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Visitor numbers increase at InfoSecurity Europe

InfoSecurity Europe : 04 May, 2009  (Company News)
InfoSecurity Europe books follow on 2010 event in the wake of this year's success at Earls Court
Reed Exhibitions, The 2009 Infosecurity Europe show - held at Earls Court in London this week - has proven to be a recession-proof success, with visitor attendances up on the 2008 figures by 5%.

According to Tamar Beck, Group Exhibition Director, Reed Exhibitions, attendance at this year's three day Infosecurity Europe event were 12,445 visitors, something she attributes to an industry which is clearly bucking the trend by growing with innovative companies alongside a jammed packed education programme filled with experts from around the world.

'With new educational attractions such as the Security Expert Forums and Security Cafes giving show attendees access to free information and advice from some of the industry's leading IT security movers and shakers as well as top people from the Information Security Forum, ISC2, ISACA and the ISSA, plus a huge array of vibrant and creative exhibition stands - this year's show stood out like a beacon in the information security industry calendar,' she said.

'And with speeches from influential people such as the Right Honourable David Blunkett, MP, the former Home Secretary, and fascinating panel discussions from Lord Erroll, the president of the E-Business Regulatory Alliance and Julia Harris, Head of Information Security with the BBC, the event has built on its exhibition origins,' she added.

Beck went on to say that the move to Earls Court 1 this year gave exhibitors and attendees alike increased educational content, two new theatres and additional visitor facilities.

All of the educational and sponsored seminars, she explained, were a great success, with many of them over-subscribed.

A riveting speech with the Rt Hon. David Blunkett, MP, was a standing room only event, even in the secondary streaming room area, with reporters from the BBC, The Register, ZDNet, Computing, Computer Weekly and other prestigious publications all wiring reports from the show.

'This year's three-day event has been an extraordinary effort by the show team, exhibitors and speakers, all of whom have worked hard to continue the success that is the Infosecurity Europe show,' she said.

'We look forward to welcoming everyone back at next year's show 27th to 29th April 2010,' she added.


The Infosecurity Europe 2010 show - one of five planned events around the world - will be held in London on 27th to 29th at Earls Court One.
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