InfoSecurity Russia 2017 held on September 19-21 in Moscow, Russia has been a smashing success
InfoSecurity Russia 2017 held on September 19-21 in Moscow, Russia has been a smashing success with 6445 visitor registrations and over 11500 pre-arranged meetings!
Our team was pleased to gather a professional club of executives and technical special-ists, manufacturers of profile products and developers of unique software, representatives of state regulatory bodies and leading enterprises of the country under one roof.
Who was with us?
The festive atmosphere of communication and business cooperation was created by our sponsors and partners: CROC, Norilsk Nickel, RNT, Rostelecom, UTsSB, FinCERT of The Russian Central Bank, Aquarius, Avast Software, Cisco, Citrix, Hewlett Packard En-terprise, Radware, STEP LOGIC, SuperWave.
What was discussed throughout these days?
InfoSecurity Russia conference sessions have been extremely popular these three days! An outstanding line-up of experts addressed the industry’s hottest challenges and topics.
The program featured various conferences, round tables, plenary sessions, workshops and seminars in four different conference rooms.
Industrial sector day was devoted to the protection of infrastructure of the critically im-portant facilities, industrial Internet of things, modern processing infrastructures and data protection.
Among the hottest topics and discussions of the Financial security day were: the sup-pression and investigation of incidents in the credit and financial sphere, the counterac-tion to DDoS attacks, the evolution of security: from natural exchange to blockage, the Internet of things on financial markets, information security at retail enterprises & bio-metric technologies.
At the Technology Day professional society spoke about investment in technology, SOC vs SIEM and modern firewalls.
New at InfoSecurity Russia: leading manufacturers from China demonstrated innova-tive solutions and shared the experience of Asian brands!
Workshops from global experts:
Pseudonymisation, Easier Said than Done? Simon Keates, THALES Cybersecurity Getting the Business Engaged, Allan Boardman Analytics of cybercrime: algorithms, Manjula Sridhar, ArgByte Live Hacking: how hackers hack your systems, Sebastian Schreiber, SySS DDoS-attacks and cybercrime Allan Guillen, Level 3 Communications
Video interviews with the industry’s leading specialists and thought-leaders will be avail-able very soon!
Thank you so much for making the show a fabulous event this year. We hope you’ve had a fun, informative and productive time. See you at InfoSecurity Russia 2018!