Special Presentation on Indian Market at it-sa Germany – Securing Digital India, By Mr. Vishal Jain, Partner- Risk Advisory, Deloitte India, Time: 13:30 – 14:00, Date: Tuesday, October 10th, Venue: Forum Management Hall 10, NürnbergMesse

it-sa India 2020 Conference Program

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The conference program at it-sa India 2020 powered by Deloitte will feature discussions and presentations on a gamut of topics centred on IT security – trends and best practices.

“The cybersecurity Industry is constantly evolving , with environment transforming across sectors due to growing incubation of advanced technologies. This technological evolution is posing newer challenges and risks that’s changing threat landscape. As security professionals drive multiple initiatives to tackle cyber threats, collaboration amongst countries and key national security agencies is vital for a secure operating world, supported by active industry involvement.

We are excited to be part of it-sa India 2020 once again, in creating a network of relevant industry stakeholders. As India continues to aggressively pursue the Digital India vision, it would be essential to draw a new and thoughtful security strategy that addresses the key challenges of cyber security.”

Vishal Jain
Partner | Risk Advisory
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India LLP

21-Apr-2020 Agenda Session Synopsis
Inauguration Adoption of strategies and approaches by the armed forces potentially differ from those adopted in Corporate India - How, what and why?
Are there lessons to be learnt?
Topic Bridging the gap between cross border cultures for financial forensics. 1. The intensity of attacks and the consequential impacts are varied across geographies. The response and recovery of such incidents and crisises would vary depending on the inherent perceptions of the geography. These are also defined or governed by regulatory, geo-political, financial and access to technical know-how.
2. Integration of mature frameworks and pro-active resilience as in the case of GICs.
3. Measurement of how Indian organizations and corporates measure up to their GIC counterparts.
Topic Practical strategies versus those on paper. 1. Incorporation of resilient thought process in the changing world of hybrid technology (Multi cloud) and digital innovation.
Topic Digitalizing technical modularity in the 'Industry 4.0' 1. Modularizing the modern technology to create practical solutions - OT, SCADA etc.
2. Ensuring availability of services while incorporating 'Digital'.
3. Challenges of managing critical infrastructure and utilities at scale in a digital economy.
Topic Digitalizing CXM: Are organizations safeguarding customer experience?
22-Apr-2020 Agenda Session Synopsis
Topic Managing digression in the content driven world – Are we vigilant enough? Digitalization of content has transformed how consumers use and perceive entertainment. With the dwindled attention spans of the millennials and coming generations, the revenue earning shelf life of content is constantly declining while its distribution is becoming exponential – due to a shift from accessing media from a ‘stationed terminal’ to a ‘mobile phone ’ and affordable ‘video-on-demand’ subscription services. As enterprises are moving to mobile-first digital delivery channels – opportunities for leveraging digital platforms as a key interface for consumers across industries open up – making digital economy a key pillar of the country’s growth and development edifice. Given this scenario, it is inevitable for media and entertainment companies to secure the content while maintaining regulatory boundaries and privacy of the consumers.
Topic Simplifying growth in a complex regulatory and digitally diverse ecosystem 1. How do start-ups, especially those riding the waves of 'Make In India' consider security in its ecosystem?
2. 'Made for India' and its adaptation to Indian regulations, infrastructure maturity and security requirements.
Topic Medical confidentiality: Why, what and who? 1. Why is medical confidentiality important?
2. What are the key requirements for maintaining medical confidentiality
3. Are there any exceptions?
Topic Sophisticating security for the naïve 1. Personalization of technology and privacy implications (BYOD).
2. Awareness on the do's and don'ts of security.

SPEAKERS AT it-sa India 2019


Brijesh Singh
Secretary & Director General, Information & Public Relations, GoM
Special Inspector General of Police, Cyber, Maharashtra State, Mumbai

Paula Januszkiewicz
Founder and CEO
CQURE

Mathan Babu
Chief Information Security Officer
National Payments Corporation Of India (NPCI)

Vinayak Godse
Vice President
DSCI

Smith Gonsalves
India's One of The Youngest Cyber Security Evangelists & Information Security Professionals

Vishal Jain
Partner, Risk Advisory
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India LLP

Advocate Puneet Bhasin
Cyber Law Expert
Cyberjure Legal Consulting

Dr. Holger Mühlbauer
Managing Director
TeleTrust

Rajan S. Mathews
Director General
Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI)

Sunil Mehta
Senior Vice-President & Area Systems Director (Central Asia)
J Walter Thompson

Keyur Desai
CIO- Essar Ports & Shipping
Head Info-Security, Network & Communications- Essar

Suresh Iyer
CIO
Blue Star Ltd.

Prof. RK Shyamasundar
IIT Mumbai

Benild Joseph
President
Information Systems Security Association (ISSA)

Nitin Bhatnagar
Associate Director
PCI Security Standard Council

Trishneet Arora
Founder & CEO
TAC Security

Abhijit Keskar
Managing Director
Innoplexus, India

Dr. Lopa Mudraa Basuu
Global Head - Cyber Security Risk Governance & Compliance
NISSAN MOTOR CORPORATION

Dr. Lovneesh Chanana
Vice President, Digital Government for SAP Asia Pacific and Japan
SAP India

Shivangi Nadkarni
Co Founder & CEO
ARRKA

Aditya Fuke
Market Intelligence Frounhofer Office India

Brijesh Datta
Executive Vice President
Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd

S. Manohar
Regional Head - South
VDMA India Services Private Limited

Steve Patton
Cyber Security Specialist and Director
Telesoft Technologies Ltd

NAGESH NAYAK
GVK

VIVEK ROY
SIEMENS

Mr. Santosh Khadsare
Scientist 'E'
CERT-In
Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology
Govt. of India

L. Narasimhan
Vice President -Strategic Business Alliances
Prama Hikvision India Pvt. Ltd.

Sanil Nadkarni
CISO & VP
Enterprise Security & Risk Governance, SLK Global

Sakshi Vidur
Head – Information Security
Asia Pacific Region
Yum! Brands, Inc.

Prashant Bhatwadekar
Associate Vice President (Technology)
Innoplexus, India

Parminder Singh Kakria
Co - Chair
FICCI - ICT & Digital Economy Committee
&
Head - Public Policy and Corporate Affairs
Wipro Limited

Ritesh Thosani
Vice President - Cyber Leader
Marsh India Insurance Brokers Pvt. Ltd.

Key Topics at it-sa India 2019

  • SECURING Digital India: Building a secure global interconnected future
  • CREATING a resilient critical infrastructure
  • ENABLING protected business growth and customer experience
  • COMBATTING threats through new-age technology
  • ASSURING a secure ecosystem
  • INSURING the impact : Emerging role of cyber insurance
  • NURTURING Cyber Talent
  • EMBEDDING security in learning

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