4 Oct 2013 - KAI Square was invited by Amazon Web Services (AWS) to showcase our Unified Platform services running on the AWS EC2 servers during the recent GovernmentWare 2013 (1-3 Oct 2013). Organized by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) at Suntec City Convention Centre, the event brought together many industry experts from the public sectors to discuss issues on IT security and strategies to counter evolving cyber threats.
The KAI Square Unified Platform, being a cloud based surveillance and monitoring platform, holds confidential data from our clients. While we have adopted the security protocols from MHA for a hybrid cloud deployment, it was greatly beneficial to have learnt more about the latest technologies and innovations against cyber intrusions.
During the event, we had the chance to share with different parties from the public sector, to explore the possibilities that Video Analytics can bring to both online and offline security. This event was also a great networking opportunity, with the technological experts from different government agencies coming together during this 3 day event.
We would like to thank AWS, our provider for a highly scalable and secure solution, for having us there at their booth.
View the event photos here.
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