#FIC2019 : The Key European Event Dedicated to Security and Digital Players
“The forum is a platform aimed at promoting a pan European vision of cybersecurity as well as strengthening the fight against cybercrime. In order to do so, the FIC relies on : – The trade show, to share knowledge and ideas, maintain contacts and find new services; – The forum, to discuss and debate with experts, to gather ideas and to share professional lessons; – The Observatory, to continue exchanging views and information after the FIC, to explore topics in greater depth and like minded throughout the year.“(1)
This event will host more than 8,500 attendees, including 1,300 foreign visitors representing 80 countries.
Security and Privacy “By Design” is the FIC 2019’s Main Topic
The security and protection of personal data will be the main topic of this event. As a real business requirement based on a new legal imperative with the RGPD, “by design” raises many challenges (psychological, human, technical, financial).
All these aspects will be explored during the event through the numerous workshops, conferences and exchanges opportunities with the partners offering advanced security tools and technologies.
On this occasion, the experts of the Brainwave GRC Identity Analytics solution invite you to a discussion about Hexatrust.
Founded in 2010, the innovative Identity Analytics software provider, Brainwave GRC, is dedicated to helping companies fight fraud, data breaches and cyber attacks. They have more than 60 customers worldwide representing more than 3 millions analyzed identities, more than 1 billion of controlled access rights, and more than 1,000 reviews completed each month.
Book your meeting now and get more details about Brainwave GRC’s solutions : [email protected]
Access and Hours
Lille Grand Palais
1 Boulevard des Cités Unies
59 777 Lille – Euralille
- Tuesday January 22 from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
- Wednesday January 23 from : 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Brainwave GRC | [email protected] I phone. : + 33 1 84 19 04 10
(1) www.forum-fic.com/en – What is the FIC?