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Global Network and Data-security Spending will Exceed $10 billion by 2016

Fri, 08/05/2011 - 5:57am
The constant exposure to cyber threats, what more with the emergence of new ones via social media has resulted in companies the world over investing heftily in upgrading their information security system. Total expenditure on secure routers, unified threat-management appliances, VPNs, network-access control, firewalls and intrusion detection/prevention systems will rise from $6 billion in 2010 and exceed $10 billion by 2016.

Anticipating the growing potential of threats in Information Security, JFPS Group is organizing Infosecurity World Exhibition & Conference 2012 with the theme “Forging New Businesses and Strategic Alliances” on 21 till 22 March 2012 at Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Infosecurity World Exhibition & Conference 2012 is the world’s fully integrated trade show targeted exclusively towards the information security industry whilst incorporating three specialized showcases; Data Storage Showcase 2012, Cloud Computing Showcase 2012, and Software Development Showcase 2012. This event is also due to run concurrently with the InfoSec Asia 2012 conference.

Some of the features of Infosecurity World Exhibition & Conference 2012 include:

• Strong trade focus: connecting business owners with buyers
• Expanded trade mart and business showcases
• Extensive Networking Opportunities: business matching sessions encourage quality interactions between buyers and sellers

The show will attract over 5,000 visitors locally and internationally, and will feature over 160 industry players from across the globe and is guaranteed to deliver thousands of qualified trade buyers. The opportunity to interact and exchange ideas will be prevalent at this world class event as it serves as the grand platform for information security professionals.

For more information on the event, log on to www.infosecurityworld.net.

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