in the State
• What was, and still is, the local government strategy to dismantle illegal contraband transnational networks
CASO DE ESTUDIO: IMPLEMENTACIÓN DEL “PLAN MICHOACÁN”
•Que ha sido hecho para recuperar la seguridad, establecer condiciones de orden social e impulsar el desarrollo económico
• Los diferentes planes de acción y estrategias para
confrontar los problemas derivados de los grupos paramilitares y “Los Templarios”
• Cuáles fue, y todavía sigue siendo, el papel del gobierno
local para desmantelar las redes de contrabando transnacional.
Salvador Jara Guerrero, Gobernador, Estado de Michoacán, México
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ARCIP: HOW TO PROTECT VITAL GOVERNMENT AND STATE
INFORMATION
•Could it the systematization of controlling the critical infrastructure be under threat?
•Cybersecurity community – formed by the public and private sectors- is it a shared responsibility?
•What are the latest developments in cyber surveillance and security systems integration?
ARCIP: COMO PROTEGER LA INFORMACIÓN VITAL GUBERNAMENTAL Y ESTATAL
•¿Podría estar la sistematización del control de infraestructura
crítica bajo amenaza?
•La comunidad cibernética, conformada por los sectores públicos y privados, es una responsabilidad compartida
•Cuáles son las últimas generaciones en de sistemas de seguridad y vigilancia cibernética integrados
General Rodolfo Palomino López, Director General,
Policía de Colombia
11:45
WHY MEXICO IS MOVING FASTER TOWARDS A DIGITAL
SECURITY STRATEGY
•Where are the obstacles for Mexico to develop its potential within the digital economy?
•Why will the next real targets be small businesses or government organizations, which have small incomes in comparison with large corporations?
•How can targets be protected from cyber criminals who use social networks to obtain vital information about them - accessing critical data?
POR QUÉ MÉXICO ESTÁ EN EL CAMINO DE DESARROLLAR UNA ESTRATEGIA DE SEGURIDAD DIGITAL
•En dónde están los obstáculos para que México desarrolle su potencial en la economía digital
•Porqué los próximos blancos reales serán las pequeñas
empresas, u organizaciones gubernamentales, con
pequeños ingresos en comparación de grandes corporaciones
•Como protegerse de civerdelincuentes que utilizan las redes sociales para obtener información vital sobre sus blancos, a través de acceso a datos críticos
Gonzalo Espinosa, Presidente, ALAPSI
12:15
PANEL DISCUSSION: HOW TO COMBINE PRIVATE
CYBERSECURITY INITIATIVES TO ENHANCE PUBLIC
SECURITY
•Where does the power of a coordinated approach to cybersecurity lie?
•What should the role of law enforcement be in supporting private initiatives?
•Is the critical infrastructure controlled by private entities under threat?
•How important is it to coordinate actions to protect vital infrastructure and public security from all fronts?
PANEL DE DISCUSIÓN: COMO COMBINAR LA INICIATIVAS
DE CIBERSEGURIDAD PRIVADA PARA MEJORAR A LA
SEGURIDAD PÚBLICA
•En dónde yace el poder de una aproximación coordinada para el fomento de la ciberseguridad?
•Cuál debería ser el rol de las fuerzas del orden para apoyar las iniciativas privadas
•Está la infraestructura controlada por entidades privadas bajo amenaza?
•Qué tan importante es coordinar acciones entre las fuerzas del orden público y a las iniciativas privadas para proteger la infraestructura crítica?
PANELISTS
Arturo García Hernandez, Gerente de Seguridad de
Tecnologías de la Información, Banco de México, México
Gonzalo Espinosa, Asociación Latinoamericana de
Profesionales en Seguridad Informática, ALAPSI, México
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[email protected]
MAIN CONFERENCE DAY TWO:
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5, 2015
13:15
NETWORKING LUNCH
SESSION 4: CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
14:15
“ SECRETARÍA DE COMUNICACIÓN DE TRANSPORTE”
INFRASTRUCTURE FOR MONITORING TERRITORY AND
CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
•How all C4 centers have been integrated in Mexico to exchange real-time data and coordinate activities
•How the experience has been using Qualcomm and Omnitracs technological platforms
•What SCT is doing to analyze and manage large amounts of data collected to combat threats
STRATEGIA DEL SCT PARA EL MONITOREO Y VIGILANCIA
E
DEL TERRITORIO E INFRAESTRUCTURA CRÍTICA
•Cómo han sido integrados todos los centros C4 en México para intercambiar datos en tiempo real y coordinar actividades
•Cuáles han sido los resultados del uso de las plataformas tecnológicas de Qualcomm y Omnitracs
•Qué está haciendo SCT para analizar grandes cantidades de datos para combatir amenazas
Delfino Cruz, Coordinador General, Secretaría de
Comunicación y Transporte
14:45
WHAT HAS THE IMPACT OF THE “SPECIALISED
INFORMATION SECURITY COMMITTEE” (CESI) BEEN ON
THE IMPROVEMENT OF OVERALL SECURITY IN MEXICO?
