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Europe's largest IT security exhibition starts this week.

21 April, 2008
London's Olympia exhibition venue sees the start of this year's InfoSecurity Europe show, the largest collection of IT security vendors in Europe, between the 22nd and the 24th April.
Since the last InfoSec show in 2007, the interest in information security has leapt to the forefront with the year having been a bad one for high profile data losses, unprecedented levels of spam and fresh approaches to information theft and implanting malicious code on victim's computers.

Threats come from every angle and there is something to combat them all but the maze is a difficult one for the IT professional to navigate and some guidance is needed. Whether you want to know which is the best approach, best of breed or Unified Threat Management or whether security as a service using hosted IT security management, there is enough expertise at the exhibition to help make that decision.

Everything will be at InfoSecurity Europe including perimeter defences, web content filtering, hosted SaaS offerings, application security, encryption, data protection, database transaction monitoring, remote worker management, end point protection, network access control and unified threat management.

The exhibition is supported by a comprehensive conference and seminar programme and experts covering the whole spectrum of IT security will be on hand to offer their advice and opinions.

Events at the show include a debate on the future of IT security, a live hacking panel, discussions on the role of social networking in the business environment and "the lion's den", a regular of the show in which a brave group of vendors stake their reputations in front of a panel of specialists who will whittle them down to one finalist.

I'll be at the show, interviewing some of the key industry figures and reporting on the more interesting and relevant innovations that the show promises to be full of. If you can't make it to Olympia, keep your eye on our news pages for releases from the show and on the blog section and special features section for exclusive editorial material and opinions.
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