Infosecurity Europe, Europe's largest information security event, will open its doors from Tuesday 4th to Thursday 6th June 2019 at Olympia, Hammersmith in London, bringing together business, technology and cyber communities to discuss and discover the best way to protect organisations and individuals.
It attracts over 19,500 unique information security professionals from every part of the industry, including 400+ exhibitors showcasing their products and services, industry analysts, worldwide press and policy experts.
Infosecurity Europe is also home to the world¹s largest complimentary conference programme with 240+ free to attend conference sessions. The theme for 2019 is Cybersecurity 4.0: Complexity, risk and resilience. As organisations become increasingly complex, we are moving into a new area of cybersecurity one where increased connectivity, machine learning and rising cyber threats to infrastructure pose new and complex risks.
This year renowned broadcaster and author Kate Adie will deliver the opening session on the Keynote Stage on 4 June. Jamie Bartlett, bestselling author of The People Vs. Tech, The Dark Net & Radicals and Senior Fellow and former Director of Demos will open day 2, and former CEO of Lloyd¹s of London, Dame Inga Beale will also present a keynote on 5 June.
The conference programme also includes a number of other tracks including Strategy Talks, Tech Talks, Talking Tactics, Security Workshops and Information Security Exchange to provide security professionals with key insights to manage information and cyber risk.
Geek Street brings together a series of in-depth technical sessions where they can delve into the latest security research into exploits, vulnerabilities and threats, and includes an immersive zone, with hands-on experiences and featuring interactive learning challenges.
Visitors wanting to learn about the latest innovations in cybersecurity can visit the Cyber Innovation Showcase, an opportunity for smaller companies to showcase their innovations, and is aimed at those exhibiting for the first time, along with the Start-Up Zone, which will feature companies less than three years old.
The future of the industry and skills will be the main focus in the new FutureSec programme, which addresses the future of the industry and focuses on people, careers and innovation.
Diversity in cyber will be on the agenda at this year¹s Women in Cybersecurity event on the morning of the second day, which includes a keynote presentation by Professor Sue Black, a panel discussion and lots of networking opportunities.
For more information, visit: https://www.infosecurityeurope.com