Infosecurity events they are hot, hot, hot! As #IPEXPO launches in Madrid in June

January 12, 2012

By Mike Burkitt, AKA @Mike_at_LPDE

Part of the IP EXPO franchise is moving into the Spanish market on the back of a relationship with EasyFairs and it is billed as “most important end-to-end IT infrastructure event in Spain”

So after the fun of Infosecurity Europe, you’ll be able to top up your sales leads pool (or your tan) with Security12, part of the technology foci alongside virtualization, cloud and IP networks but without it’s UK bedfellows of storage and wireless. The inaugural Spanish IP EXPO will take place on13 – 14 June 2012 at the IFEMA Feria de Madrid.

Yes and with an average temperature, according to GoSpain “The average maximum temperature in Madrid in June is 82°F/28°C and the average minimum temperature is 55°F/13°C.” compare with an average of just 9°C in London in April for Infosecurity Europe attendees.  Security12 will certainly be hotter in one respect than Infosecurity Europe.

A variety of free seminars, conference panel debates, keynote lectures and workshops are organised. Here, industry specialists share their knowledge in short and quick sessions. The visitors are updated with market trends as well as new ideas.

The conference programme is combined with professional seminars and visionary presentations by technical managers and IT specialists. It’s just another one of the visitor-value-adds provided by easyFairs!

To be part of the conversation – “La seguridad es muy caliente” as long as you speak the lingo -(So far the solo tweet is in Spanish at: @IPEXPOES) contact Temis Fernández on: +34 91 636 2709  or via e-mail: temis@omexpo(dot)com




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