SearchInform Is to Participate in InfoSecurity in London

From 7 to 9 June, experts of SearchInform will take part in the largest European conference on information security InfoSecurity Europe 2016. Infosecurity Europe is the event that annually gathers developers and clients of information security systems. Since 1995, the event has been a platform to address current strategic and technical issues, to demonstrate innovative products and services, as well as to train specialists responsible for the saving corporate assets. This year Infosecurity Europe will be held in the Olympia exhibition center in London (Hammersmith Rd, London W14 8UX). SearchInform will act as a resident of Skolkovo. The company’s experts will share their experience in the protection of business from internal threats. Infosecurity Europe 2016 will gather more than 260 expert speakers and will include about 160 hours of seminars and workshops. The exhibition will bring together more than 315 leading developers in the field of information security. SearchInform experts will work with the audience at stand S30, near the entrance to the Gallery (next to Infosecurity Training): on 7-8 June from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm and on 9 June from 9.30 am to 4.00 pm. “This is an interesting experience of organising such events in Europe,” says Chief Executive Officer of SearchInform Sergei Ozhegov about the upcoming trip. “Exhibitions in the field of information security in Russia exhausted themselves a few years ago. We will achieve much greater results by participating in specialised forums or even webinars. In Russia, the exhibition will be more likely to be attended by younger workers than business owners. But this is our cultural environment. Let's see how this format works in Europe.” At the event, SearchInform Ltd. will present two products: SearchInform Information Security Perimeter DLP system, as well as TimeInformer time control system.

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