InfoWatch linguistic technology experts will present the latest developments in company’s proprietary content analysis technologies on the International Conference on Cyber-Crime Investigation and Cyber Security (ICCICS2014) that will be held in Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on November 17-19, 2014.
The scientific conference is a part of The Third World Congress on Computing and Information Technology (WCIT). InfoWatch input will demonstrate how linguistic humanitarian technologies are successfully used in a technical sphere, and how information security technologies (DLP in particular) contribute to the development of modern science.
“Nowadays we can see a global increase of data leaks in every field of business. Leakage and theft can pass right to the direct or financial losses, for example, loss of customers, loss of money, reputational loss, negative references. And it can pass to the indirect losses – data transfer to direct competitors and some enticements. In this talk we’ll demonstrate what kind of information can be protected and what kind of digital technologies can help us to protect such data. We’ll give an overview of classic DLP-technologies and highlight recent work and future directions on techniques that are supposed to be a solution to some data leakage problems,” says Ekaterina Pshehotskaya, Technology development director at InfoWatch.
ICCICS2014 attendance is the 3-rd international scientific experience of InfoWatch in 2014. Earlier this year InfoWatch technical experts presented their technologies on the International Conference on Computing Technology and Information Management (ICCTIM2014) in Dubai and on the International Conference on Digital Security and Forensics (DigitalSec2014) in Czech Republic.
Free Workshop for Linguistic Students
In conjunction with the International Conference on Cyber-Crime Investigation and Cyber Security (ICCICS2014), InfoWatch will be organizing a free workshop for students currently enrolled in linguistic programmes on the 17th of November.
This workshop aims to highlight an interesting career path in Information Security Technologies, particularly Data Leakage Prevention, available to those pursuing their studies in linguistics. However, seats are limited and will be provided on a first come first served basis.
To reserve seats please email firstname.lastname@example.org with name, education institution and contact details as well as number of pax attending.