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CounterCraft will exhibit at NIAS 2017, NATO’s annual cyber symposium, that will take place from 17 to 19 October in Mons, Belgium. We’ll be at stand B18 to talk about our Deception Platform and how it can help organizations gather high-quality intelligence on attackers while misdirecting them.
The evolution of IT security in recent years has generated a wide range of sensations: sometimes we feel like we are tripping over the same stone over and over.
Next week we’ll be exhibiting at Innovative City 2017, an event on the future of cities, which will take place in Nice (France). Our stand will be 70d (Pavillon Start Up).
We are back from Infosecurity Europe, the largest conference on information security in the region. Just like last year —when we participated for the first time as exhibitors— it was a remarkable experience.
CounterCraft will be one of the fifteen international partners involved in a project called TITANIUM (Tools for the Investigation of Transactions in Underground Markets), created to stop criminals and attackers from using blockchain technology to hide from the police, while at the same time respecting the privacy and rights of legitimate users.