•Information security equipment
•Cryptography and access restriction
•Services and training
•Smart card systems
•NEW - Electronic document management security
Exhibitors include NCS, Rantech, LPPSH, Signal-T, STT GRUPP, ANNA, Falcongaze, Priborostroitel, Confident, Art Distribution, Informzaschita Training Centre, Security Code, SOKZI, CSTBI, Centre for Business Risk, Inside Information Protection and Gazinformservis.
A key event of IS.CS 2012 is the 4th edition of the ‘Information Security: Nevskiy Dialogue’ scientific-practical conference. The main themes of the conference this year are:
•Protecting personal data
•Electronic document management security
•Increasing the protection of information networks
Security Code, a company which plays an active role in the conference each year, is again a conference section partner. This year, the company is partnering the ‘Control and protection of confidential information within businesses. Practical experience in building technical systems for protecting personal data and their compliance with state regulators’ requirements’
Playing an active role for the first time, Informzaschita Training Centre is acting as a partner to the ‘Improving security of information networks’ section of the ‘Information Security: Nevskiy Dialogue’ conference. Alongside this, specialists from the Centre will hold a masterclass entitled ‘Protecting information from leaks yourself’, a quiz on ‘Protecting against unauthorised access to information’
Among the organisations involved in preparing and organising the event are: the Federal Service for Technical and Export Control for the North-West Federal Region, the Federal Service for Supervision in the Sphere of Telecoms, Information Technologies and Mass Communications for St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region, and the Federal Security Service for St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region.
The exhibition is officially supported by the Federal Service for Technical and Export Control, the St. Petersburg Institute for Information and Automatics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and the Committee for Information and Communications of the St. Petersburg City Government.
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