Invitations

The Warsaw Security Forum 2022 is an invitation-only event. The invitations are personal and non-transferable. Only one person – the addressee – may take part in the event. The registration of all participants has closed on 9th of September, 2022.

Due to security reasons, on-the-spot registration will not be possible. Only registered participants will be able to enter the conference space.

Accomodation

Please note that Organizers do not cover accommodation costs for Participants.

Food and Beverages

A gratuity-based, open bar reception with continual service will be made available to all in-person participants, offering both non-alcoholic beverages (tea, coffee, water, juice) and finger foods (sandwiches, sweet and savory pastries). Only designated in-person participants will be served seated lunch.

Registration Desk

The registration desk opens at 7:30 AM on October 4, 2022. All in-person participants are encouraged to collect their badges at their earliest convenience to avoid excessive queuing. The registration desk will be open on both days of the event until 5:00 PM. In adherence to WSF’s security measures, all in-person participants must wear their badges at all times during the Warsaw Security Forum 2022. The badges are non-transferable. Should the badges be lost, the participant must be notified WSF immediately at the Registration Desk.

Warsaw Security Forum mobile application

The WSF 2022 mobile application will allow you to view the detailed agenda, as well as the list of confirmed speakers and participants, create a personalized agenda, share your feedback, join the discussion through the Q&A section and polls.

Click the button below and download the Warsaw Security Forum app from Google store and App store. Please note that the login to the app is your email address and the password is equivalent to the one you have selected in the registration form to WSF2022. The app also offers a “Remind my password” option.

Organizers

The Warsaw Security Forum is organized by Casimir Pulaski Foundation and the Warsaw Office of the German Marshall Fund of the United States. All inquiries regarding WSF can be directed to WSF@pulaski.pl.

Health & Safety

The health and safety of our in-person participants is of the highest priority at the Warsaw Security Forum (WSF). As the pandemic reemergence cannot be excluded in Europe and elsewhere, we need to take this risk into consideration. In this regard, all participants of the 2022 Warsaw Security Forum shall be vaccinated against Covid-19 with one of the vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency or the World Health Organization.
Furthermore, please be advised that at this point, major restrictions on travel to the Republic of Poland have been lifted. However, we strongly suggest monitoring the evolution of the rules, depending on the future of the pandemic. Official information of the Polish government is available at https://www.gov.pl/web/coronavirus/outside-the-european-union-schengen-area.

Although Covid-19 restrictions are lifted, the Warsaw Security team has put the following procedures in place:
1. Masks will always be available for participants
2. Spacious seating is offered in different conference rooms
3. High-touch areas are regularly cleaned

If you have any symptoms related to Covid-19, please isolate yourself in your hotel room or at your home immediately and take a Covid-19 test. If the test result is positive, please inform the Warsaw Security Forum team so that we can inform the other participants. Should you need medical help, the hotel and the WSF team can connect you to a local health care provider. Please note that WSF will not be able to cover travel-related costs that arise due to a Covid-19 infection.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation in making the Warsaw Security Forum a safe and responsible event. We are looking forward to hosting you in Warsaw.

This document is updated on a regular basis