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YOU'RE INVITED: Cloud Security Expo - Asia's first dedicated cloud security event

15 Sep 16

Cloud Security Expo, Singapore is Asia’s first event dedicated to securing the cloud. Cloud security is the elephant in the room and sits at the top of the shopping list for CIOs and CISOs from both technology and enterprise sectors.

Cloud Security Expo will present an unrivalled line up of over 150 world-class cloud security solution providers including Barracuda, BT, Sophos, Darktrace, Akamai and Sangfor, hundreds of hours of free content from 40 real-life case studies led by expert practitioners and peerless networking opportunities.

Come and join the chief information security officers, heads of IT Security, cloud architects and senior executives from organisations across industry sectors who will be attending this much anticipated event. Learn from top business leaders and decision makers who are already benefiting from securing their cloud systems with confidence.

The event will allow you access to over 300 world-class industry speakers in a multi-stream conference, including:

In addition, there will be over 350 leading service providers and suppliers, including:

Cloud Security Expo, Singapore is taking place between 12-13 October, 2016 at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre in Singapore and is co-located with heavyweight tech events, Cloud Expo Asia and Data Centre World. Expected to welcome 13,000 senior IT professionals, this comfortably makes them the largest dedicated business events of their kind in Asia.

The best part? Register once for your FREE ticket and you will have FREE access to all three co-located events, answering the cloud security and data centre needs of all senior IT professionals in one location.

To find out more and to register your interest, click here.

Don't forget to bring your team or recommend a colleague to the events in just a few weeks time - and be entered into a prize draw to win up to $5,000 SGD.

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