On March, 2012 the Moscow State Technical University after N.E. Bauman (MSTU) hosted the international student conference organized by Kaspersky Lab Company dedicated to information technologies and security. Around twenty representatives from the Russian Federation and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) participated in that authoritative event. Among the participants was Tatevik Baghdasaryan who is a student of the State Engineering University of Armenia (Polytechnic), Faculty of Computer Science and Informatics. Her paper entiteled Recongifurated Steganographic System with Two-Stage Hidden Authentication was highly appreciated by the specialists. As a result, Tatevik was third in the competion and got a Diploma and $750 USD as a prize. It has to be mentioned that Tatevik’s victory is not the first and the only one. In 2009 Kaspersky Lab Company has organized the international student competition – conference entiteled Security of Information Technologies for the New Generation. Two students from the Chair of Information Security and Software, SEUA Yelena Kosolapova and Nina Azizyan have won the competition and got the first-degree diploma. According to the organizers of the conference they have conducted a very valuable scientific and practical work. Kaspersky Lab Company has granted SEUA a membership on exclusive terms and allowed our university to use the Kaspersky Academy education programs, to get all teaching materials of the company and to organize internships and trainings for SEUA students at the company’s headquarter.
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