Now in its 27th year, Infosecurity Europe 2023, will take place from the 20-22 June at ExCel London and will focus on rethinking the power of infosecurity.

The event is about more than simply finding the latest cybersecurity tech - it's about learning from experts, connecting with the industry, strengthening skills and finding solutions that make a measurable impact and complement your existing defences within your organisation. With the ideas, resilience, and the will to protect our shared future and by working together, we can help unlock the true potential that technology promises. 

Infosecurity Europe is the place where the industry's biggest issues get discussed, giving visitors a game plan to tackle existing and upcoming threats. Attendees can benefit from exclusive insights and know-how from experts immersed in the industry's latest developments, so they can stay one step ahead with their security strategy.

Conference Programme

This year's Infosecurity Europe's Conference programme features seven theatres, delivering 192 sessions, giving visitors access to three days of learning, discovery, and insights all under one roof. The range of theatres will offer solutions for all levels of experience, from strategy talks, to tactical sessions, round tables, and keynote sessions.

Champion line-up

With a stellar roster in place, the renowned Keynote Stage, which is sponsored by Crowdstrike, will be bustling with excitement as visitors can expect to hear from four time Olympic gold medallist, and legendary sprinter, Michael Johnson who will open the stage on day one, 10am, Tuesday 20th June. Johnson 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.

Continuing along the sporting theme, ex-Olympian, author and journalist, Matthew Syed, will delve into the concept of ‘black box thinking' and the connection between mindset and high performance on day two, 10am, Wednesday 21st June.

For the keynote finale on day three, 10am, Thursday 22nd June, former hacker turned cybersecurity expert and founder of BSidesTLV, Israel's largest security community event, Keren Elazari, will explore the intersection of cyber conflict and politics.

That's not all folks...

For visitors looking to hear from further inspiring speakers, the Strategy Talks stage, sponsored by Crowdstrike, provides a series of inspiring presentations showcasing the latest information and cybersecurity insight, knowledge and expertise. These presentations address the strategic business challenges impacting information security. 

At the Insight Stage, attendees can expect to gain new perspectives and strategies to apply within their organisation, to enhance cyber-resilience and strengthen security posture and gain fresh ideas on how to tackle strategic and technical cybersecurity challenges.

Topping it off, the Talking Tactics sessions bring ‘how to' sessions intended to deal specifically with how to overcome a particular challenge.

Upstage and upskill

Not only do you learn and further your professional development in a practical setting, taking key insights back to your organisation, the event provides a fantastic opportunity to earn CPE credits. Working in partnership with leading industry associations (ISC)2 and ISACA, attending the varying theatre sessions enables you to earn credits automatically.

Off the show floor, the South Gallery Rooms feature 26 Security Workshops across four rooms where vendors will showcase and demonstrate their product offerings, providing access to industry experts.

These Security Workshops allow attendees to benefit from in-depth, practical sessions offering advice on how to strengthen information security posture. Security workshop expert speakers provide attendees with learning-orientated sessions to improve their skills while networking with peers.

For the CISOs and Heads of Information Security in attendance, the Leaders Programme is open to attend the ‘off-the-record' round-table programme informing security strategies, and uncovering the latest technology and solutions in their field.

Get hands on

Step away from the theatres and be immersed in the hands-on experience at Geek Street or come and see what the start-ups have to offer in the Innovation Showcase.

At Geek Street, visitors can participate in immersive, practical learning experiences as well as learning from the experts, courtesy of Hack The Box. With activities for varying levels of experience, take a break from the exhibition floor and reconnect with your inner geek!

New for 2023 is the Gaming Zone. Presented in partnership with TikTok - attendees can unlock their playful side and embrace old-school fun in the Gaming Zone! This is the ultimate opportunity to flex your competitive muscles, test your skills, and relive classic gaming moments. So why not take a break from your day and level up your enjoyment with some retro gaming action?

Or head to the Technology Showcase where exhibitors put their latest products and technologies in the spotlight to guide organisation's security investment and ensure ROI. 

The Innovation Showcase will be the place to be to discover, scope out and evaluate the newest cybersecurity technologies and solutions, and get to grips with how they can be deployed.

Businesses will showcase and demonstrate the exciting new products and services they have to offer. Attendees can expect to hear real-world examples of how new technologies and solutions have been implemented, the customer benefits and the overall ROI.

Celebrate cyber excellence

As part of Infosecurity Europe's focus on innovation, for the 8th consecutive year, they have once again partnered with the Department of Science, Information and Technology (DSIT) to seek out the UK's most creative and original cyber security companies.

The winner, and 13 runners up, will be invited to the Innovation Zone where the winner will be announced and crowned The UK's Most Innovative Cyber SME 2023. 

Infosecurity Magazine will host the seventh annual Women in Cybersecurity networking event on Wednesday 21 June, 11.30-2pm. The South Gallery Rooms will come alive in this exclusive event featuring some of the industry's most inspiring women. The event aims to celebrate the achievements of women in the sector and empower women both at the start of their careers and those progressing up the ladder.

