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Silobreaker to exhibit at the Home Office Security & Policing Event

Fresh off the plane from San Francisco’s 2016 RSA Conference, we’re also set to be amongst the exhibitors at next week’s Home Office Security & Policing Event. 

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The conference, which describes itself as “the UK’s premier security and law enforcement event,” will take place on the 8th, 9th and 10th of March at the FIVE event space in Farnborough, Hampshire. 

“Aimed at police, law enforcement and security professionals who are tasked with security, civil protection and National Resilience, the event showcases world leading products and services, taking advantage of the unique opportunity to bring together people with operational needs with companies that have the relevant solutions, all within a secure environment.” (source: http://www.securityandpolicing.co.uk/)

Our booth, # Z6b will be located in the dedicated Cyber Security Zone (download a pdf map). If you’re going to be attending, do come and visit our booth where we’ll be running back-to-back demos of Silobreaker throughout. These will include a look at our brand new Network feature launched at RSA earlier this week. 

Cyber Security Zone Map

Our booth location within the Cyber Security Zone.

We'll be demonstrating our new Network feature at the event.

We’ll be demonstrating our new Network feature at the event.

 

We hope to see you there.

The Silobreaker Team

 

 

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