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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:

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

Past events

Latest blog

CBTC events: London FOCUSED on CBTC in March 2015

A interview extract with Doc Frank, provided by Railway Signalling EU. Doc Frank will be speaking on March 5th discussing Australian developments at the Sagacity Media 2nd annual CBTC conference.


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DF: Yes, but not only that. If you look at the global conferences for CBTC, London is hands down the centre of the world. I know of only two conferences on CBTC worldwide at present, and they are both held in London. There is the CBTC World Congress in November  which has become quite big, with hundreds of delegates from all over the world. In March, there is a smaller conference on CBTC, but of very high quality regarding speakers and attendees, which I think is a must to attend (http://railcontrolsystems.com/). That one is on the fifth of March, and the week after, there is that big event Metro Rail 2015 which I also consider very important from a CBTC perspective. So I can do two conferences and my seminar with just one overseas trip, which is perfect for me.

RS: Can you tell us more about the agenda of those two weeks?

DF: Well yes, and I apologise for starting with my own event, which I need to if I want to keep it in chronological order. On March 3-4 I will host myCBTC Kickstarter training course in a very nice conference hotel in Kensington, which I believe is the first training seminar on CBTC fundamentals that London, and Europe for that matter, has seen in a long time. Registration will open very soon in early February, still working on the website to get built (http://www.CBTCkickstarter.com). March 5 brings the CBTC conference that I talked about, in a nice area of Docklands. Oh dear, I sound like a tourist, talking about nice venues all the time (laughs). In the following week, it is again me first, sorry. As part of Metro Rail 2015 I will give an opening workshop on “CBTC and High Performance Railways” in the afternoon of March 9. The Metro Rail conference itself is on March 10-11. Busy two weeks, I can tell you, but man will this be awesome!





“U.K. Power Grid is Under Attack From Hackers Every Minute, Says Parliament”

“U.K. Power Grid is Under Attack From Hackers Every Minute, Says Parliament”

Article Credits By Jillian Ward Jan 9, 2015 12:01 AM GMT @bloombergbusiness


Photographer: Jason Alden/Bloomberg Commercial buildings are seen illuminated at night in the Canary Wharf business and financial district in London, U.K. Britain’s electricity transmission network is constantly subject to cyber-attack and threats to infrastructure will remain high over the next few months, the nation’s Computer Emergency Response Team statistics show. Close

The U.K. government is one step ahead of hackers trying to turn off the country’s lights — for now.

The prospect of cyber-attacks on the nation’s power network is a major threat to the country’s security, according to James Arbuthnot, a member of parliament who chaired the Defense Select Committee until last year. He plans to visit National Grid Plc (NG/) next month to discuss the issue.
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Top 5 cybersecurity risks for 2015 CNBC discusses with the Cyber Senate

Top 5 cybersecurity risks for 2015

Zmeel Photography | E+ | Getty Images

From identity theft and fraud to corporate hacking attacks, cybersecurity has never been more important for businesses, organizations and governments.

Hacking experts warn there are plenty more security risks ahead in 2015 as cyber criminals become more sophisticated. While “traditional” cybercrime such as internet password fraud will still be widespread in 2015, larger scale espionage attacks and hacking the Internet of Things (IoT) will also be risks.

CNBC take a look at the biggest threats to your online world in 2015.

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