InfoSecurity Europe 2005

We’re at InfoSecurity Europe at the moment, which is running in London until the 28th April.

The exhibition is very popular this year: there are 266 exhibitors, and visitor numbers on the first day were up 17% on last year.

We’ve had a lot of people coming to our stand to find out about products. Presentations, particularly the one about the speed at which we react to new threats, have also aroused a lot of interest.

If you’re in the UK and you have time, come and see us! We’re at Stand 550, and we’re always glad to meet users and readers of our blog.

InfoSecurity Europe 2005

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