The show's not over yet!

Infosecurity Europe's vibrant exhibition hall is where visitors can expect to meet companies and professionals from every corner of the sector, together with industry analysts, members of the global press and policy makers.  Exhibitors can share innovation, test and benchmark solutions, build relationships and connect with colleagues.

Vendors of all shapes and sizes will be given a prime opportunity to showcase their products, solutions and services. Whether they be established providers, fledgling start-ups or innovative newcomers, this is their chance to present to decision makers, buyers and stakeholders, who are gathering the insight they need to make sound investment decisions to tackle the ever-evolving cybersecurity threat landscape.

Research, research, research

The show floor will be awash with product demos and exhibitors flaunting their wares. As is customary, many will also be sharing research reports and survey findings.

Pentera (stand W40) will be sharing insight into its State of Pentesting 2023 Survey, focusing on their overall security and security validation practices, how they are managing exposure, and the differences in the markets.

Cybsafe (stand AB60) will be discussing their Security awareness is dead (or dying) eBook showing visitors how to build on security awareness training to influence real and lasting behaviour change in organisations.

Meanwhile, Netwrix (stand R30) will launch its Hybrid Security Trends 2023 report looking into IT security both on premises and in the cloud and the number of cyberattacks those respondents had experienced.

Apricorn (stand G70) will share intel from its latest annual survey of UK IT leaders, which explores key cybersecurity trends across enterprises including the main causes of data breaches within UK organisations, employee attitudes to cybersecurity risk and how organisations are approaching encryption and data backups.

CrowdStrike will take a slightly different approach with attendees able to generate their own personalised Threat intel reports at the CrowdStrike stand (X20), developing an adversary insight report based on their region and industry:

Silobreaker (stand Z40), a leading security and threat intelligence firm, has also revealed it will be unveiling its new threat intelligence report builder tool.

Mindflow (stand F64), will be showcasing the capabilities of their orchestration and automation platforms through live demos, aiming to show users the ease of navigating the platform and the creation of personalised flows tailored to specific use cases. They will also share their vision for the future of SecOps: Generative AI and how Mindflow create flows integrating AI to automate multiple use cases such as Vulnerability Management, Incident Remediation and Threat Intelligence.

Located on stand S40, Illumio and partners will also present a series of live demonstrations on how companies can use Zero Trust Segmentation to build cyber resilience, including ransomware containment; IT and OT convergence; workload and endpoint segmentation; and cloud security.

Egress (stand P50) will be giving away bound copies of its recent Email Security Risk Report, which compiles data from 500 cybersecurity leaders and analyses the email security risks organizations face and the effectiveness of the security strategies they've implemented.

Visitors can compete against each other in their Strike a Light game and win daily prizes and visitors can grab some of their branded swag, including their coveted 'smells phishy' socks!

With over 300+ exhibitors, there's plenty to see and do on the show floor. Some other highlights include:

Centred around the theme ‘don't let the bad guys win,' DigitalXRAID (stand M50) will be running a range of interactive activities and live demos on its stand. They will also be running a gamified workshop to test guest attendees and industry experts on their approach to risk management. As well as uncovering if organisations are playing ‘the wrong game' of risk when it comes to cybersecurity, the workshop will cover topics front-of-mind for business and security leaders, including how to get buy-in from the board for security programs and how a proactive strategy can reduce business costs and deliver ROI.

Netskope (stand Z60) will be hosting hourly demos showcasing its full product suite and the power of integrated, unified security at its booth.

For those that visit the stand, Netskope will have a ‘Grab a grand to Getaway' - a crystal maze style token ‘cash' grabbing game, with a draw for a holiday prize, plus many other goodies. They will also be handing out exclusive access passes for the XDR Alliance networking party in Canary Wharf at Fairgame.

Menlo Security will be exhibiting on their Tiki-themed stand (AA60). Visitors can learn about Highly Evasive Adaptive Threats (HEAT) and find out if their organisation is susceptible to HEAT attacks through the company's HEAT Check penetration tool. Visitors are welcome to sign up for HEAT Checks and demos at:

For those looking to get together outside of the event, Menlo Security will also be hosting customers, prospects and partners at the Fox Pub, Warehouse K, 2 Western Gateway, E16 1DR, from 11am-11pm on Tues 20th and Weds 21st June where the company will be offering food and refreshments. To register, visit:​.

What's more, the Cyber House Party (CHP) will once again host an after-party with live DJs on Wednesday evening, 21st June 2023. The event will bring together the cybersecurity community in aid of NSPCC Childline. Starting in 2020, CHP set out to combine the informal networking that happens after industry events with fundraising. We're thrilled to have had their support since 2020, providing entertainment after our virtual events in 2021.

Watch this space for more info!

Register here to join us at Infosecurity Europe from 20-22 June, 2023.