BUDAPEST FORUM, SEPTEMBER 6, 2021

Please join the Parliamentary-Intelligence Security-Forum in Budapest on September 6, 2021 as we come together for one day to discuss evolving technologies affecting our national security including: Cybersecurity, Quantum computing, 5G, AI, Blockchain/cryptocurrencies and transnational crimes including trade based money laundering, illicit finance, Foreign investments, human trafficking and more.  View Detail 

Parliamentary Intelligence-Security Forum

The Parliamentary Intelligence-Security Forum will help make the world a safer place for everyone through international intelligence and security collaboration between global allies.

Mission, Vision, and Value

The Parliamentary Intelligence-Security Forum is the leading international security forum providing expertise and collaboration among Parliamentarians and government officials to increase the United States’ allies understanding of the global threats of radical Islamic terrorism and adversarial nation states, while creating actionable solutions that counter these threats. Parliamentarians, who write the legislation and fund the government, are a critical player in this mission.

JOIN OUR MISSION

Security threats from adversarial nation states and multiple, determined terrorists organizations require our full attention and vigilance. Since 2014, the Parliamentary Intelligence-Security Forum has provided a unique platform for Parliamentarians throughout the globe to learn from the best experts from industry, governments and think tanks regarding new and evolving technologies while strengthening our effective security collaboration. Please join us in this global mission to help secure the freedoms of all freedom loving people.

List Of Upcoming Forums/Webinars

Budapest Forum September 6, 2021

About Parliamentary Intelligence-Security Forum

The Parliamentary Intelligence-Security Forum hosts regular fora for international Parliamentarians and government officials to learn from preeminent experts regarding counter-terrorism financing, cyber security, predatory foreign investments, intelligence sharing, 5G, AI, and other relevant topics. Forum discussions offer working knowledge for legislative initiatives as well as technology tools that enhance stronger collaboration with United States’ allies to successfully eradicate terrorist capabilities and capacities. To date, the Parliamentary Intelligence-Security Forum has hosted 17 in person global fora with over 1,700 Parliamentarians and government officials in attendance representing 96 countries. During 2020-2021 PI_SF has hosted 14 webinars with 9,800 Parliamentarians participating from over 100 countries.

VALUE PROPOSITION

Industry experts play a unique role as they offer their perspective and expertise as speakers at each fora throughout the world. They have opportunity to convey their distinct challenges at the fora to build relationships with these global leaders ,as we work together to deter and foil terrorists’ objectives while advancing American business interests.

Comments & Endorsements

“National Security at home depends on working relationships with governments around the world.”

Senator Richard BurrChairman, Senate Committee on Intelligence

“I am writing to support the continuation of the Parliamentary Intelligence-Security Forum.”

Hon. Julian Lewis, MPChairman of the Defense Committee, House of Commons, United Kingdom

“This multinational gathering serves as the leading international security forum covering a wide array of topics.”

Senator Lindsey O. GrahamChairman, Senate Judiciary Committee

“I would like to express my appreciation to the United States Congress, and in particular the Congressman Robert Pittenger, for his key contribution to fostering global peace and security through these important initiatives.”

Hon. Mariano FedericiPresident, Financial Intelligence Unit, Argentina

About Congressman Pittenger

Congressman Robert Pittenger represented the Charlotte, North Carolina area for three terms, with a focus on national security, foreign investment reform, tax reform, and religious freedom. He served as Chairman of the Congressional Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare, and as Vice Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Terrorism and Illicit Finance.