Digital transformation demands a radical new approach to security and risk management. Success requires a dramatic departure from conventional security practices. In the new world of organised cybercrime, it’s not a question of whether your systems will be breached – but when.
Following the success of technology based events organized by Explore this year the first edition of “InfoSec Intelligence Conclave 2017” on 12th & 13th October in Bangalore, India, will include a two-day conference which connects C-Suite & senior executives responsible of safeguarding their companies’ essential infrastructures with innovative solution providers & renowned information security experts from whom you’ll learn how to shift to more adaptive, dynamic, people-centric approaches to security, such as using context-based intelligence to build digital trust. You’ll also hear strategies to help you deliver IT resilience, the new standard when it comes to security.
Key Topics & Themes addressed throughout the conference:
Protecting Financial Services in Cyberspace, Global & Indian regulatory landscape, Protecting critical national infrastructure, Technology convergence & security consolidation, Transforming InfoSec: Business Agility, Unwitting Insiders rationale for organizational risk, Revolutionizing the future of Data security, Crosshairs: proactive strategies to mitigate Cyber threats , Command and control – the role of the CISO in today’s cyber battlefield, When Everything is on the Net: Internet of Things, Cyber Threats on the Move: Transportation & aviation, Cybercrime & Law Enforcement, Governance, Risk & Compliance, Mobile Security, Emerging Threats, IOT Security, Information Systems security management, Data and Telecommunication Networks security, Cyber risk management, Data Protection Strategy, Cyber Intelligence and operation.
IT & ITES, Financial Services, Government , Healthcare, E-commerce, Telecommunications, Transport & Logistics, Academia
Who should attend
CISO, IT Directors, VP IT, Security architects/Enterprise architects, IT security managers, Chief privacy officers, Chief vigilance officers, Chief risk officers, Risk managers.