Infosecurity Europe

7 – 9 June 2016

olympia, london

The Information Security Europe visitor audience is made up of a diverse range of IT security professional coming from key sectors such as:

  • IT Distribution companies
  • IT Hardware, Software, Manufacturers and Suppliers
  • Finance/Banking/Insurance professionals
  • Government professionals

With 12,006 unique visitors from 80 countries passing its doors, Infosecurity Europe 2015 was a great success. Our team is working towards the delivery of a even greater 21st edition of Infosecurity Europe in 2016.

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