Published on 12 September, 2016
|Information Security Solutions Europe is an independent, interdisciplinary security conference and exhibition
EEMA, an independent not for profit, European think tank focusing on identification, authentication, privacy, risk management, cyber security, the Internet of Things, and mobile applications, confirmed Director of Innovation at Consult Hyperion, Dave Birch, and CEO of KuppingerCole, Martin Kuppinger as the keynote speakers at the ISSE ‘Securing Future European Business’ innovation expo.
ISSE (Information Security Solutions Europe) was started in 1999 as an initiative of the European Commission Directorate General Information Society. Currently, it is Europe’s leading independent, interdisciplinary security conference and exhibition.
Primary focus of Information Security Solutions Europe 2016
- Trust services, eID, and cloud security
- BYOD and mobile security
- Cybersecurity, cybercrime, critical infrastructures
- CISO Inside, management of privacy, and data protection
- Biometric applications
- Regulations and policies
"We will be bringing together some
of the greatest minds in the world
of security and identity, for two days
of education, best practice sharing,
business, and networking"
Dave Birch and Martin Kuppinger join Kim Cameron, Chief Architect of Identity at Microsoft and Bernard Ourghanlian, Chief Technology and Security Officer at Microsoft France at ISSE 2016, which is taking place at the at the Innovation Campus, 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux, Paris on 15th and 16th November.
Chair of EEMA, Jon Shamah, comments: “We have assembled a strongest ever line-up of speakers for our most comprehensive ever ISSE programme. In November, we will be bringing together some of the greatest minds in the world of security and identity, for two days of education, best practice sharing, business, and networking. It is a must attend event for everyone in the security industry.”
ISSE 2016 is being hosted in collaboration with EEMA and ENISA, with support from Microsoft and Cryptomathic. Organisations participating in the conference programme include the Azerbaijani Mobile ID Centre, Banca Intesa ad Beograd, certSIGN, FabLab, Fraunhofer Fokus, Gemalto, Gluu, Institute for Defense Analyses, KU Leuven, Open Identity Exchange, Platform Identity Management, PwC, Safran Identity & Security, SAP, SGMAP, Signicat, Strong Horse, time.lex, Utimaco IS GmbH and Verizon Enterprise Solutions.