InfoSecurity Russia - your key to Russian IT & Security Market

InfoSecurity Russia is the only IT Security exhibition in Russia and major business event which plays an integral role in networking between suppliers and decision makers. InfoSecurity Russia - the part of InfoSecurity Group - is one of the most important worldwide events, and provides to international companies an unique platform for developing business on Russian IT security market.

The event opens its doors in Moscow, Crocus Expo, 23-25 September 2015


High Profile of Audience

InfoSecurity Russia provides vendors with a unique route to top managers and decision-makers of Russian system integrators and end-users.

48,4% of InfoSecurity Russia 2014's audience - major corporate and state customers
16,4% of visitors - integrators

40,56 % of visitors make decisions on procurement within the frames of collegial body

25,56% of visitors arrange decisions on procurement

12,5 % make decisions on procurement on their own

Janne Vara, Blancco CEO:

Russia is very good-potential and interesting market for us and I think that InfoSecurity Russia /ItSec by Groteck is number one event for this purpose, if you want to be here in Russia, this is the place to be here. It is getting more and more better all the time

Big businesses. Real Investment

Visitors by economical Sector:

19,3% - Industrial enterprises
18,1% - Financial Sector
12,4% - Oil&Gas Industry
16,8% - Fuel&Energy
19,1% - Small&Medium businesses
29,1% - Govermental customers
11,2% - Internet Providers
34,8% - It/Telecom/Wireless
10,9% - Transport/Logistics/Infrastructure
8,3% -   Law Enforces
12,8% - Medicine
9,7% -   Eductional institutions
7,1% -   Constraction
9,3% -   Retail
4,2% -   Mass Media
2,1% -   Buyer (Individual Person)

15,4% of visitors are investing more than 30 million rubles in information security this year.

Chris Rottner, Enterprise Account Executive AirWatch by VMware: 

InfoSecurity Russia/ItSec by Groteck 
is a great event. We participate since last year and customers are very interested in our technologies and investigate into our technology. This year the number of customers has grown quite dramatically.


Lead Generation

- We create for you personal page on our web-site where you can place all information about your company and sollutions.
- We inform professional community about your proposals in advance. 6000+ visitors from Russian industry community come to your booth being informed about your sollutions and products.
- We send you list of leads which consists of specialists pre-registered their interest.
- At the expo you can order scanner and get list of your booth visitors.
- After the exhibition we place all your materials in PDF to your personal page on our web-site. We send you list of people downloded your materials.

You got lists of leads before, 
during and after the show.

Why Exhibit?

Our exhibitors get not only the expo space but premium media package and professional support in developing strong relations with the entire information security market.

Jean-Noel de Galzain 
(Wallix CEO):

For Wallix this event is partically important, because we believe in partnership between Russian market and European market. We invest in Russian market for more than 2 years now and we are more and more involved into Russian market. For Wallix it is important to be presented here to introduce our new releases, to meet our customers and partners.


Generate new sales leads  
Access senior active decision makers
Raise awareness of your company brand and available products
Uphold and educate your existing clients and gather new ones
Develop channel networks

Laszlo Jobbagy, 
Balabit IT Security:


We have been on Russian market for the several years and we have already large customers in Russia and we want to have more. We have been a regular participant in InfoSecurity Russia/IT Sec by Groteck because it is important to be thehe for foreign brand awareness. Our potential customers would know that we are presented in the market.



Why Attend?

Network with the leading industry gurus

Infosecurity Russia brings together the entire industry chain: suppliers, manufacturers and distributors of everything that is Information Security;
Compare products and/or supplier offerings 

Ensure that you select the correct product/service for your business from the ranges on display from the 130+ exhibitors;

 Keep abreast of the latest industry movements   

If its hot, its here. From new product launches to informative seminars on the showfloor Infosecurity Russia is a showcase for new innovations;
Best Educational Practicies

 With a host of practical guidance sessions from industry experts, youll have access to the leading insight on the hottest topics, allowing you to do your job better and continue to keep your business secure.

Make better informed purchase decisions

With more than 130 exhibiting companies in attendance this is your opportunity to assess all solutions on offer in an impartial environment; and to attend the educational seminars and let our panel of high-profile industry experts answer your specific questions on issues ranging from implementation issues to best practice examples, worldwide case studies and much more





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InfoSecurity Russia 2015 calls for speakers! InfoSecurity Russia is the only IT Security exhibition in Russia and major business event which plays an integral role in networking between suppliers and decision makers and keeping security professionals connected.


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