How to Sponsor
e-Crime Turkey is a prime opportunity to do business with senior decision-makers from global business who are directly responsible for setting strategy, engaging with service suppliers, and sourcing solutions for:
- Identifying gaps in existing security capabilities across people, processes, applications, data, and technology
- Assessing risk-based authentication and fraud detection platform to protect consumers and employees
- Extending protective capabilities across enterprises to include mobile customers, partners, suppliers and employees
- Protecting against IT security threats, including viruses, spyware, crimeware, hackers, phishing, and spam
- Threat intelligence covering existing and emerging threats from man-in-the-browser and man-in-the-middle attacks to DNS poisoning, phishing and credential centric malware
We will work with you to ensure that your participation is focused and appropriate to your aims:
The format of the event is especially designed to provide you with an unique platform to
showcase solutions' provide technical advice and offer thought leadership on how best to solve the challenges that delegates face.
We offer a number of sponsorship options, each providing differing benefits in terms of visibility and audience engagement.
In order to maximise your investment and facilitate business opportunities, all refreshment breaks and meals are taken in the exhibition area
For more information...
... including further details on the packages available to vendors and service suppliers, please contact:
Robert Walker, Director
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7841 2929
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7831 2175
A number of packages are available including:
What our sponsors say:
Deliver thought leadership on a complex topic or security issue by playing an active role in one of the main plenary sessions; highlight your expertise, share a platform with industry leaders, and present in front of the full conference delegation.
Education Seminar Sponsor:
Contribute to helping key stakeholders address challenges by hosting a case study or workshop based seminar. Conducted in a closed door environment, you have the opportunity to engage with a focused group of delegates and benefit from increased interaction. (No clash with plenary time - education seminars compliment the main agenda).
Set up a point of contact in the networking area, gain visibility, promote your brand, and showcase your technology. Exhibitors are encouraged to attend plenary sessions and education seminars in order to find out from clients about what issues they face and services/solutions they require. A cost effective way to promote your services and meet delegates face-to-face.
Thank you for an exciting and very well-organized event. It was a great opportunity for us to establish connection with many new potential clients as well as to educate ourselves on issues related to e-Crime.
Chief Operating Officer, Outpost24 AB
I thought that the conference was very good, very well attended and highlighted key issues that the community needs to deal with. The presentations were informative, well presented and in many cases, entertaining! The congress provided good networking opportunities.
Director Security, Policy & Continuity, IT Advisory, KPMG
eCrime Congress 2009 was a fantastic event and one that 7Safe is very pleased to have been associated with. Thanks to Howard and the team at AKJ for putting on such a well run couple of days.
Client Services Manager, 7Safe
e-Crime congress is probably the best platform for interacting with the people who really know what security issues are affecting businesses. Security taken seriously.
VP Marketing & Business Development, CRYPTOCard
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