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Moscow, Russia, 2012/11/13 - StarForce Technologies assigns its representatives at 18th international exhibition and conference Online Educa Berlin 2012. This event is dedicated to education and modern education technologies and will be conducted 28030 of November 2012.
Online Educa is the world biggest and oldest public event in the education field. It attracts participants and visitors from EMEA region, Asia, North and South America.
Together with exhibition there will be a conference where leading education specialists, teachers, professors, students, content and service providers discuss modern trends, issues and challenges in education industry.
At the conference StarForce’s marketing director deputy Dmitry Gusev will keynote concerning effective measures towards content security and monetization. Courseware and curriculum developers, LMS and CMS vendors, educational organisation representative will be interested in actual trends of software piracy struggling, protection of educational content against leak and improper use.
StarForce will be present on booth #21 at Potsdam II hall. We invite everybody who cares about modern education to visit company’s stand.
About StarForce Technologies
StarForce Technologies (star-force.com) is a leading vendor of information protection, copy protection, licensing and code obfuscation solutions for software, electronic documents and audio/video content.
The StarForce company has expertise in electronic information security and digital software protection from leakage, copying, hacking and unauthorized use. Since 1998 we have been successfully developing and implementing our state-of-the-art software solutions providing copyright and intellectual property protection worldwide.
Top quality products and excellent customer service distinguish a great from a mediocre company in today's world. StarForce not only develops and sells software products but also positions itself as a reliable and responsible Technological Partner of all individuals and enterprises potentially incurring losses due to cyber-gangs, hackers, software piracy, unauthorized data access and information leaks.