Titus to present on machine learning at NATO Information Assurance and Cyber Defence Symposium
NATO NIAS Conference – Lotto Expo, Mons, Belgium – Titus, the worldwide market leader in classification and protection solutions for unstructured data, will be exhibiting (Stand B8) and presenting at the NATO NIAS 2017 conference taking place at Lotto Expo in Mons, Belgium.
Titus Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer Stephane Charbonneau will present on the topic, “How Machine Learning Can Enhance the Data Classification User Experience”. It is generally accepted that data classification is the foundation for protecting data – yet a debate rages on about the best way to actually classify data. Some say user-driven classification is too much of a burden to end users, while others say automated classification is too unreliable, especially for data like intellectual property. Is machine learning the answer? In this session, attendees will learn about the promise – and challenges – of machine learning.
Who: Stephane Charbonneau, Chief Technology Officer, Titus
What: How Machine Learning Can Enhance the Data Classification User Experience
Where: Tuesday, October 17 at 3:30pm
When: Theatre 4, NATO NIAS Conference, Mons, Belgium
In February of this year, Titus and the NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency announced the signing of a joint Master Service Agreement (MSA). This agreement enables Titus to supply their solutions to NCI Agency, NATO Member Nations and other NATO entities. Several NATO agencies and projects run by NCI Agency have been using Titus solutions to help classify and secure unstructured data. With this agreement in place, they will be able to streamline and standardize on Titus solutions across the agency, as well as NATO Member Nations.