Notes from the E-Crime Congress 2016

Published: 11 March 2016

Kev Pearce, E-Crime Congress 2016 Notes

By Kev Pearce

One of the advantages of going to a series of regular events is that people get to know you. The eCrime attendees know what they want and that can only be a good thing. It is a really comfortable event to attend, with good debate and conversation with delegates and other vendors alike.

Andy Harris delivers plenary to E-Crime Congress

As we've grown over the years, we've developed the budget and the gravitas to be able deliver one of the plenary sessions. This was our first plenary at the E-Crime congress, it certainly increased traffic to our stand.

Whole Stand at E-Crime Congress

I've always believed in the power of real, live demos, if I were a customer I'd want to see just what I could get from a product. You get to see just how things work and you can see the choices that the developers have made in terms of UI navigation, and one can get a sense of speed and responsiveness of a product. No hiding behind power point, let’s encourage vendors to show solutions live and uncut!!!

Catherine at E-Crime Congress

This time our top demo request was for Privileged Analytics, in particular we were showing the link to Privileged Session Management with keystroke searching and play back of session recordings.

Every event we attend this year, you will have the opportunity to see real product, that is our commitment to our colleagues in the industry who take the time to attend these events.

Release Date: 
Friday, 11 March 2016
Article Type: 
Blog Post
Kev Pearce