The Dark Web Offers Security & Accessibility Understand the technology, nature, extent and potential of its growing use. Individuals, organizations, corporations, and governments use the Dark Web to protect themselves
The Dark Web Offers Security & Accessibility
Understand the technology, nature, extent and potential of its growing use.
Individuals, organizations, corporations, and governments use the Dark Web to protect themselves and their users, employees, customers, and citizens seeking a more accessible and secure Internet experience.
Experts from government, the financial community, law enforcement and cyber security will give you the background history, current utilization and future thoughts about the fast growing misunderstood world of the Dark Web.
Inside Dark Web | Topics Covered
- The TOR browser
- Onion routing
- Technical facts
- Illegal usage vs legitimate uses
- Future business applications
- Cyber Security
- Investment Opportunity
„Threat intelligence firms working on Dark Web issues will be a $1 billion industry in 2017“
„The Dark Web was designed by the USA Naval Research Lab. 60% of its operating costs come from the USA Department of Defense and State Department“
Rolling Stone Magazine
Inside the Dark Web: An A-to-Z Guide to Business & Government Concerns & Opportunities
The Darknet was developed to allow secure communications between government agencies as well as dissidents & whistle blowers fighting oppressive regimes but now it’s being used to help attack companies as it allows the secure exchange of pilfered information such as social security and credit card numbers. It also acts as a conduit allowing terrorists to plan and hackers to freelance for the highest bidder. In today’s security conscious atmosphere, every business and government entity must understand the threats and challenges this underground network poses. And yet there are many positive attributes of the Dark Web
New York City, the world’s financial center, is the site of the first major Dark Web conference May 12, 2016 at the Museum of Jewish Heritage Special Events Hall in lower Manhattan. Experts from government, the financial community, law enforcement and the cyber security arena will give you the background history, current utilization and future thoughts about the fast growing yet misunderstood world of the Darknet.
The event is hosted by two iconic names in the tech conference industry – TMC and Alan Meckler. Alan Meckler and Rich Tehrani have joined forces to create a unique one-day experience where companies, law enforcement agencies, Wall St and financial firms, and developers/engineers can explore the far-reaching security concerns & opportunities spawned by the Dark Web.
All Day (Thursday) EDT
Museum of Jewish Heritage
36 Battery Pl, New York, NY 10280