Internet is a key engine for economic and socialdevelopment today. It is not just about communication now, but it is about business,governance and innovation. The contribution ofmobile phones as the main Internet access point in rural India has grown to 60%in 2015.
In this session, panelists have discussed on the challenges that online intermediaries face as they work towards securing a trustworthyenvironment for transactions and information sharing.
Mr. Murugavel Janakiraman, CEO,Bharat Matrimony, Mr. Sumit Somani, Sr. Manager, PayTM, Mr. Sandip Beri, Partner, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas, Mr Ashish Chandra, General Counsel, Snapdeal participated in this discussion. This discussion was moderatedby Ms. Bishakha Bhattacharya, Sr. Director, NASSCOM in Annual Information Security Summit, 2015.
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Today, multifarious and advanced threats are prevalent
across the globe. These sophisticated attacks have adversely impacted many
large organizations from different industry sectors such as government,
finance, technology, media and chemical sectors. These attacks are typically crystalized
by group of sponsored, dedicated and highly sophisticated attackers who target governments
and organizations to steal sensitive data either to gain competitive edge or to
disrupt critical infrastructure.
Technology alone is no silver bullet to defend against
these sophisticated attacks. In such a scenario what should be done? How can
one prepare to remain ahead of its adversaries? Whether the security
capabilities need to be amplified by effective security practices and governance.
The panel discussion will focus on the effective strategies from boardroom to shop
floor to combat these advanced threats.
Mr. Riyaz Tambe, Head of Systems Engineering, India and
SAARC, Palo Alto Networks, Mr. S.S. Sarma, Additional Director, Cert-In, Mr. T.
Venkateswaran, Chief Manager – Info Security, PNB, Mr. Sanjay Aurora, MD –
APAC, DarkTrace participated in this discussion. This discussion was moderated
by Mr. D.S. Khatavkar (Atul), Vice President (IT GRC), AGC Networks in Annual Information Security Summit, 2015.
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hiring professionals to help them decode the challenges related with data
collection and privacy. Customers are lobbying behind organizations to be more
transparent in the way their information is managed and secured. Regulatory
bodies are also realizing the need to provide adequate protection to consumers
to safeguard their privacy. This raises many questions for enterprises and individuals
around the privacy as profession. This session discusses all the aspects for
privacy profession from Drivers, Skills required, Curriculum, Certifications to
Job roles and Salaries for the privacy professionals. Original session was
recorded on 16-December-2015.
Mr. Trevor Hughes, CEO, IAPP (via Skype), Prof. Ponnurangam K., IIIT Delhi, Mr. Satyanandan
A., Associate VP–Risk Management & Data Privacy Officer, Bharti AXA General
Insurance, Mr. Rakshit Dhamija, CISO & Director – IT Admn., iGate Global
Solutions participated in this
discussion.This discussion was moderated by Mr. Mr. Abhishek Bansal, Principal Consultant,
DSCI in Annual Information Security Summit, 2015.
Identities and credentials are a primary target for
hackers and criminals. The capability of Legacy IAM systems to effectively
address the constantly evolving requirements of today's mobile and cloud-based
environments is limited. Organizations need to approach identity,
security and compliance from a holistic perspective, and adopt solutions that
are as agile.
Pankaj Dikshit, SVP (IT), GSTN, Mr. Sudeep Das, SE Manager – India & SAARC,
RSA & Mr. Mitesh Thakkar, CEO, Adoroi participated in the discussion. The
discussion was moderated by Mr. Ashutosh Jain, CISO, Axis Bank in Annual
Information Security Summit, 2015 in New Delhi.
Machine learning is now driving the transition
of the machines from decision supporting age to self-deciding age. It’s
increasingly advocated for security as the number of permutations and
combinations and contexts that are required to take security decision are
increasing multi-fold. Many security solutions are now talk of AI capabilities.
It’s said that this revolution will severely affect the rise of security
profession. Would it hamper the numbers projected to emphasize the rising
security skill demand? Would it also impact the existing professionals? This
special feature of the AISS would delve into the trends of security automation
to evaluate how it will impact the security profession.
David Shearer, CEO, ISC2, Shrikant Shitole, MD, Symantec India and Sapan
Talwar, Head IT Security, Adobe participated in this discussion. This discussion was
moderated by Vinayak Godse, Senior Director, DSCI in Annual Information
Security Summit, 2015.
of art security solution deployments, today many organizations such as Target,
Sony, Office of Personnel Management, and Home Depot are still getting
breached. Concept of “Cyber Kill Chain” entails to intelligent defense of the
network, charting tendencies, recording statistical anomalies via latest
intrusion detection technologies. An Intrusion centric concept with major focus
on malware detection and prevention. This session discusses what an
organisation should do to protect their crown jewels. Original session was
recorded on 16-December-2015.
Mr. Alok Vijayant, Director –Cyber Security Operations, NTRO,
Mr. Gigi Joseph, CISO, BARC, Mr. Amit Sharma, Addl. Director, DRDO and Mr.
Samarendra Kumar, GM –Group IT Security, InterGlobe Technologies participated in this discussion.This discussion was moderated by Mr. Sameer Ratolikar, CISO, HDFC Bank, in
Annual Information Security Summit, 2015.