Twenty years ago, David Sitsky knew he was onto something big when one of the largest employers in Canberra used his algorithm to find inappropriate email attachments. Now Chief Scientist at Nuix, David has seen the company grow from a small Australian software outfit to a worldwide organisation serving intelligence, law enforcement, regulatory and defence agencies, legal and advisory firms and global businesses.
From the beginning, David has shaped Nuix software on a very powerful idea: to make human-generated data searchable by probing it at the binary level. Today with parallel processing and access to more than 1,000 file formats, Nuix delivers speed and scale unmatched in the industry.
Paul Keen, Nuix’s Global Head of Engineering, joined David on Tuesday, November 10 to discuss:
- The milestones and aha moments in Nuix’s 20-year history
- Nuix processing in the cloud and other exciting developments in Nuix’s future
- Where investigative technology will go next.
We’ll include time for your questions at the end of our presentation.