AnubisNetworks discusses Cyber Security in “Info-crime: Information Security & Cyber Crime Summit” in London

By Carla Barata • June 3, 2013

On 4th and 5th June it takes place the “Info-crime: Information Security & Cyber Crime Summit”, Central London, an event that aims the international exchange of knowledge information about security and cyber-crime issues.


CEO Francisco Fonseca will be a Key Speaker at the international security summit

Francisco Fonseca, CEO at AnubisNetworks – IT Internet Security company – will be Key Speaker for “Real Time Threat Detection & Intelligence”, presentation starting at 12:05 pm, on the 4th June.

The June 2013' Info-Crime Summit will provide information security professionals with the most up-to-date information, tools, trends, legislative information, products, services, and strategies for addressing information security & cyber-crime issues.

- “Within the new big data paradigm, it becomes increasingly difficult to process and identify threat events, relevant to business operations across a landscape of distinct and disperse networks, devices and applications. In this session we will be presenting a Real-time data processing and analysis technology that is extremely useful to detect and predict cyber-attacks. It correlates events from multiple sources as they happen, avoiding storing of large data volumes and offering Real-time actionable intelligence and rapid response. A real life example of activity related with information stealing malware in the UK well be shown during the presentation”, - Francisco Fonseca, CEO at AnubisNetworks.

AnubisNetworks is thus joining internationally renowned companies such as Vodafone, Unilever, TNT, NBC Universal and Dyson.

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Author: Carla Barata

Marketing Manager at AnubisNetworks. Carla possesses an extensive experience in marketing, public relations, social media and events in the IT sector. But most important, she is an evangelist of Email Security solutions at AnubisNetworks. She likes "bringing the good news" and help companies to stay safe against the most recent and advanced cyber threats.