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Infosecurity 2008: show guide and preview

Infosecurity Europe 2008 kicks off on April 22 at the Grand Hall, Olympia in London.

Infosecurity Europe is the event where those responsible for securing their organisations' information
can find all the latest technology, services and advice, with more than 300 of the top security companies
from across the globe taking part.

The cutting-edge education programme at Infosecurity Europe is the highlight of the industry's international calendar, reflecting the issues that visitors want to hear about. Over three days delegates will have the chance to learn from 123 experts in the free education programme including Adam Laurie, Alan Paller, Bruce Schneier, Fred Piper, and Howard Schmidt.

Two key pieces of industry research will also be released at the show this year with the launch of the 2008 Information Security Breaches Survey on behalf of the UK Government and the (ISC)² Global Information Security Workforce Study 2008.


Opening Times:
Tuesday 22nd April - 9.30am - 5.30pm
Wednesday 23rd April - 9.30am - 5.30pm
Thursday 24th April - 9.30am - 4.00pm

 

ComputerWeekly's Infosecurity previews

Infosecurity Europe 2008: It's all about trust

Infosecurity Europe 2008: Security governance and the wealth of nations

Infosecurity Europe 2008: Inside threat greater risk to data protection

Infosecurity Europe 2008: IT governance critical to addressing information risk

Infosecurity Europe 2008: Taking security into your own hands

Infosecurity Europe 2008: Complying with security regulations is not enough

Infosecurity Europe 2008: Seamless security for roving workers

Infosecurity Europe 2008: Spam techniques reach new levels of sophistication

Infosecurity Europe 2008: New defence strategy in battle against e-crime

Infosecurity Europe 2008: Developing infosecurity career paths

 

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This was first published in April 2008

 

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