Infosecurity Europe in London is guaranteed to leave its attendees with plenty of cyber security-based nuggets of information to chew over.
This year was no different as security luminaries, experts from major companies and a politician threw their opinions and thoughts into the mix.
We have a rundown of the top seven takeaways from this year's event.
7. Uber wants startups to put security at the heart of their operations
Samantha Davison, security awareness and education programme manager at Uber, urged startups to embrace security early on so that when they grow they can tackle threats at scale.
"Attackers and hackers aren’t going to wait for a company to become established before they go after your information, your data, your people. So it’s important to build security in from the get-go," she said.
"Working with the security team to build our large security programme gives [us] the opportunity to bake security into our culture. We’re making security part of our DNA."
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