Infosecurity Europe is Europe's number one Information Security conference and exhibition and the most-attended information security event in Europe. It is a free exhibition featuring not only over 345 exhibitors and the most diverse range of new products and services but also an unrivalled education programme, 120 hours of free education, over 165 expert speakers and over 13,000 unique visitors representing every segment of the industry.
The Infosecurity Europe Education Programme is shaped by the industry for the industry. Addressing the latest challenges in information security it will provide you with business critical insight, best practice and practical case studies. Speakers include information security thought-leaders from public and private sector end-users, policy-makers and government, analysts, industry experts, service providers and vendors. Featuring five conference and seminar theatres and a comprehensive programme of security workshops and training courses, the Infosecurity Europe Education Programme offers something to meet all educational needs. Our content partners (ISC)2 and ISACA enable visitors of the free Education Programme to collect valuable CPD/CPE Credits, which get allocated automatically in the months after the event.
It is "the most important date in the calendar for every information security professional" across Europe and not to be missed.
The Information Security Europe visitor audience is made up of a diverse range of IT security professionals coming from key sectors such as:
• IT Distribution companies
• IT Hardware, Software, Manufacturers and Suppliers
• Finance/Banking/Insurance professionals
• Government professionals
Time: 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Infosecurity Europe 2013 welcomed exhibitors from 61 countries and hosted the biggest number of unique visitors to the show in its 18 year history (please view ABC Audit here). The total unique event attendance accounted to 16,745 (including exhibitor visitors) and combined with attendees travelling from over 71 countries.
In 2013, our visitors travelled from 71 countries and 23.3% represented large corporations that employ 5000 staff members. 10% of visitors were members of their organisation’s corporate board level and 14% were director level, which amounts to 24% senior executives with final decision-making power. General IT/IS Management, other management and technical specialists amounted to 54% of visitors, followed by 19% of consultants.