Join us at Infosecurity Europe 2017
The premier gathering of security leaders, Infosecurity Europe, delivers every year significant insights into the data security world through the exhibition area as well as the conference programs. The event is a great opportunity for IT security professionals and business managers to find inspiration for their data protection challenges in terms of approach and solutions to implement. Infosecurity Europe is the largest and most comprehensive conference program in the region, featuring over 360 exhibitors showcasing the most relevant information security solutions and products to 13,500 visitors.
We are exhibiting at Infosec Europe for several years now and we are looking forward to this year’s edition. The team will be ready to showcase our latest product update – Endpoint Protector 5 – with the updated eDiscovery module, the redesigned, responsive UI and other enhancements. As always we will be happy to demonstrate the product on the spot and to answer all your questions guiding you to the right solution and implementation model for your infrastructure. Additionally, visitors who stop by our booth will be offered a free GDPR printed guide that will help them in the process of becoming GDPR compliant. We have also prepared a prize wheel, so visitors will have the chance to win a prize and receive really cool giveaways. So, if you are planning to attend the Infosecurity Europe event, don’t forget to visit Endpoint Protector booth #G140 and meet us! For more information about our presence at the event, visit our event page.
Visit us at booth #G140 in the Grand Hall – Request a meeting.
Besides the huge exhibitor area, the event hosts diverse sessions addressing the biggest industry challenges. Attendees will hear fresh perspectives from info security heroes in action.
Here are a few of the inspirational speakers you have the opportunity to hear this year:
Dame Stella Rimington, Former Director General of MI5
06 Jun 2017, 10:00 – 10:50 Keynote Stage
As the first female Director-General of MI5, Dame Stella will discuss her fascinating career in the security service and her work in counter-subversion, counter-espionage and counter-terrorism.
Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning: Cybersecurity Risk vs Opportunity?
Bruce Schneier, Security Technologist
7 Jun 2017, 11:05 – 11:45 Keynote Stage
This session will take an in-depth look at AI technology, how to secure it and whether it offers a new opportunity for cybersecurity or a new attack vector for cyber-adversaries. AI is seen more often integrated into cyber security products, so this should be a quite interesting session.
Governments, Businesses & Other Scoundrels: Why Trust Anyone?
Jeremy Paxman, Broadcaster, journalist and author
07 Jun 2017, 10:00 – 10:50 Keynote Stage
Jeremy Paxman will draw on his expertise in current affairs, politics and history and share his perspective on the notion of trust in the modern world. Trust is a delicate topic in the security space, so we are curious what does Jeremy has to say.
Infosecurity Europe Hall of Fame 2017
Professor Mary Aiken, Forensic Cyberpsychologist
08 Jun 2017, 13:45 – 14:30 Keynote Stage
During the session, Professor Aiken will discuss her career as a forensic cyberpsychologist, her current research projects, and will share insights on future threats, and the importance of human factors in information security.
And, since the date when GDPR comes into effect is pretty close, the following keynote is extremely important for representatives of European companies and all other organizations that collect and process European citizens’ information.
EU GDPR Special Focus – Extended Session, held by Peter Brown, Senior Technology Officer at the ICO, together with panellists Helen Rabe, Head of Information Security at Costa Coffee, Cameron Craig, Deputy General Counsel – Data Privacy & Digital – Group Head of Data Privacy at HSBC, Steve Wright, Group Data & Information Security Officer at John Lewis.
For more information, you can visit the Infosecurity Europe website.