This is the first episode from the “documentary series” about our own journey to improved SecOps. You will read about the decisions we made and the struggles we faced during the ongoing transition to a new SIEM/SOAR solution.
WeAreDots SIA and the Institute for Electronics and Computer Science have jointly started the implementation of the project “iTrEMP: Intelligent Transport and Violations Management System”
Tech Industry 2019, the trade fair for mechanical engineering, metalworking, automation, electronics, electrical engineering, industrial supplies, tools and innovated technology, was held at Kipsala International Exhibition Centre from 28 to 30 November.
As part of the project “Mechanical Competency Centre”, WeAreDots, SIA is already undertaking the implementation of research project 4.2 “Development of compact robotmanipulators for the treatment of heterogeneous objects” as of 1 April 2019.
The "dots." became a resident of the High Technology Park (HTP) of the Republic of Belarus.
CyberChess 2019, the annual international IT security conference organised by CERT.LV and ISACA Latvia chapter, which is also supported by the big friends of the event – dots. and LMT, was held at Radisson Blu Latvia held on October 2 and 3.
In collaboration with our partners PERUZA we've created a deposit refund system, that recognizes not only plastic bottles and various types of glass, paper and aluminium jars, but even window-wash fluid cans.
On 24 April 2019, WeAreDots, SIA concluded agreement No.22.214.171.124/18/A/183 with the Central Finance and Contracting Agency on the implementation of the project “iTrEMP: Intelligent Transport and Violations Management System”
We strive to take a different approach in the traditional Intelligent Transport Systems industry, thus joining ERTICO ITS Europe, a public-private partnership of 120 companies and organisations is a way to do so.
Tallinn Digital Summit 2018 brought together the Heads of Government and ministers, tech community and influential thinkers of digital-minded nations.
Searching for and classifying GDPR-sensitive data, using the possibilities of Windows Server