On 16th December 2021, W.Media hosted its digital event ‘SA Enterprise & Cloud Cyber Security Summit 2021’
Renowned technology experts from the industry were a part of this digital event Renowned thought leaders and industry experts will be a part of this event IPS Loknath Behera, Managing Director, Kochi Metro Rail Ltd, Burgess Cooper, Cybersecurity Partner & Deputy Leader, EY India, Neeraj Bhople, Head – Technology & Engineering – DFB, Mahindra Finance, Shobhana Lele, CIO, The Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Co. Ltd, Srinivasa Rao Muppaneni, Group CIO, Telangana State Cooperative Banks, Venkata Satish Guttula, Director – Security, Rediff.com India Ltd, Vinod Bhat, CIO, Vistara – TATA SIA Airlines Ltd, Krishnamurthy Rajesh, Head – Information Technology, ICRA Limited, Pawan Chawla, Chief Information Security Officer, Future Generali India Life Insurance Company, Gopi Thangavel, Vice President & Head of Enterprise Infrastructure, Operations & Projects, Reliance Industries Limited, Vishal Sinha, CIO & CISO, TranzLease Holdings (I) Pvt. Ltd, Milind G. Mungale, Executive Vice President & CISO, NSDL e-Governance Infrastructure Limited, Amit Rathore, Senior Manager – Cloud Transformation – CIO Advisory, KPMG UK, Navaneethan M, Senior Vice President- Chief Information Security Officer & Head-IT, Groww, Shashank Bajpai, CISO, ECGC Ltd, Vijay Kumar Verma, SVP & Head, Cyber Security Engineering (CSE), Reliance Jio Information Security Group, Tushar Zade, CIO & CDO, Aurigene Pharmaceutical Services Ltd and Ashok Tiwari, Head IT, Sequent Scientific Limited.
In a keynote session by IPS Loknath Behera, Managing Director, Kochi Metro Rail Ltd, spoke about the importance of organisations investing in the cybersecurity infrastructure and the need for cybersecurity experts in India.
The panel session ‘Level Up with Cyber Security Trends: The drivers & effect of Cyber Security Environment to 2022’ focused upon the cybersecurity trends that can navigate crises and the technologies which can bring about a lasting transformation in the digital world.
The remaining panel sessions ‘Integrating AI for a Spruced up Cyber Security’ and ‘Monitoring & Controlling the Vulnerabilities Unique to Cloud Services’ focused upon how AI can be weaponised by malicious actors & how enterprises can effectively harnesses artificial intelligence technologies and the standards of cloud security which are a best way to protect your company from reputational and monetary losses.
The attendees got a chance to interact with over 20 tech leaders from the industry and get insights on the areas of dealing with threats, the importance of cybersecurity in an organisation, reducing data breaches, adopting the best practices to prevent damage to the organisation and integrating AI. Over 300 IT professionals had attended the digital event.