Park Plaza Victoria Hotel, London
12th-13th October 2021
BankSec 2021 is the industry’s leading conference focused on self-service security, access control and cyber. The event comprises a high-quality speaker programme containing important contributions from leading banks, government and law enforcement agencies, solutions providers and a range of industry bodies. This is complemented by a vendor technology exhibition area where delegates can view the latest physical and logical security products and services, share ideas and network with industry peers.
A record 880 delegates representing 330 organisations from 75 countries worldwide registered to attend BankSec 2020, when it was held as a virtual conference. Click here to see a list of banks, analysts and industry suppliers that attended.
Exhibit or sponsor:
email Emily Camara
Submit a speaker proposal:
email Jeni Bloomfield
£1,360 +vat until 30/06/2021
(usual price £1,700 +vat)
£750 +vat (delegate must be employed
by a confirmed sponsor or exhibitor)
The two-day conference features case studies by leading banks, law enforcement agencies and industry experts. We are currently working on the speaker programme for this year’s event. Click here to view the agenda from last year’s conference.
Access control and branch security • AI and machine learning • Black box attacks • Cybersecurity • Gas/explosive attacks • Hacking • Industry cooperation and information sharing • Insider fraud • IoT-enabled security • Law enforcement • Malware • Mobile authentication and biometrics • Note degradation • Regulation and security standards • Social engineering • Video surveillance and behavioural analytics
The floorplan to the right shows exhibitors at BankSec 2020. For further details click on the floorplan. Thank you to all of our sponsors and exhibitors for supporting the event.
To find out more about BankSec 2021, or receive a prospectus, please contact Emily Camara.
media and press
We offer complimentary press accreditation to editorial team members, freelance journalists, broadcasters and analysts wishing to cover the event.
Media accreditation gives full access to conference, including all content sessions, the exhibition hall and networking facilities.