September 2015

We’re delighted to have been invited by NATO to present a workshop on new technologies for sharing information at their annual NATO Information Assurance Symposium (NIAS 2015) which will be held in Mons, Belgium this month.

Our presentation on “Reducing the security burden – new technologies for information sharing” is part of the “Today’s Information assurance challenges” strand at the conference.

The workshop will explore emerging and future technologies and approaches that will reduce the security burden, and thereby increase both flexibility and responsiveness in future operational environments.

As well as presenting the workshop, our team will also be participating in the Exhibition Hall at stand (B24). Feel free to drop by to discuss your secure information exchange issues and find out more about how we can help.

NIAS 2015 is NATO’s number one Cyber Defence event and is the symposium of choice for cyber and network security professionals NATO-wide. Featuring an unrivalled education programme and over 1,300 unique visitors from every segment of NATO, it is the most important date in the calendar for cyber security professionals across NATO.

NIAS 2015 is organised by the NCI Agency and takes places between the 15-17th September in Mons, Belgium. Our presentation will take place on Wednesday 16th at 2pm.

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