Published on 10 May, 2016
|EEMA also revealed Microsoft’s Kim Cameron and Bernard Ourghanlian as keynote speakers for the event
EEMA, the leading independent European think tank focussing on identification, authentication, privacy, risk management, cyber security, Internet of Things and mobile applications, have announced that Paris will be the host city for the Information Security Solutions Europe (ISSE) 2016 conference and exhibition. EEMA has also revealed Kim Cameron, Chief Architect of Identity at Microsoft and Bernard Ourghanlian, Chief Technology & Security Officer at Microsoft France, as keynote speakers.
ISSE is Europe’s leading independent interdisciplinary security event and the 17th annual event will take place on the 15th and 16th November, at the Innovation Campus, 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux. More than 300 international delegates will participate in an education programme comprising of 40 keynote, seminar, workshop and networking sessions.
The conference will be opened by Chair of EEMA and member of the ISSE 2016 programme committee, Jon Shamah. He will also introduce the keynote speaker, Kim Cameron, Chief Architect of Identity at Microsoft and the inaugural winner of the EEMA Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012.
Jon Shamah, comments: “ISSE is returning to Paris for the first time since 2002. From then till now we have lived through a truly global digital revolution, with the emergence of social media, the exponential growth of always-on smart devices, the Internet of Things, the cloud and countless other innovations, all powered by near universal connectivity. However, the function of ISSE has remained the same, to help IT security professionals and information systems practitioners rise to the new and evolving challenges of the day and prepare the world for tomorrow.”