Insight, innovation and inspiration at Infosecurity Europe 2014

The information security community is about to gather at Infosecurity Europe, taking place the 29th April – 01 May 2014 in London.

Infosecurity Europe 2014 is paving the way for three exciting days of multiple opportunities for networking with a global audience of over 16,700 information security professionals.

As a global information security hub, Infosecurity Europe is not only committed to address international information security challenges but it also promotes the necessity to adapt to cultural singularities within the industry. Therefore the event covers country-specific market insights and needs with national dedicated areas: the Country Pavilions.

The Country Pavilions gather a consequent number of companies specialized in the same country so that visitors interested in a specific territory can directly collect information and interact with expert vendors. Besides, Infosecurity Europe goes beyond the European scene with the hosting of the US Pavilion for its 12th consecutive year as well as the brand new Israeli Pavilion for 2014.

The education program provides a range of learning opportunities for attendees where they can access high-level content through a host of different formats, from panel discussions and presentations to workshops and training courses.

Featuring five conference and seminar theaters and a comprehensive program of workshops and training courses, the education program enables information security professionals to develop their career and professional skills.

The education program has been put together following extensive research with the Information Security community and an Advisory Council of CISOs to identify the most important industry issues and challenges to ensure that attendees leave with business intelligence, knowledge and insight that they can apply directly to their organization.

Speakers include representatives from Nike, Google, Travis Perkins, Rank Group, Pearson, Premier Farnell and Home Retail Group.

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