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Upcoming European security conferences & exhibits (18/01/2016)

Events Calendar

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

Information Day on Civil Protection
19 January 2016, Brussels, BE

RPAS CivOps 2016
19-20 January 2016, Brussels, BE

2nd International Conference on Information Systems Security and Privacy – ICISSP 2016
19-21 February 2016, Rome, IT

Cyber Defence and Network Security 2016
19-22 January 2016, London, UK

8th International Cybersecurity Forum
25-26 January 2016, Lille, FR

International Data Transfers after the Invalidation of the Safe Harbour Decision
26 January 2016, Brussels, BE

The Global Cybersecurity Innovation Summit
26-27 January 2016, London, UK

CBRN First Response 2016
26-28 January 2016, Bristol, UK

CPDP 2016
27-29 January 2016, Brussels, BE

UNISDR Science and Technology Conference on the implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030
27-29 January 2016, Geneva, CH

Nice Global Forum on Homeland Security & Crisis Management
2-5 February 2016, Nice, FR

Understanding and Tackling the Migration Challenge: The Role of Research
4-5 February 2016, Brussels, BE

The 2nd International Conference on Information Systems Security and Privacy
19-21 February 2016, Rome, IT

NCT CBRNe Europe 2016
23-25 February 2016, Amsterdam, NL

Odysseus Network’s 1st Annual Policy Conference
26-27 February 2016, Brussels, BE

CoU on Disaster Risk and Crisis Management
29 February 2016, Brussels, BE

Critical Infrastructure: Protection and Resilience Europe
2-3 March 2016, The Hague, NL

CBRNe Summit Europe 2016
2-4 March 2016, Paris, FR

Gartner Identity and Access Management Summit
14-15 March 2016, London, UK

2016 Conference on big data from space (BiDS’16)
15-17 March 2016, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, ES

Unmanned Systems Europe 2016
22-23 March 2016, Brussels, BE

ASIS 15th European Security Conference & Exhibition
6-8 April 2016, London, UK

Security & Counter Terror Expo
19-20 April 2016, London, UK

Defence Satellites
10-12 May 2016, Brussels, BE

Infosecurity Europe
7-9 June 2016, London, UK

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