•How the enhanced governmental co-ordination of political and operational levels have worked in Mexico through the National Strategy For Information Security (ENSI)
•What are the results of the CERT-MX (May 2010)? National Critical Information Infrastructure, Federal Government Agencies and National CSIRTs
•Where are the strengths of a reinforced public-private
co-operation?
•What is the current cybersecurity legislation situation?
UÉ IMPACTO HA TENIDO DEL COMITÉ ESPECIALIZADO
Q
DE SEGURIDAD INFORMÁTICA (CESI) PARA MEJORAR LA
CITUACIÓN DE SEGURIDAD EN MÉXICO
•Cómo la mejorada coordinación de las instancias políticas y
operativas ha funcionado en México, a través de la Estrategia Nacional de Seguridad Informática
•Cuales han sido los resultados del CERT-MX (Mayo 2010)? Infraestructura de Información Crítica Nacional, Agencias Federales Gubernamentales y la CSIRT Nacional
•Dónde están las fortalezas de una cooperación público- privada reforzada
•Cuál es la situación actual de la legislación en ciberseguridad
Eugenio Ímaz Gispert, Director General CISEN, SEGOB
(Invited)
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15:45
PANEL DISCUSSION: SECURING PETROLEUM, NATURAL
RESOURCE INFRASTRUCTURE AND INVESTMENT
•Pipeline thefts have become a national security problem with illegal taps installed by organized crime up by 70% during 2014, costing an estimated 17.4 billion pesos –US$1.17 billion. What is the nature of the threat to petroleum and natural resource infrastructure?
•What is the risk of cartels reeling from recent high-profile
elimination of their leadership evolving from theft to economic terrorism?
•Organized gangs, linked to drug cartels have also been active in the illegal contraband of products extracted by illegal mining, like a shipment carrying 76,000 tons bound for China impounded in April 2014. What is the scale of mining and petroleum theft and what measures are in place right now to curb it?
PANEL DE DISCUSIÓN: ASEGURANDO LA
INFRAESTRUCTURA Y LA INVERSIONPARA LOS RECURSOS
NATURALES Y PETROLEOS
•Los robos a oleoductos se han convertido en un problema de seguridad nacional, con un aumento del 70% de grifos
ilegales a manos de la delincuencia organizada durante 2014, representando un estimado de 17.4 mil millones de pesos –US$ 1.17 mil millones. Cuál es la naturaleza de la amenaza a la infraestructura del petróleo y los recursos naturales?
•Cuál es el riesgo de la recuperación de los cárteles, luego de
la eliminación de mucho de sus líderes, evolucionando hacia un hurto económico?
•Bandas criminales, vinculadas a cárteles de la droga, también han incursionado en el contrabando de productos derivados de la actividad minera ilegal, con el cargamento incautado en Abril de 2014 con 76.000 toneladas de hierro con destino a China. Cuál es la escala del robo minero y petrolero y qué medidas se han adoptado para frenarlo?
INVITED PANELISTS
Daniel Del León Ángeles, Gerencia de Servicios Generales, Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX)
Arturo Aceves, Vice Presidente de Seguridad, BP México
Samuel Cacho de la Teja, President, ASIS International, México (Confirmed)
Jorge Luis Cruz Ballado, Director, Puerto Lázaro Cárdenas, México
José Oriol Bosch Par, Director, Bolsa Mexicana de Valores, México
16:45 PRESIDENTS’ CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF THE CONFERENCE
15:15 AFTERNOON TEA AND NETWORKING
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Gracias a MEXSEC, México
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solve from one or another
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Gisela Gonzales Flores, Senior UK Trade &
Adolfo Machorro,
Investment Officer, British Embassy México
Director de Protección Civil, BAUP
is needed to tackle current
transnational threats.
“
Ambassador Adam Blackwell
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