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OpenTalk at "Driving IT" on 3.11. in Copenhagen

Driving IT

Driving IT is an annual IT conference in Copenhagen that is considered one of the most important meeting places for IT professionals in Denmark. Organized by the Danish IT professional association IDA IT, the conference offers a wide range of topics - from cybersecurity and artificial intelligence to innovative approaches in software development.

This year, it's back on November 3. - In addition to many exciting presentations from industry, research and companies, the conference offers a platform for exchanging ideas, networking and discussing current challenges and opportunities in the IT sector.

OpenTalk talk on national security and videoconferencing

We are delighted that OpenTalk and our CEO and founder Peer Heinlein have been invited to give a presentation on "Digital Sovereignty: Ensuring National Security in Communication" in this exciting environment this year.

In our digitized world, video conferencing is more than just a convenient solution for remote communication - it's a must. But have you ever wondered how secure your data really is on popular platforms like Zoom, MS Teams or Webex? Especially given today's artificial intelligence capabilities?

Our talk will shed light on the hidden dangers of machine computing and highlight existential risks for businesses and public institutions. We'll take a look at the terms and conditions of individual vendors that you probably never read, and discuss why digital sovereignty is critical for your organization.

And, of course, we'll introduce you to OpenTalk, an open-source alternative that could meet your video conferencing needs securely and transparently. Look forward to deep insights and practical advice!


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