Nowadays, the world is developing rapidly in the sectors of Internet of Things (IOT), artificial intelligence (AI), financial technology, e-commerce, and big data. The world’s dependence on information technology is increasing day by day, and information security will become the biggest potential danger.

Within Informa Group, we have strong brands in Information Security, such as Black Hat-The world’s top InfoSec event, Dark Reading-the world-leading InfoSec news platform, and Information week-one of the world’s largest information technology media, etc. Within these exclusive forces working together, INSEC WORLD is positioned to build the largest, and unbiased information security platform in the Asia-Pacific region for exploring, innovating and connecting between developers and end-users.


Black Hat – From its inception in 1997, Black Hat has grown to the most respected information security event series internationally, leading the latest in information security research, development, and trends in a strictly vendor-neutral environment. Black Hat offers attendees the most professional technical courses and forums on security topics and attracts over ten thousand attendees from almost one hundred different countries to participate in each year. Also, more than 300 exhibitions will take part in Black Hat for product display and business communication.

InformationWeek – InformationWeek defines the value of technology in the age of digital business. As the world’s most trusted business technology resource, InformationWeek offers independent insight and advice to help today’s IT leaders navigate the fast-changing technology landscape and identify the best strategies and tools to drive their organizations forward.

Dark Reading –the web’s most comprehensive, timely, and interactive online community for the exchange of information about cyber security issues, now the most trusted online community for security professionals which provides potential defences for the latest cyber threats and technology trends that may help protect their most sensitive data. Meanwhile, Dark Reading encompasses 13 communities and each community is led by editors and subject matter experts who collaborate with security researchers, technology specialists, industry analysts and other Dark Reading members to provide timely, accurate and informative articles that lead to spirited discussions.