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Why Exhibit

The ePrivacy Conference will bring together 300+ senior security professionals from Central Government, Local Authorities and the Health Sector to share their strategies for and insights into complying with the new ePrivacy Regulation across the public sector.

The event is designed to provide public sector professionals with the opportunity to meet, network and do business with the UK's leading technology supplier's whilst overcoming the challenges presented by new privacy and data protection regulations.

Due to the topic of the conference and the expected delegates, exhibiting will be ideal for suppliers of the following services and solutions:

  • Apps
  • Data Governance & Risk Auditing
  • Cloud Security
  • Network Security & Network Security Applications
  • Data Security, Data Loss Prevention, Secure Data Destruction
  • Network Security & Network Security Applications
  • Email Security & Encryption
  • Skills, Recruitment & Training
  • Telecomms
  • Direct Marketing (Email Service Providers etc.)
  • Mobile Devices
  • Data Sharing
  • Data Centres

This list is not exhaustive, and if you are interested in a sponsorship opportunity at the event, please contact us by clicking here.

“The new E-privacy Directive recognises that widespread public access to digital mobile networks and the internet opens up new possibilities for organisations and users, but also new risks to their privacy. As the UK’s public sector relies on processing communications content and holds everything from tax records to biometric data, it is crucial that organisations act now to ensure they are in line with the new legislation.”
Rapporteur for the ePrivacy Regulation, European Parliament


Benefits of Exhibiting:


Engage with leaders across all areas of the public sector


Understand the latest policies and tailor your solutions to the needs of the sector


Demonstrate your products, services and solutions in a live environment


Meet with existing customers and gain access to a new range of clients


Generate fresh and worthwhile leads


Conduct face-to-face meetings with new customers in a short-space of time

Lead the conversation

Lead the conversation and ensure your business is seen as a leader in the sector


Get real ROI on your investment

Who Will Attend?


This topic will be very important in the next few months and I am keen to learn more about it. It would be good to have experts covering links between GDPR and ePrivacy regulation.

Marketing Manager, OneTrust

This topic will definitely be of interest for the whole public sector, especially for Local Government since they are providing services directly to the public.

Business Consultant Information Governance Operations, Essex City Council

Would like to hear about policy updates on ePrivacy and hear best practice case studies on GDPR and ePrivacy implementation in the public sector. Would also like to gain info on Freedom of Information requests and subject access requests.

Head of Knowledge and Information Management, DIFD

Would like to hear more about the Data Protection Bill/Act 2017-19 and to hear about eProvacy regulation. What we should do? I would like to see more on the actual solutions. It would be good to hear about sharing of personal and communications data between public and private sector.

Head of Legal Services, Dartford Borough Council

ePrivacy will be a very hot topic after GDPR's deadline comes into force. It would be really good to hear how this is addressed by different organisations across the public sector, especially from Central Government, NHS and Local Government.

Partner, Adapt Consulting