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Speaker panel includes:

1. Vinayak Godse, Director, Data Security Council of India


2. Bharat Panchal, Head - Risk Management, National Payments Corporation of India
3. Brig. Abhimanyu Ghosh, Joint Secretary, National Security Council Secretariat (NSCS)
4. G. Gopalakrishna, Founder and Former Executive Director, RBI Working Group on Information security
and Independent Director, Dena Bank
5. Prof (Dr) Triveni Singh, Additional Superintendent of police, Cyber Crime, STF, UP Police
6. Manish Tiwari, Chief (Information) Security Officer, Microsoft India
7. Rajesh Hemrajani, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), IDFC Bank Ltd
8. Jaspal Singh Sawhney, Director & Chief Information Security Officer, Deutsche Bank
9. Agnelo Dsouza, CISO, Kotak Mahindra Bank
10. Col. Harendra Bana, Associate Director Security- SE Asia (India Region), PepsiCo India
11. Sumit Dhar, Senior Director and Head – Information Security & Risk Management, EdgeVerve (Infosys)
12. Krishna Sastry Pendyala, Executive Director, PwC
13. Subrahmanya Gupta Boda, CISO, EC-Council
14. Adv. Prashant Mali, Chairman, Cyber & Law Foundation
15. Ramesh Kauta, CISO, GE Digital
3rd Edition CISO Summit India 2017
9.00 – 10.00 Registration

10.00 – 10.20 Welcome address by Jay Bavisi - CEO & President - EC Council

10.20 – 11.00 Inaugural Keynote Session

Laying the foundation for a successful digital economy

In the few months India has gone into a fast forward mode with respect to
digitization. While this is a great opportunity to put India on the world map as a
growing market, it also poses a great threat to our cyber security infrastructure. This
session speaks not only about our current preparedness for such a digital revolution
of this scale, but also addresses the skill and knowledge gap that we need to cover in
order to have a successful digital revolution.

● The accelerated growth of digitization has increased the risk manifold for
enterprises
● Growing number of cyber security job openings in India
● Increasing budgets for enhancing security programs
● Challenges of keeping pace with the changing regulations made by the
stakeholders in the system
Speakers:
Manish Tiwari, Chief (Information) Security Officer, Microsoft India
Bharat Panchal, Head - Risk Management, National Payments Corporation of India
11.00 – 11.30 Keynote
India collaborates with the world to combat cyber security threats
● Overview of the joint ventures with leaders in the world in the Cyber security
space
● Bringing world class cyber security practices to India
● Urgency of Collaboration in the age of hyper organized threat
● Investing in vulnerability management as well as intrusion detection tools
11.30 – 11.45 Special Address

Cyber Security Breach: Investigations Tools & Techniques used in cracking few REAL
complex financial cybercrime cases along with specific reference to legal provisions
and mandatory computer forensic procedures applied for electronic evidence
recovery

Prof (Dr) Triveni Singh, Additional Superintendent of police, Cyber Crime, STF, UP
Police

11.45 – 12.15 Panel Discussion

Discussing and debating the National cyber security architecture to monitor and
certify India’s networks in accordance with law
● Role of the Reserve Bank of India in strengthening the cyber security
infrastructure
● Cyber Security in the times of Social media
● Roles of the BotNet Centre and the National Cyber Coordination Centre
● Rise in the number of digital payments by cyber security illiterates
Moderator:
Adv. Prashant Mali, Chairman, Cyber & Law Foundation

12.15 – 12.30 Networking Coffee Break

12.30 – 13.00 Panel Session


Cyber Security - Are you invested enough?
Key security initiatives for a majority of organizations in 2017 include: security
operations, incident response network and data center security, identity governance
and administration, mobile and cloud security governance, advanced threat defense,
application security, security policy and program development and governance, risk
and compliance (GRC)
This session will speak about the various investments being made by enterprises for
cyber security and the ROI expected. Are these investments enough or are they
interfering with the cost of doing business?

Moderator:
Col. Harendra Bana, Associate Director Security- SE Asia (India Region), PepsiCo India

Panelist:
Krishna Sastry Pendyala, Executive Director, PwC

13.00 – 13.30 Panel Session

Enabling a safer use of cloud

● Cloud outages and business impact


● Understanding the regulations with regards to cloud adoption
● Advantages of cloud protection layers and preventing zero day attacks
● Gaining a competitive edge with cyber security

Moderator:
Sumit Dhar, Senior Director and Head – Information Security & Risk Management,
EdgeVerve (Infosys)

13.30 – 14.30 Lunch & Networking

14.30 – 15.15 Panel Session

Emerging Approaches to Securing the IoT Infrastructure

● Evaluating the device manufacturers preparedness


● Are we budgeted for IoT security breaches
● Preventing the misuse of IoT systems
● Security your IoT architecture
Panelist:
Ramesh Kauta, CISO, GE Digital

15.15 – 15.45 Panel Session


What is a Cyber Security cover? Are you really covered?

● Understanding the need for a security cover with a rise in digital payments
● Cyber insurance and cyber liability insurance covers – What are the options
available
● Creating an advanced threat defense mechanism
● Mitigating inexpensive and known vulnerabilities

15.45 – 16.15 Panel Session

What is keeping your CISO up all night?

While we have seen the roles of CISOs evolving into being strategic leaders of the
organization, we have also seen a rise in the sophistication of attacks. Companies
today face a greater challenge in maintaining operational efficiency due to shortage of
skilled staff.

Building on a robust cyber security system and having a plan to combat the cyber
security threats is the most pressing need of the hour.

Moderator:
Subrahmanya Gupta Boda, CISO, EC-Council

Panelist:
Rajesh Hemrajani, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), IDFC Bank Ltd
16.15 – 16.30 Networking Coffee Break

16.30 – 17.15 Incubation Centre

Cyber Security & Risk Management Summit 2017 can be your launch pad in the
industry. Use this space to reach out to your potential clients.

Keynote:
Building Cyber Security in India
Vinayak Godse, Director, Data Security Council of India
17.15 – 17.45 Fire Chat

Future of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in BFSI – Exploring Pros & Cons

 How AI can be a valuable ally when it comes to defending against hackers


 Is Artificial Intelligence a welcome reinforcement in the war to protect data?