Visitor Code of Conduct

  • Infosecurity Europe Visitor Code of Conduct Policy

    *To be read in conjunction with our Admissions Policy

    We want to ensure everyone has a great experience at Infosecurity Europe and we have put together some guiding principles for appropriate behaviour during our event. If you are visiting the event, please familiarise yourself with the policy below and ensure you are committed to the rules, which have been put in place for the benefit of the whole community. These measures are in place to help you make the most of Infosecurity Europe.

  • Harassment-free experience

    We are dedicated to providing a harassment-free exhibition experience for everyone, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, religion and race. We will not tolerate the harassment of exhibition participants in any way. Anyone violating the rules below may be expelled from the exhibition at the discretion of the exhibition organiser.

    Harassment includes, but is not limited to:

    • Offensive verbal comments related to gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, religion, or race
    • Sexual images displayed in public spaces
    • Intentional intimidation, stalking, or following
    • Harassing photos or videos
    • Inappropriate physical contact
    • Unwelcome sexual attention and comments
    • Advocating or encouraging any of the above behaviour.

    If you notice any of the above-mentioned behaviour taking place at the event, or if someone has made you feel unsafe or unwelcome, please report it to the Organisers Office. Our management team will come and talk to you discreetly and will investigate the matter. We will then take any further action we deem appropriate that is within our control. We would also welcome exhibitors’ support in taking further steps against any staff that they have employed that have been found to be behaving inappropriately.

    Thank you for your cooperation.

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