03 May 2016


  • New Exhibitor Zone expands from 19 companies in 2015 to over 60 in 2016
  • New companies at this year’s show include Selex ES, Yubico, Blue Goose and IntSights Cyber Intelligence
  • Infosecurity Europe to host UK's Most Innovative Small Cyber Security Company competition run by techUK and the DCMS

News for release, London, 3 May 2016: Infosecurity Europe, Europe’s largest and most comprehensive Information Security event, is working to bring innovation to the Infosecurity community.

Infosecurity Europe 2016 will feature some of the most forward-thinking, innovative cyber security companies from the around the world and offer an invaluable career springboard for the sector’s fledging entrepreneurs and pioneering newcomers. The Exhibition is a fantastic opportunity for businesses to showcase their products, get expert advice and network with potential partners and customers.

Indicative of the success of this initiative, the New Exhibitor Zone has expanded from 19 companies in 2015 to over 60 companies in 2016. This year’s new exhibitors include security and information systems provider Selex ES, hardware authentication device manufacturer Yubico, creative agency Blue Goose and intelligence-driven security provider IntSights Cyber Intelligence.
Infosecurity Europe is also hosting the UK's Most Innovative Small Cyber Security Company competition. This is being run in collaboration with techUK’s Cyber Connect programme and The Department for Culture, Media & Sport. The final round will take place on the Keynote Stage on 8th June where the 4 finalists - Assuria, Intruder, Exonar and Device Authority – will pitch in front of a live audience, with the winner chosen by a panel of expert judges. All 4 finalists plus an additional 7 runners up - Sevin, Panaseer , Surevine, Glasswall, Segmantics, 4secure and Torsion Information Security -  will be exhibiting in the UK Cyber Innovation Zone where visitors can find out more about what made their organisations stand out.

Jonathan Davies, CTO of 2015 Cyber Innovation finalists Pervade Software, said: “InfoSecurity 2015 was a game-changing event for the whole team at Pervade Software. The business we secured from attending the show represented over 1/3rd of our annual turnover last year, and so the decision to return this year has been a no-brainer! The team at Reed Exhibitions are incredibly supportive of smaller businesses and they had a structured package for us, that allowed us to take a bigger stand this year.  We can’t wait for June to roll-round and we are looking forward to another landmark event.”

Nicole Mills, Exhibition Director Infosecurity Europe, said: “Fostering innovation is a key priority for us at Infosecurity Europe. We are thrilled to present an exciting mix of ground-breaking companies at the show this year.  Moreover, we’ve lowered the price to allow new entrants to attend. We will be providing enhanced support for all exhibitors to make the most out of their attendance.”

All Cyber Security start-ups and SMEs are invited to join us at Infosecurity Europe 2016. You can register for a free pass here and participate in our ‘How to Access Finance for your Cyber Security Start-up or Scale-Up’ webinar on 28 June – organised by Infosecurity Magazine.

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PRESS REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN Infosecurity Europe takes place at Olympia, London 7-9 June 2016. This year’s theme is Intelligent Security: Securing the Connected Organisation. To apply for an Infosecurity Europe press pass, please visit:

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About Infosecurity Europe

Strategically held annually in London, Europe's centre for technology start-up businesses, Infosecurity Europe is Europe’s largest and most comprehensive Information Security event. Featuring numerous analysts, policy experts, journalists and over 345 exhibitors, Infosecurity Europe presents an invaluable business platform, as well as staging the world’s largest complimentary conference programme containing eight specialist seminar streams, which have been accredited by leading industry associations (ISC)² and ISACA since 2012. The event attracts over 15,000 unique information security industry professionals attending from every segment of the industry from over 70 countries and presents the most important date in the calendar for information security professionals across Europe.

About Cyber Connect

Cyber Connect is designed to support the UK government's cyber security innovation and growth agenda. It will progress a number of initiatives that will support UK cyber security SMEs towards growth and prosperity.

About techUK

techUK represents the companies and technologies that are defining today the world that we will live in tomorrow. The tech industry is creating jobs and growth across the UK. In 2015 the internet economy contributed 10% of the UK’s GDP. 900 companies are members of techUK. Collectively they employ more than 800,000 people, about half of all tech sector jobs in the UK. These companies range from leading FTSE 100 companies to new innovative start-ups. The majority of our members are small and medium sized businesses.

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