We've partnered with Infosecurity Europe 2023. Our team will share highlights from the event which is due to take place from 20–22 June at Excel London.
Now in its 27th year, Infosecurity Europe showcases the latest cybersecurity tech, allows you to learn from experts, connect with the industry, strengthen your skills and find solutions that make a measurable impact within your organisation and complement your existing defences.
Four-time Olympic gold medallist, and legendary sprinter, Michael Johnson has been confirmed as the opening keynote on the 20 June at 10am. Johnson, now a successful entrepreneur, author, sports pundit and philanthropist, will share insights from his incredible journey, both on and off the track, the values of goal-setting, adversity, performing against competitors, perseverance and how these same principles can be applied in cybersecurity.
Johnson will touch on how athletes often focus on achieving short-term goals such as winning a race or tournament, but how they also need to plan for long-term success and how this applies to business with the need for long-term strategic plans.
Ex-Olympian, author and journalist, Matthew Syed, has also been announced as the keynote for day two on the 21 June. Syed was the England table tennis number one for almost a decade and is now a multi-award-winning journalist for The Times and a regular contributor to television and radio. He is also the author of seven bestsellers on the high-performance mindset - including Black Box Thinking, Bounce, The Greatest and Rebel Ideas.
Syed will take to the stage for a presentation on ‘black box thinking’. Visitors can expect to learn about unlocking their untapped potential and how adopting a performance mindset can accelerate innovation and future-proof the organisation, enabling them to evolve at a quicker pace than cybercriminals. His talk will cover how not to open your business up to attack but fight back with rebel ideas and black box thinking.
Acclaimed security analyst, author and TED speaker, Keren Elazari, cited by Forbes as one of the '20 Hackers Who Shaped History’ and currently a research fellow with the Yuval Ne'eman Workshop for Science, Technology and Security at Tel Aviv University, will come to the stage to explore the intersection of cyber conflict and politics.
She will bring her experience and knowledge to Infosecurity Europe at 10:00 on Thursday 22 June. Elazari will share insights into national security and geopolitics and how they are being radically changed by digital society and will delve into the use of information as the new currency and how those who can control it have become powerful actors, whether they choose to be heroes or villains.
Visitors can register to attend here.