CeBIT Security World continues to grow
Date: Thu, 11/12/2009 - 18:30
CeBIT 2010, 2 to 6 March, Hannover
Despite the fact that money remains tight, companies are continuing to increase their investment in IT security. This has been confirmed by the latest IT security study carried out by the international Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA). This year's CeBIT visitor survey also registered increased interest in modern IT security technology. According to the survey more than 100,000 trade visitors believe that IT security will continue to be one of the big issues of the future.
Know-how in every area of security
In response to the growing concern about IT security it has been decided to greatly extend CeBIT Security World in 2010. CeBIT Security World is an international platform which addresses businessmen and decision-makers from every branch of business and industry, as well as government and the political community. The product range in the exhibition section embraces security software such as anti-spam filters and virus protection programs as well as authentification processes, digital card technology, mobile security applications, network security, cryptography, video surveillance and access control systems. Specialist consultants will also be offering their professional support in the planning and implementation of integrated, comprehensive solutions. Ernst Raue, Board Member of Deutsche Messe AG, reports: "Over the past few years CeBIT Security World has developed into one of the world's leading showcases in the field of IT security. This is now widely acknowledged by market players, and there is keen demand for exhibition space at CeBIT Security World 2010. Some existing exhibitors are even planning to increase the size of their stands."
Companies such as Aladdin (now known as SafeNet), Avira, Cherry, GData and the German Federal Office for Security (BSI) have, for example, already confirmed their stand booking. There are plans to extend the exhibition area in 2010 by more than 11,000 square meters.