1. Prof. KOZIEJ Stanisław, retired Brigadier General, Professor at Lazarski University, Head of the National Security Bureau in 2010-2015, “The neo-Cold War nature of Russia’s confrontation with the West: the essence and content of the new Cold War issued to the West by Russia in the second decade of the 21st century”
2. Ph.D. CIENIUCH Marek, Retired General, adviser to the Minister of National Defense and Chief of the General Staff of the Polish Army in the years 2010–2013, Polish ambassador in Turkey in the years 2013–2016, “Counteracting threats to Poland’s security”
3. Brigadier General KUJAWA Radosław, Head of the Military Intelligence Service in the years 2008-2015, co-initiator of the Security Forum and expert of the Jagiellonian University, “Armed Forces of the Russian Federation as an instrument for achieving political goals”
4. Prof. KOPCZEWSKI Marian, General Tadeusz Kościuszko Military University of Land Forces in Worclaw, “Determinants of energy security of the Republic of Poland
5. Prof. MIERZWA Danuta, General Tadeusz Kościuszko Military University of Land Forces in Worclaw, “Aggressive policy of the Russian Federation and the coherence and effectiveness of NATO’s new strategic concepts”
6. Prof. PAWŁOWSKI Jacek, War Studies Academy in Warsaw, “Determinants of European security in the first half of the 21st century”
7. Prof. WRÓBLEWSKI Ryszard, Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, “The future war of Russia with the West according to Russian views”
8. (col.) Assoc. prof. BODZIANY Marek, Ph.D., General Tadeusz Kościuszko Military University of Land Forces in Worclaw, “The social pillar of the “national power” of the Russian Federation on the international stage”
9. Assoc. Prof. CIEŚLAK Eugeniusz, Ph.D., Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, “The Russian Federation as a military threat. A comparative analysis of the NATO eastern flank states’ strategic assessments”
10. Assoc. Prof. DOLIWA Urszula, Ph.D., University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, “Profiling social media users in the age of algorithms”
11. Assoc. Prof. GAWLICZEK Piotr, Ph.D., University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, keynote speaker, “NATO DEEP as a Vehicle for Reform and the Important Contributor to Stability in the EuroAtlantic Area and Beyond”
12. Assoc. Prof. GUCMA Maciej, Ph.D., Maritime University of Szczecin, “Designated Marksman as a part of Territorial Defense structure. Analysis of designation variants inside the light infantry structure”
13. Assoc. Prof. KRAJ Kazmierz, Ph.D., The Jacob of Paradies University, Gorzow Wielkopolski, “Foreign Intelligence Service and General Board of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces – partners or competitors”
14. Assoc. Prof. PANEK Bogdan, Ph.D., University of Social Sciences in Warsaw, “Russia – controlled destabilization of Donbass by revisionist measures
15. Assoc. Prof. ŚWIĄTNICKI Zbigniew, Ph.D., Polish Air Force University in Deblin, “Artificial intelligence in military system”
16. Ph.D. GORHAM Harry, University of Glasgow, Great Britain, “Russian – Hezbollah Cooperation in the Syrian Conflict”
17. Ph.D. KRYKUN Viktoriia, National Defence University of Ukraine, Kyiv, „Computer Adaptive Language Testing (CALT): Challenges and Perspectives”
18. Ph.D. ŁYSEK Wojciech, Institute of Political Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, “Belarus as an area of competition between powers. The United States and China towards the integration project of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus in 2019-2020”
19. MELCHER Greg, New Generation Warfare Centre, USA, “‘Hybrid warfaer’ and the resilience of NATO”
20. Ph.D., NYCZ Grzegorz, Pedagogical University of Cracow, “Soviet era threat posed by Russia: Polish perspective as a U.S. ally”
21. Ph.D. OLBER Paweł, Police Academy in Szczytno, “Cyberattack, cyberspace, cyberwar, cloud computing, DDoS attack”
22. Ph.D. OLBRYCHT Paweł, General Tadeusz Kościuszko Military University of Land Forces in Worclaw, “Migration routes within the European Union as a potential source of threat to internal security”
23. Ph.D. PAWŁUSZKO Tomasz, General Tadeusz Kościuszko Military University of Land Forces in Worclaw, “Security of Eastern Europe in the context of the reports of the Munich Security Conference (2015-2020)”
24. Ph.D.  PETERSEN Phillip A., New Generation Warfare Centre, USA, “‘Hybrid warfaer’ and the resilience of NATO”
25. Ph.D. RAUBO Jacek, Defence24, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, “Multi-aspect and long term effects of the ‘Skripal case'”
26. Ph.D. SEKUŁA Paweł, Jagiellonian University in Cracow, “Nuclear energy security in Eastern Europe in the context of Russian policy and rivalry of superpowers”
27. Ph.D. TYSHCHENKO Maksym, National Defence University of Ukraine, Kyiv, „Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) System Development of the Armed Forces of Ukraine”
28. Ph.D. WERNER Joanna, Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, “Protection of civil aviation against terrorist attacks with particular regard to the Russian Federation”