The Russian cybercriminal underground is a complex, sophisticated, and bustling hive of activity, continuing to thrive alongside the government's new restrictive internet policies that censor information and limit the content citizens can access. This Session breaks down Russia's attempts to crack down on free internet use and illustrates the implications for businesses, consumers, and cybercriminals alike. It also provides a comprehensive breakdown of cyber threats originating on the Russian dark web and delves into the serious implications of Russia's state-sponsored cyber warfare tactics, designed to cause political unrest in numerous Western-world democracies.
To connections old and new, Coming on board as Junior Editor for The Stack in 2014, I could never have dreamed of the success we have achieved in such a small space of time – at our peak, reaching a global readership of one million. The idea to forge a small editorial team within the... Read More
W3BCLOUD touted as ‘first independent cloud computing blockchain infrastructure’ Blockchain heavyweight ConsenSys is partnering with hardware giant AMD and Abu Dhabi-based Halo Holdings to develop W3BCLOUD – a new cloud solution built for blockchain workloads. It’s no surprise that ConsenSys is in charge of software duties for the new platform and that it will be... Read More
Firm determined to expand data centre presence with new ARM-based CPU and servers, despite growing political resistance from abroad Huawei has unveiled its new ARM-based Kunpeng 920 chip, a next-generation chip for servers, despite mounting resistance to its hardware from abroad. Huawei said the chipset, developed in partnership with UK-based ARM holdings, is faster and... Read More
As cyber security is the hot topic at the moment, there are many exhibitors with new product showcase and conference speakers sharing their expertise, I find it very informative and insightful. My job scope covers a broad spectrum, having other shows like Big Data and IoT in one room is very convenient. Look forward to coming back next year too!
Deputy Manager, Land Transport Authority
I’m interested in a couple of topics (i.e. Internet of Things, eCommerce and cloud & cyber security), so that’s why I’m here. We’ve just finished a conversation with NETSCOUT and are quite interested in their products – we will keep in touch with them to see how we can further collaborate.
IT Manager, BSH Home Applications Pte Ltd
The event was good and informative. I've attended this event to browse for more products and solutions which we can use in our organisation to improve operations efficiency. I'll definitely be back next year.
Team Lead, FMIS ICT Strategy, Lead and Innovation, Ministry of Economy and Finance
I attend this show with no particular focus but the speaker line up is good, the topics covered are wide as well. The speakers provide insightful content that are relevant to my job – cloud, cyber security, networks and the co-location of different shows help to save time too!