Upcoming Events


Manchester Central Convention Complex

The National Cyber Security Centre is proud to present CYBERUK 2018 as the Government’s flagship event for cyber security in the UK. Over three days, it will bring together over 2000 cyber security leaders and professionals from across the UK’s information security community. There will be participants from Government, the Critical National Infrastructure, Industry academia and the third sector.

DSA 2018

MITEC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Having run for 30 years and rated as one of the Top 5 Defence Shows in the World, DSA 2018 will display some of the most sophisticated hardware & software in land, air & sea, Electronic Warfare defence, battlefield healthcare products/technology, training & simulation systems and police and security peripherals. With 42,000 trade visitors from 70 countries/nations and over 350 delegations from more than 45 countries/nations, 2018’s exhibition is set to be the biggest yet.

EW Europe 2018

Congrès Beaulieu in Lausanne, Switzerland

The 23rd edition of Electronic Warfare Europe will take place at the Congrès Beaulieu in Lausanne, Switzerland. The exhibition and conference will take place on 5th-7th June 2018 and will bring together the communities involved in EW, SIGINT, C4ISR, Cyber EM Activities (CEMA) and more. This is an unclassified truly-global EW networking opportunity, exhibition, workshop and conference.

Eurosatory 2018

Paris, France

Eurosatory, the international land and airland Defence and Security exhibition, takes place every two years in order to gather the whole offer and demand of the domains. It was created in its original form in 1967 and has never stopped evolving. Attendees’ number always increased, visitors as well as exhibitors.

Land Forces 2018

Adelaide, Australia

Presented in collaboration with the Australian Army, LAND FORCES 2018 is an inter-national industry exposition to showcase equipment, technology and services for the armies of Australia and the Indo-Asia-Pacific. The region boasts some of the fastest-growing economies in the world, bringing prosperity and better lives to billions of people. But growing threats, including those presented by non-state actors, mean the demand for defence technology to safeguard the region's prosperity and security has never been greater. In 2014, the combined defence budgets of the nations making up the Asia and Indo-Pacific region amounted to US$183 billion.