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    Security IT Summit

    Time is running out to secure the remaining complimentary VIP delegate spaces and supplier stands at the Security IT Summit, which takes place at on July 4th 2017 at the Hilton London Canary Wharf.

    The Summit is a highly-focused event that brings senior cyber security professionals together for one-to-one business meetings, interactive seminars and valuable networking opportunities.

    Delegates will meet with only the most trusted solution providers, who will be able to talk through projects, concerns and obstacles, offering the best advice as well cost-saving solutions.

    Confirmed suppliers include LogRhythm, 10Duke, Bomgar, Celestix Networks, CensorNet, Darktrace, ESET, Infradata, LGC, Onapsis, Okta, SonicWall, Performanta, Pervade Software, PhishMe, PT Global Solutions, Twist & Shout Media, Unipart Security, Gemserv, IDECSI, OneLogin, Varonis, WinMagic Data Security and Zonefox. Confirmed delegates include representatives from UBS, Kingfisher, GE Capital, RWE Innogy, Specsavers, Sainsbury’s, Arcadia, Bank of America Merrill Lunch, NGC, Astelias, Nomura, Clifford Chance, Save the Children, Aviva, The Open University, Tesco, Nomura, Barking, Havering & Redbridge NHS Trust, The Hillingdon Hospitals, Close Brothers, London Borough of Hackney, The National Trust, Westfield (Europe), SAS International, The Celtic, Worldpay, SSP Group, DST, Ford Credit Europe, SI Group, Cancer Research UK, Impeliam Group, L&Q, RNLI, Smart Communications, Vaultex UK, Elysium Healthcare, ERM, Yorkshire Housing, Motor Insurer’s Bureau, Just, Kennedy Group, Morgan Hunt, Simply Business and many more.

    Delegates will also learn about the latest cyber security trends in educational seminar sessions led by some of the industry’s leading lights. Topics include ‘Threats are evolving. A new approach to cyber security is required’, ‘Going beyond CASB to manage tomorrow’s threat landscape’ and what looks set to be a very interesting session by ex-fraudster Elliot Castro on ‘Fraud: How it’s done – and what to look for’.

    It’s a proven format and one that has worked for many IT security professionals in the past, as former delegates testify:-

    “Worthwhile event with the opportunity to meet a number of vendors in a controlled way. Beats having to deal with cold callers hands down”Mapeley

    “Well planned, informative event which was extremely relevant to my business. Really enjoyed the event/concept. Will recommend a number of products from the event”Metropolitan Police

    “Great forum to learn about a whole range of suppliers in the security space and start to make some potentially key relationships for the future”Pizza Hut

    “Very informative event with information on the security industry advances, without any hard selling from the suppliers. I will recommend this event to any IT Security professional”The Hillingdon Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

    “Excellent format, not being hounded by suppliers. Able to speak to suppliers that are most relevant to your needs. A very good event, unlike many others”The Priory Group

    To secure a complimentary delegate place, call Liz Cowell on 01992 374072 or email

    To attend as a supplier, call Haydn Boxall on 01992 374084 or email


    Stuart O'Brien

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