Data Security Council of India (DSCI) announces the 10th NASSCOM-DSCI Annual Information Security Summit …India Meets for Security

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dsciNew Delhi, 30th September 2015: Data Security Council of India (DSCI) has announced the 10th Annual Information Security Summit (AISS) between 16 -17 December, 2015 at JW Marriott, Aerocity in New Delhi.

Organized by DSCI and NASSCOM, it is an industry event which focuses on diverse issues, challenges, solutions, best practices, policies and various aspects of cyber security. As a gathering of security professionals of diverse ]industry sectors,  AISS witnesses participation by decision makers, innovators, architects, implementers, consultants, system integrators and various stakeholder groups which influence the national and organizational security stance. AISS 2015 aims to create a platform for ample opportunities to deliberate contemporary challenges faced by various stakeholders in the cyber security ecosystem and significantly contribute to improve maturity of the Indian security posture.

Nandkumar Saravade, CEO, DSCI, said, “DSCI has a deep engagement with the Industry in the areas of information security and data protection. DSCI carries forth its thought leadership and policy advocacy in cyber security through its round-the-year series of events, culminating in the annual Summit. With its large scope and scale, wide range of deliberations, and networking opportunities, AISS has established itself as the definitive platform for discussions on global policy perspectives, industry issues and national views on various topics pertaining to the cyber domain.”

In 2014, AISS saw more than 600 delegates and 123 eminent speakers, signifying 20% more participation than the previous version. Reflecting prevailing dynamism in the security landscape, this year is bound to see AISS 2015 reaching a whole new level. Packed with intense deliberations, debates, interactions and engagements, highlights this year include, the Excellence Awards evening, exhibition stalls, roundtables and workshops, besides highly informative plenary and track sessions,  breakfast and luncheon meetings*.

Updated information can be found https://www.dsci.in/events/about/2261.

DSCI remit and extent has expanded to diverse Industry sectors, which were previously less active participants in the security discussion, but are today significantly impacted by the challenges of security. As newer sectors including Power and Energy, Manufacturing, eCommerce and BFSI aggressively transform themselves in the digital economy, their involvement with DSCI through its flagship events, has increased significantly.

DSCI welcomes suggestions and collaboration opportunities. Click here to register, or mail us at events@dsci.in for more information.

 

About DSCI

Data Security Council of India (DSCI) is a premier industry body on data protection in India, setup by NASSCOM®, committed to making the cyberspace safe, secure and trusted by establishing best practices, standards and initiatives in cyber security and privacy. DSCI brings together national governments and their agencies, industry sectors including IT-BPM, BFSI, Telecom, industry associations, data protection authorities and think tanks for public advocacy, thought leadership, capacity building and outreach initiatives.

To further its objectives, DSCI engages with governments, regulators, industry associations and think tanks on policy matters. To strengthen thought leadership in cyber security and privacy, DSCI develops best practices and frameworks, publishes studies, surveys and papers. It builds capacity in security, privacy and cyber forensics through training and certification program for professionals and law enforcement agencies and engages stakeholders through various outreach initiatives including events, awards, chapters, consultations and membership programs. DSCI also endeavours to increase India’s share in the global security product and services market through global trade development initiatives. These aim to strengthen the security and privacy culture in the India.