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WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM PARTICIPATING AT CLOUD & CYBER SECURITY EXPO 2020

Cloud & Cyber Security Expo is the UK's leading cyber security & cloud tech event, with the next show taking place on 11-12 March 2020 at ExCeL London. With 21,097 security & IT professionals in attendance at 2019 event, visitors were able to engage with over 700 speakers, across 30 theatres through the entire event, but most importantly… Get maximise face time with hundreds of vendors, to source the latest emerging technologies to help protect their digital transformation agenda, keeping their business data assets secure, but most importantly compliant!

Below are 10 reasons as to why CCSE delivers better results than any other cyber security & cloud tech event out there...

- Cloud & Cyber Security Expo will put your business in front of the UK's largest audience of security & IT professionals available in the market – BPA audited at 21,097!

- We invest upwards of £530,000, in marketing campaigns to ensure we put you in front of the highest quality audience… 31% c-suite!

- Our audience ranges from SMEs, Mid-size to large FTSE 500 organisations

- Cloud & Cyber Security Expo, sits at the heart of the 6 co-located events, enabling our visitors to secure all their latest emerging technologies.  

- Strategically placed show features to ensure constant foot traffic throughout, no matter your stand location. Everything in one room to maximise face time!

- Staggered lecture programme to deliver consistent footfall throughout the show.

- Content programme of 10 streams throughout the event, to cover more issues in the market place, appealing to a wider audience, putting your business in front of more prospects.

- Specific enterprise & channel pre-show campaigns to drive both audiences that will allow our vendors grow both sides of their business under one roof.

- Fully bespoke stand & show packages to meet exact vendor objectives, to maximise marketing budgets & ROI for our vendors.

- Multi award winning event organiser, CloserStill Media have won more awards in the last 5 years than any other events company!

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CCSE will put your business in front of over 21,000 security & IT professionals, the widest audience of potential buyers of any cyber/cloud tech event in the UK. You will be able to engage with thousands of c-suite professionals, educate the market about the most current issues in today’s market, but most importantly, capture the data of prospects for post-show follow up and future sales.

With cyber threats & attacks becoming more frequent & advanced by the day, CCSE plays a vital role in connecting security & IT professionals with the most innovated products and forward thinking vendors out there. CCSE couples c-suite professionals, security & IT teams with content around the most current issues in today’s market, which will in turn allow organisations to make a much more informed purchasing decisions.  

Having seen continuous visitor and exhibitor growth YoY, indicative with the stratospheric growth of the UK cyber security market, CCSE has a range new initiatives for CCSE 2020 which will assist in delivering better results than before…

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    15:20
    MI5 Huawei

    The head of MI5 has said he has no reason to think Britain’s intelligence-sharing relationship with the United States will be damaged if the Chinese tech giant Huawei is given access to the UK’s 5G network. The Government has come under intense pressure from the US administration not to allow Huawei a role in building 5G network amid fears that granting a Chinese firm access to the communications network could be a security risk.

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  • 13-Jan-2020
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