Infosec Europe is always a big affair that sees all the movers and shakers from the white hat community come together under one roof.
The 2015 show was no different and included big names from numerous industries and government departments, including GCHQ and Google, discussing existing and future trends in cyber security.
To make sure you don't miss any of the key insights and announcements, we've picked the 10 biggest headlines to come out of Infosec 2015.
10. White hats need better computer skills
We've been hearing warnings about a potentially disastrous cyber skills shortage for several years now.
Everyone from GCHQ and the UK government, to private companies such as APT specialist FireEye, has reported difficulties finding skilled security professionals to recruit.
Taking things further, Sophos global head of research James Lyne suggested that the problem may be worse than first thought, and that even existing white hats are woefully ill-informed on certain key topics.
Lyne used his time on the Infosec keynote stage to call for white hats to end their reliance on automated tools and begin learning how computers actually work and how they're hacked.
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