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InfoWatch Group to Become General Partner of BIS Summit 2018

InfoWatch Group, a Russian vendor of end-to-end enterprise cybersecurity solutions, will become a general partner of international Business Information Security Summit (BIS Summit) 2018 to be held on September 14, 2018, at Ukraina Hotel's Congress Park (Moscow). BIS Summit 2018 will focus on information security convergence in the modern digital world.

The first panel session will explore the difference in cybersecurity approaches in the Western and Eastern digital economy models. To moderate the session, the summit organizers invited Ilya Massukh, President of Information Democracy Development Foundation; Rustem Khairetdinov, President of Business Information Security Association (BISA) and Vice President of InfoWatch Group; and Oleg Sedov, BISA Editor-in-Chief.

As part of the second panel session ‘Information Security Culture Convergence,’ moderated by Alexey Lukatsky, Cisco Business Consultant and BISA Expert, business executives and government officials will speak about how information security culture can change the quality of business and life.

The summit’s evening sessions will cover business process security and compliance of Russian cybersecurity solutions with regulatory requirements.

In addition, the event will feature a demo zone where attendees can test innovations by various vendors and have a look and feel of promising enterprise cybersecurity technologies.

The annual BIS Summits have been held in Moscow for 11 years, traditionally bringing together key information security experts from Russia and other countries of the near and far abroad, each being able to share his or her own vision of the cybersecurity industry issues, trends and prospects. Last year, the summit welcomed over 1,000 attendees and 2,000+ online viewers.

To register or get more information about the summit agenda and attendees, please visit the website of BIS Summit 2018.

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The first summit (formerly known as ‘DLP-Russia’) attended by 150+ leading cybersecurity experts was held in Moscow back in 2008. Over the last 11 years, the event (later renamed to ‘BIS Summit’ in 2014) welcomed more than 6,000 attendees and 200 speakers from all over the world, with 14 conferences held both in Russia and the CIS, including Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Minsk, and Baku.