SECURING DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

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  • 21,097 + Visitors
  • 700 + Exhibitors
  • 763 + Speakers
  • 30 + Theatres
  • 21,097 + Visitors
  • 700 + Exhibitors
  • 763 + Speakers
  • 30 + Theatres
EXHIBIT

EXHIBIT

CCSE is quite simply THE event for cloud and cyber technology.

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BUILD YOUR OWN PACKAGE

At CCSE we build our stand and show packages to exact exhibitor needs.

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NEW STREAMS FOR 2020

Following on from our first round of rigorous industry research, we are delighted to present our new streams for 2020.

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Register you interest for the show and be among the first to know when registration goes live! 

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Cloud & Cyber Security Expo 2019 was a record-breaking event, which welcomed 21,097 security and IT professionals (BPA audited), 700+ expert speakers and 700+ technology suppliers to London’s ExCeL.

The 2019 London event saw an increase of 2,039 more visitors than in 2018, and a significant increase in vendor numbers, which is indicative of the UK's stratospheric growth of the cyber security market. CCSE 2020 will connect thousands of security & IT professionals, visionaries and leading global suppliers, to safeguard a secure digital transformation agenda.  

Whether you’re a visitor, security supplier or channel partner, please look through the CCSE website to find what opportunities are available to you for 2020! If you are unable to find what you would like, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the show organisers who will be happy to assist.

We look forward to welcoming you and your team to CCSE 2020!

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Latest News

  • 12-Nov-2019
    17:52

    The Labour Party has said it experienced a “sophisticated and large-scale cyber attack” on its digital platforms, which was later revealed to be a DDoS attack.

    A Labour source confirmed that the attack was DDoS in nature, meaning that the perpetrator attempted to cause its digital platforms to crash by flooding them with so much traffic from various sources that services struggle to load properly.

    The post What caused the Labour Party cyber attack? appeared first on Techerati.

  • 12-Nov-2019
    17:41

    Almost half a year after acquiring AI networking outfit Mist Systems for a cool $405 million, Juniper Networks has announced the next set of Mist AI integrations into the company's network and hybrid cloud monitoring platform.

    Mist's cloud-based AI wireless service, WiFI Assurance, will be added to Juniper's platform as a subscription offering. The service uses network data to make wireless networks more reliable, and centres around an AI-powered virtual network assistant called Marvis that uses dynamic packet capture and machine learning technology to automatically identify, adapt and fix network issues.

    The post Juniper bolsters enterprise networks with Mist AI tech appeared first on Techerati.

  • 11-Nov-2019
    16:53

    AT&T has urged organisations to do more to address the cyber security threats posed by 5G and place more focus on security automation and virtualisation.

    The American telecommunications giant made the warnings in its latest cyber security report, based on a survey conducted by 451 research that surveyed 704 cyber security professionals working in firms with more than 500 employees.

    The post AT&T outlines 5G security concerns in new report appeared first on Techerati.

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