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Infosecurity Europe 2005 with an exclusive and unique Golfing competition
Netintelligence the market leading hosted end point security solution for both the consumer and the enterprise has today announced details of its plans for the Infosecurity Europe Event to be held in London’s Olympia.
Netintelligence will be showcasing its main portfolio of hosted security products that provide comprehensive unified threat protection for users of the internet and email both at home and in the workplace. In addition to creating a relaxed environment in which to discuss their needs, visitors to the Netintelligence stand will also have the opportunity to win an exclusive and unique golfing competition.
By simply completing an entry form, visitors to the stand will have the chance to win a round of golf for 2 at the exclusive and spectacular Loch Lomond Championship Golf Course - home of the Scottish Open. And to ensure that the winners get the most from their day, they will be the guests of PGA professional Gordon Sherry who will play alongside them offering tips, hints and a few chosen golfing anecdotes.
Gordon took the golfing world by storm when he was crowned British amateur champion in 1995 at the age of 21. He turned pro the following year and has competed in all of the majors. Today, whilst still competing on the challenger tour, Gordon’s main focus is the coaching of tomorrow’s young stars through his prodreamUSA and Ginger Golf golf academies.
Netintelligence will be present on stand 570 in the main hall at Olympia.
Infosecurity Europe is Europe's number one, dedicated Information Security event. Now in its 10th year, Infosecurity Europe continues to provide unrivalled education, new products & services, exhibitors and visitors from every segment of the industry. The show runs from Tuesday 26th until Thursday 28th April 2005 and is open from 10.00am until 5.00pm.