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25 - 27 October 2022 // Nuremberg, Germany

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it-sa trade fair Impressions

Exhibition profile

Everything is geared to IT security at it-sa from 25 - 27 October 2022. Use this opportunity to exchange views with the leading IT security experts and source information on the latest products and services. Besides solutions for IT security and the top issues of cloud security, mobile security, encryption, IT compliance and biometry, the event offers a broad area for the presentation of basic aspects like network security, virus protection or basic IT protection.

Exhibitors of it-sa at their booths

Exhibitors & products

Which products are presented in which hall? Which exhibitors are on-site? Our exhibitor & product search helps you to plan your visit.

NürnbergMesse Floor Plan

Floor plan

Everything at a glance: the floor plan shows you an overview of the exhibition venue and everything on offer at it-sa in Nuremberg.

Network security

Today’s security sector is well networked and of course it will be coming together for it-sa. With our network security you are only one click away from your trade fairs on the security theme.

Media partners

Our media partners report on it-sa and innovations from the industry – so that you are always very well informed about the latest trends.


How to get to Nuremberg: whether you are travelling by car, train or aeroplane – thanks to the good connections and numerous parking opportunities, you can get to it-sa easily and conveniently. Plan your travel to it-sa now.

Staying in Nuremberg

As well as it-sa, Nuremberg offers a number of highlights: during your stay, enjoy the cultural and gastronomic diversity of the 1000 year old city of Dürer: private rooms or 5-star hotels, local Franconian food or haute cuisine, the Bardentreffen (open air world music festival) or Klassik Open Air (open air classical music festival) – you will be delighted with Nuremberg. Read more about the topic staying in Nuremberg.

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