Results of Series of Conferences on Information Security SearchInform Road Show 2016

05.12.2016

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From 13 September to 29 November, there was held a series of free conferences SearchInform Road Show 2016 “Insider: Detect and Neutralise”. The event took place in 23 cities in Russia and the CIS and gathered 3057 participants, information security experts.

The SearchInform company annually gathers information security experts to discuss topical issues and tell about trends in information security sphere.

In 2016, the key topic of the conferences was a symbiosis of DLP and SIEM – peculiarities of interaction of these two tools to prevent and investigate incidents related to sensitive data breaches. Experts from SearchInform delivered their speeches telling about real experience and cases of customers. They also told about new information security threats and presented updates of the company’s products. In some cities, the company’s clients also gave speeches – they told about day-to-day experience of using SearchInform DLP and shared their information security life hacks.

“We are already using the DLP system, but I decided to participate in the conference to learn something new on this topic. The event turned out to be useful: I got interested in the system of work time control. Our company is expanding, so the issue of employees’ productivity is currently important for us,” shared the head of SB AO VTB Registrator.

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“In our company, there is an acute issue of implementing modern technical solutions for data leakage protection. We understand that any activity and even inactivity of employees might result in an incident that can not be detected manually. So, we study thoroughly capabilities offered in the DLP market. Participation in the conference is a good chance to get to know about trends of data protection from leading experts in this sphere,” said Ann from information security department.

Following the results of Road Show, experts from SearchInform are making a traditional information security research and will share its results in  early 2017.