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Mr. Johan Helsingius, Chairman of the Board at BaseN will discuss Net neutrality in his speech at the Finnish Internet Forum on April 26 at 11:00 at the Finnish parliament. Mr. Helsingius will enlighten how net neutrality has been discussed ever since the first network was built and what net neutrality really means in the current networks.
Further to his speech, Mr. Helsingius will also participate in a roundtable discussion on hybrid warfare. The discussion will centre around the question whether hybrid warfare will be the biggest threat to democracy and how cyber and information security differ.
BaseN, established in 2001, has a proven track record of being the engine for managing millions of data points from countless sources. The core features of BaseN’s global full stack IoT platform are scalability, fault tolerance and its inherently distributed architecture. Currently BaseN Platform processes over one million spime transactions per second. Spimes store every piece of code together with all collected data from and around physical objects in the Internet of Things, enabling the creation of intelligent services around products.
About Finnish Internet Forum
Finnish Internet Forum is a national multi-stakeholder process which discusses Internet-related issues. Its organizers hold an annual meeting and some smaller events throughout the year. The Internet forms a part of the daily life in Finland. Even those who do not use it hands-on depend on it, as the functioning of the entire society relies upon it to an increasing extent.