What can you expect?
Corona, one year later… How have companies dealt with this unexpected and ever-changing crisis? Which transformations were implemented, what can we learn from the success stories and where do the challenges lie? During the online event Infosecurity.be, Data & Cloud Expo you will receive answers to these questions and we will dive into depth. The online event offers a strong substantive program, provided with live and pre-recorded sessions, with a focus on the latest innovations and developments within the IT industry with the main theme; Resilience: A rocking organization in changing times.
Under this central theme we categorize the sessions within the following sub-themes; Cloud & Infrastructure, Security & Privacy, Data & AI and Digital transformation & Innovation.
In addition, we automatically connect you with relevant exhibitors via an unique matchmaking system that is implemented in the online platform.
Visit the online platform
After you have registered for the online event, you will receive an email with access to the online platform. Here you participate in the online event.
- Register and log in for Infosecurity.be, Data & Cloud Expo online
After your registration, you will receive an email with a link to log in to the online platform as soon as the online platform is available.
- We look for suitable matches
Within the platform you will receive personal recommendations for connections that match your profile. Besides, you can start looking for relevant sessions based on your preferences.
- You can put together your personal program yourself
With our recommendations you can compile your personal program. You can also contact exhibitors at the online platform and schedule appointments for during the event.
- Ready! You are optimally prepared
You are fully prepared for your online visit to Infosecurity.be, Data & Cloud Expo on March 31 and April 1.
Not only your knowledge, but also your network will be boosted by a visit to this online event.
“A rocking organisation in changing times”
Under pressure from the current situation, organizations are forced to be more effective, efficient, transparent and above all more flexible. The danger of reacting too quickly to new developments is lurking. In addition, these lightning-fast developments also make it possible for organizations to undergo a digital transformation in no time.