On May 18-20, Hozint participated to the NATO Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) on “Critical Infrastructure Protection Against Hybrid Warfare Security Related Challenges” in Stockholm, Sweden. The event, which gathered experts from NATO, the European Union, the academia and the private sector, was organized by the Atlantic Treaty Association and supported by NATO’s Science for Peace and Security (SPS) division.
Hozint’s CEO, Edoardo Camilli, intervened in the second panel “Terrorist and Cyber-Attacks, Unstable Energy Supply, Social Media And Information Warfare, Sabotage, Corruption As Part Of The Hybrid Warfare Equation” with a presentation on the use of Open Source Intelligence and the Big Data technologies for the protection of critical infrastructures.
#NATOARWSweden “Big Data can supplement the human factor with more powerful analytical tools” – @CamilliEdoardo CEO of @_hozint @NATO_SPS
— ATA (@ATAUpdates) May 19, 2016