- Security TWENTY
- Women in Security
Infosecurity Europe opens its doors from Tuesday to Thursday, June 4 to 6, 2019 at Olympia, Hammersmith in London.
It attracts over 19,500 information security people from every part of the industry, 400-plus exhibitors, industry analysts, worldwide policy experts, and over 200 industry speakers are lined up for the free-to-attend conference, seminar and workshops.
In 2018, Infosecurity Europe welcomed visitors from 82 countries – the largest gathering of information security professionals anywhere, organisers report. Visitor numbers have grown by 50 per cent over recent years.
Visitors who want to learn about the latest technology can visit the Cyber Innovation Zone featuring the top 13 innovative small companies from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport UK’s Most Innovative Small Cybersecurity Company of the Year competition.
The Discovery Zone provides an opportunity for smaller companies to showcase their innovations, and is aimed at those exhibiting for the first time, while the Start-Up Zone will feature companies less than three years old.
Diversity will also be on the agenda at the annual Women in Cybersecurity networking event on June 5 (from 8.30am-11.00am). The industry will meet to mark the achievements of females in cybersecurity, debate the challenges around diversity discuss career opportunities for women; and hear a keynote presentation by Professor Sue Black.
The future of the industry and skills will be the focus in the new FutureSec area where those starting, considering a career in security, or looking for a new challenge, can discover how to start and develop their career.
Registration is free until Monday June 3, midnight. For anyone collecting CPD/CPE credits, they will need their ISC2 and ISACA membership numbers to hand when completing registration so credits can be applied to their account for sessions attended.