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Welcome to Sagacity Media

We are a research driven, independent events media organiser, providing first class, exclusive networking opportunities for the B2B industry. Our vision is simple: Content is King. Our events deliver high value, topical insight and solutions to pressing industry challenges through interactive Conferences, Training courses, Webinars, Roadshows and exclusive Directors Clubs. We work diligently to deliver the best in Smart Infrastructure events, across multiple sectors and their respective peripherals.

Why attend our events?

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  • I was reflecting on the day on the train back and have to say it was an excellent event and I wish you all the best with the efforts. There is a huge potential and I commend you for booking good speakers.. I have made recommendations to my security colleagues that this is one to look out for as one with better structure and content than other conferences.

    Henrik Magnusson -Enterprise Architect, SSE, Scottish and Southern Energy

  • “A great job organizing an event that is distinct from other cyber security events I have been to! I will definitely come to the next one.” Privacy & Security advisor | Governance, Risk & Compliance

    Johan Rambi, Alliander

  • I agree with you about the different approach of the current CBTC conference and I like Sagacity Media's approach (from engineering/implementation perspective) more than other CBTC events, last March was absolutely inspiring!

    Rob de Vries, ProSpoor

Next events 2015:

  • CBTC London March 5th conference
  • Industrial control cybersecurity Europe September 29th and 30th 2015
  • Industrial control cybersecurity USA October 6th and 7th Sacramento California 2015
  • Asset information and data management for Smart Rail

Past events

Latest blog

Communications Based Train Control London 2015

Sagacity Media’s 2nd Annual conference March 5th, is the only event that is entirely focused and dedicated to Communications Based Train Control from a Engineering and Technical perspective, addressing implementation from a strategic planning perspective.We are planning for next March now, building the agenda and speaking to the best speakers in the industry. If you are interested in being involved, please contact us at +44 (0)20 70 96 1754.
” I usually attend the big shows with 500 or more attendees and you simply do not get the type of dialogue generated today or the close knit face to face interaction we had – great job!”
“Rarely do we get the chance to hear from Operators of this level and seniority, open up like this and engage in such dialogue!- Thank you”

Communications Based Train Control (CBTC) Conference

London 2015 – Call for Papers james@sagacity-media.com +44 (0)20 7096 7154

New communications based signalling technology (CBTC) can transform the rail industry, providing numerous benefits such as increasing capacity, operational efficiency, reducing headway and improving the ability to respond to growing passenger demand.

Averting the costs of developing new lines through the optimization of existing rail infrastructure sounds ideal, however there are many challenges in implementing communication based control.

On March 10th 2015, industry leaders will come together to share insight, best practice and gain further understanding in critical infrastructure train control issues such as implementation, cost and maintenance, migration, conducting risk assessments and interoperability. 

” I usually attend the big shows with 500  or more attendees and you simply do not get the type of dialogue generated  today or the close knit face to face interaction we had – great job!

Rarely do we get the chance to hear from Operators of this level and seniority, open up like this and engage in such dialogue!Thank you


More than 50 Norwegian oil and energy companies have been hacked by unknown attackers, according to government security authorities.

A further 250 firms have been advised by the Norwegian government that they ought to check their networks and systems for evidence of a breach, The Local reports.

State-owned Statoil, Norway’s largest petro company, appears to be the main target of what’s described as the country’s biggest ever hack attack. Statoil is a major contributor to the Norwegian government’s coffers, and as such – unlike most major oil and gas companies, perhaps – its revenues mainly go to fuel the Scandinavian social miracle rather than funnelling wealth to the usual suspects.

National Security Authority Norway (Nasjonal Sikkerhetsmyndighet – NSM) passed on the warnings after it was tipped off regarding imminent attacks by “international contacts”.