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Upcoming European security conferences & exhibits (15/04/2018)

Here are some upcoming events related to European civil security we think readers should be aware of:

AERO 2018
18-21 April 2018, Friedrichshafen, Germany

Certification, IoT and collaboration- ENSIA Industry Event
24 April 2018, Brussels, Belgium

Innovation and Leadership in Aerospace (ILA) 2018
25-29 April 2018, Berlin, Germany

The European Navigation Conference (ENC) 2018
14-17 May, Gothenburg, Sweden

9th Annual Internet of Things European Summit
15-16 May, Brussels, Belgum

The 15th International Conference on Space Operations
28 May – 1 June, Marseille, France

2nd ENISA Training Event on Aviation Cybersecurity
29 May, Marousi, Greece

EBN Congress 2018- Future of Innovation
6-8 June 2018, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg

Annual Privacy Forum
13-14 June 2018, Barcelona, Spain

2018 FAA-EASA International Safety Conference
19-21 June 2018, Washington, DC

Toulouse Space Show
26-28 June 2018, Toulouse, France

Farnborough International Airshow
16-22 July 2018, Farnborough, United Kingdom

3rd Workshop on Securty, Privacy and Identity Management in the Cloud
27 August 2018, Germany

Fundamental Rights Forum 2018
25-27 September 2018, Vienna, Austria

CyberSec Conference 2018
8-9 October 2018, Krakow, Poland

ICT 2018
4-6 December 2018, Vienna, Austria

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