Day two at #infosec16 kicked off with an in-depth look at privacy vs security when, The Right Honourable Lord Hague of Richmond, took to the stage to explore how we can reduce the tensions between national security, privacy and information security.
Following the talk, we chatted to Lord Hague for a round up of his key points.
New Exhibitor and UK Cyber Innovation Zones are a hit once again…
On day two, the New Exhibitor and UK Cyber Innovation Zones are still proving to be extremely popular #infosec16.
Throughout the day the both zones were packed with attendees all looking to stay abreast of the latest innovations in information security technologies – all designed, developed and brought to market by brand new Infosecurity Europe exhibitors.
Earlier today we spoke to UK Cyber Innovation Zone exhibitor Exonar. Their CEO Adrian Barrett told us about their company and why they are here at #infosec16.
Privacy, Trust and the Internet of Things…
That’s what Bruce Schneier, Chief Technology Officer of Resilient Systems was here to discuss over on the Keynote Stage earlier today, offering up some top tips for the packed audience.
Here is an overview from Bruce on all the key points.
More to come tomorrow…
That covers just some of day two at Infosecurity Europe 2016, with one more packed day still to go!
Thanks to those who attended today, we look forward to seeing you again tomorrow. For those who didn’t attend, you can still join us tomorrow and register on the door.
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