Singapore, Singapore, May 30, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Krishna Rajagopal, CEO of AKATI Consulting delivered a presentation elaborating on a hacker's mindset. The presentation was captioned "What The Hack – Inside a Hacker’s Mind?"
Krishna performed a live demonstration on how easy it is to hack a system and underscored the importance of taking appropriate security measures to defend against cybercrime. Krishna also shared his valuable experience and insights on dealing with cybercrime on many levels.
AKATI Consulting is a strategic partner of the INTERPOL. At the exhibition, AKATI Consulting introduced their cutting-edge Information Security Solutions along with its popular Hybrid Penetration Testing methodology which has helped to create a secure IT environment for many organisations across the world. AKATI Consulting emphasised on the importance of Penetration Testing and the unique approach taken by them.
The Congress was held alongside the INTERPOL World Exhibition, a biennial international security trade event in Singapore.
Some 258 international players including solution providers from countries such as Australia, Germany, Israel, Japan, Sri Lanka, India, Sweden and Switzerland also showcased a vast range of technological solutions that address issues related to cyber-security, public safety, surveillance, intelligence, forensics and investigations, counter-terrorism, and anti-counterfeiting.
The congress was attended by 437 delegates from 50 countries . 7,807 government officials, buyers from private sectors and delegates were present. Moreover, 258 solution providers from 34 countries, including 7 national groups showcased their solutions INTERPOL World is owned by INTERPOL and supported by Singapore’s Ministry of Home Affairs. The first INTERPOL World took place in Singapore from 14-16 April 2015 alongside the official opening of the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI) and the 22nd INTERPOL Asian Regional Conference.