Two days of conferences | Four days of trainings

About the place

Palais Brongniart

as in "spaniard"

The Palais Brongniart was built by the architect Brongniart at the instigation of Napoleon Bonaparte. By laying the foundation stone in 1808, the Emperor wanted to bring all stock exchange activities together in one place, a real innovation at the time in order to optimize the existing system.

Officially opened in 1826, the site will indeed be the lung of 19th-century financial activity, promoting the expansion of railways, steelmaking and major industrial adventures, until 1998, when the stock exchange closed at the Palais Brongniart.

Today, Palais Brongniart is one of the leading congress and event centers in Paris, with a philosophy of action based on economic, social and solidarity innovation.
Palais Brogniart, 16 Place de la Bourse, 75002 Paris

How to get there

A nice place for the party

Party will take place on the 4th of October, in the "Nef", on the ground floor of the palais. Come enjoy the open bar in a truly historical atmosphere!

French wines, Champagne, cocktails and fine food will make you spend a delightful evening between the two days of conferences. What better opportunity to socialize and meet the crème de la crème of offensive security commmunity?

A very convenient place to meet

A place made for public speaking

Instead of repurposing a large room for the conference, Hexacon chose a place expressly built for speaking to a large audience.

A district known for socializing

Socializing is probably as important as learning for our community, and Paris being the city of a thousand cafés, it makes it easy to strike informal conversations around beverages.

Paris, a top global destination city

Hexacon chose Paris as its setting since the city is easily accessible from anywhere in the world by having an international airport, world class public transports and a high number of available hotels.

Help me I'm lost

How to come to the conference

By subway | By bus | By taxi

From the airport

If you come from Paris Charles-de-Gaulle : RER B CDG-Paris

If you come from Paris Orly : Orlyval + RER B Antony-Paris

(Both trips cost around €10)

Every way to liaison between airports and Paris

Line 3 - Stop "Bourse"

Subway line between Pont de Levallois and Gallieni

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Line 8 or 9 - Stop "Grands Boulevards"

Subway line between Pont de Sèvres and Mairie de Montreuil

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Prepare your venue at Hexacon

Brace yourselves, it is going to be amazing

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