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Kinamik executive presents at e-crime summit

Kinamik : 07 May, 2009  (Company News)
Chief Technical Officer from Kinamik Data Integrity to make presentation on forensic technology at the Anti-Phishing Working Group summit in Barcelona
Kinamik Data Integrity has announced that its CTO, Nadeem Bukhari, will present at the 3rd Annual Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) Counter-Ecrime Operations Summit (CeCOS III) in Barcelona on May 12-14, 2009. Industry and public agency electronic crime responders, investigators and counter-electronic crime technologists from across the globe will gather in Barcelona for this international conference dedicated to uniting the industry and public sector response to the global electronic crime afflictions.

The criminal artisans that have organized on the Internet are growing in technical sophistication and command, and in their capacity to cloak themselves from detection,' said Peter Cassidy, APWG secretary general. 'At CeCOS III, the APWG will make a very important proposition: to create a unified response to electronic crime as organized as the crimes themselves -- a response to electronic crime without frontiers'.

Bukhari will discuss how audit technology and strong data integrity is necessary to build trust, transparency and accountability in information exchange platforms.

"Information exchanges between e-crime professionals are important to stay ahead of criminals," said Bukhari. "Trust and accountability on how these systems are being used is equally critical to guarantee adoption"

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