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Richmond, Surrey, UK – 0900 hours, 16 April 2019 – Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, quantum computing and blockchain all have the potential to drive significant disruption in the next few years. Future-proofing cybersecurity against the risks of new technology, whilst taking advantage of the potential it offers, is central to the conference agenda at this year’s Infosecurity Europe, Europe’s number one information security event (4-6th June 2019 at Olympia, London).

Every year new technology trends come to the fore, and security is often an afterthought - the Internet of Things (IoT) is a prime example of this. Only now are we seeing organisations investing in the security of IoT, despite findings from Gartner last year that revealed nearly 20 per cent of organisations observed at least one IoT-based attack in the past three years.

On the first day, Tuesday 4th June (15:15-16:15) Infosecurity Europe will bring together experts and...

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