The Warsaw Security Forum 2016 proudly announces its media partners, Bezpieczeństwo i Obronność, Dziennk Zbrojny, New Eastern Europe, Nowoczesna Armia (Modern Army) and Polska Zbrojna (Armed Poland), Przegląd Bałtycki and Research and Analysis Military Group. the website of review„ Bezpieczeństwo i Obronność”, entirely devoted to the issues of the widely understood geopolitical security, military, economic, financial, ICT, social and personal. There are published interviews with policy makers and the leaders of state and civil sectors related to the described subjects.

New Eastern Europe is the exclusive bimonthly news magazine dedicated to Central and Eastern European affairs. The mission of New Eastern Europe is to shape the debate, enhance understanding, and further the dialogue surrounding issues facing the states that were once a part of the Soviet Union or under its influence.

Nowoczesna Armia (Modern Army) is a publication distributed with Rzeczpospolita, it is therefore the most widely circulated Polish newspaper about security and defence matters. The publication focuses on security issues, the technical needs of contemporary armies, the defence industry and other issues associated with defence policy.

Polska Zbrojna (Armed Poland) is a monthly magazine concerning topics of interest to soldiers and the military. These topics include international security, national strategy, and strategies of war, both modern and historic. Polska Zbrojna is issued by the Polish Army and is written by both military and civilian personnel. – is an online magazine dedicated to the Baltic Sea Region. The magazine covers politics, economy, culture and history of the Baltic and Nordic countries, as well as Poland, Germany and Russia.

Research and Analysis Military Group (Zespół Badań i Analiz Militarnych) is a new company operating inter alia on the media market, but also giving advice and analysis for widely considered defense and security sector. It was founded by well known experts with many years of experience, who brought to life the new magazines.