CyberTech 2015: The People, the Exhibition – In Pictures

8700 people attended the CyberTech 2015 conference held earlier this week. More than 100 local and international speakers discussed the latest innovations and developments in the field and about 170 companies and startups presented their cyber solutions. CyberTech in pictures 

CyberTech 2015: The People, the Exhibition – In Pictures

Around 8700 people attended the CyberTech 2015 conference held at the Israel Trade Fairs & Convention Center in Tel Aviv, organized by Israel Defense and sponsored by the National Cyber Bureau

The conference was opened by Yossi Vardi who served as its chairman. Then took the podium Dr. Eviatar Matania, head of the National Cyber Bureau​

Kristin Lovejoy, General Manager of the IBM Security Services Division, also spoke in the conference opening plenary

Taking the stage after her was Gil Shwed, president and founder of the Israeli Checkpoint. Instead of a speech, viewers got a special interview conducted by Yossi Vardi. The two discussed information security problems, in Israel and worldwide, and potential solutions

As lectures and discussions panels were held at the plenary halls, thousands of people toured the exhibition and were impressed by the propositions the Israeli companies present to the cyber world

At the end of the first day of the conference, the guests enjoyed a special festive cocktail evening, and a special performance by singer and actress Ania Bukstein

During the second day, thousands continued to arrive to pavilion 2 at the Trade Fairs & Convention Center, and enjoyed hundreds of exhibition booths and fascinating lectures. Among other things, they also enjoyed some salsa dancing

See you next year at CyberTech 2016

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