Sponsorship Opportunities

Financial Cryptography and Data Security 2017

International Financial Cryptography Association logo

Twenty-First International Conference
April 3–7, 2017
The Palace Hotel

IFCA is actively seeking sponsors for Financial Cryptography and Data Security 2017. FC17 represents a unique opportunity to present your company to key decision makers in the field. Attendees come from a variety of areas including banking, business, and top universities. With senior security architects from many major international businesses in attendance, as well as representatives from the key commercial players in the field, FC17 delivers exposure to a select but highly influential audience. Sponsorship is available at a number of levels as listed below. For further information, please email fc17general@ifca.ai.

Silver Sponsor

Silver Sponsors will have their company logo displayed on the FC17 website and on the conference program. In addition, Silver Sponsors may select one person to attend the conference free of charge.

Silver Sponsorship costs € 3,000.

Gold Sponsor

Gold Sponsors will have a more prominent company logo placement, including a display in the conference hall. A small exhibition area will be available alongside the conference hall where sponsors may set up a tabletop exhibition booth and offer company and product literature to attendees. In addition, Gold Sponsors may select two persons to attend the conference free of charge.

Gold Sponsorship costs € 5,000.

Platinum Sponsor

Platinum sponsors get all the benefits of Gold Sponsorship and more. In addition to the benefits listed above, Platinum Sponsors may select one of the major evening events to be held in their name. Platinum sponsors may send three delegates to the conference free of charge.

Platinum Sponsorship costs € 8,000.

Sponsor in Kind

IFCA is also looking for companies to help with the provision of services for the conference. If you are able to assist, please email fc17general@ifca.ai.




This conference is organized annually by the International Financial Cryptography Association.