Thursday, 27 February 2014

3 Reasons For Which You Shouldn’t Have Missed Vienna 2nd CEE Cyber & Information Security Show

The Vienna Cyber & Information Security Show has taken place without a glitch, aside from an overcast spell maybe. Our team has been there since Tuesday to answer questions, showcase our products and deliver talks on cyber security and compliance auditing. 

So what makes Vienna a show that shouldn’t be missed by infosec professionals as well as those who want to find out about the industry?

1. The People It offers the opportunity to connect and forge relationships across borders and cultures. For those who are looking for networking opportunities and for a way to meet the right connections this is the place to be. Vienna focuses in particular on European partnerships and increasing awareness of cyber security in Central and Eastern Europe.

Not only can you meet the delegates, ask questions and get bespoke advice tailored to your needs, but you also get first-hand knowledge on their products and services, exchange ideas and get feedback.

For those who have been in the business a bit longer, this is a great opportunity to catch up with friends, old colleagues and rekindle business relationships.

2. The Presentations You are not there just to meet old friends and make new acquaintances. The spectrum of organizations and software vendors is wide enough to satisfy all needs and requirements in terms of information. From network security auditing to compliance and forensics; there’s something there for everyone. Each one brings specific knowledge and in-depth expertise to the community.  

Andy Williams, Head of International Development at Titania has talked about cyber security, compliance auditing and the new alignments to PCI-DSS 3.0 along with the recently announced NVD brought by Nipper Studio 2.3.

3.  The Latest Trends As mentioned above, there is a wide range of organizations and individuals who are keen to bring the latest trends to the conversation, by showcasing their products.

Here’s a glimpse of what was on show:




The bonus of course is that it’s all happening on the backdrop of a bohemian European capital. Without losing the goal of the visit, you can always wind down with a coffee on one of Vienna’s cobbled streets.  I hear Café Central, Café Sperl and Kaffee Alt Wien are very popular, but don’t take my word for it; why not go and see for yourself!

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