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DG, NIC participates in CISO Leadership Summit 2019 in New Delhi

Shashi Kant Pandey, Delhi sk[dot]pandey[at]nic[dot]in
  |   Aug 13, 2019
Dr. Neeta Verma, DG, NIC along with other speakers, at CISO Leadership Summit 2019

The second edition of CISO Leadership Summit 2019 was organized by Kamikaze B2B Media at Holiday Inn, New Delhi, on 25th July 2019. Dr. Neeta Verma, Director General, NIC also participated in the event and presented her views during a panel discussion on “Evaluating The New Security, Data Protection & Cyber Challenges - Preparing For The Future And Keeping Up To Date”. Bringing forth a deep perspective on cyber risks and vulnerabilities, Dr. Neeta Verma stressed the role of “Security by Design, Security in terms of Infrastructure, and Access Control” in order to secure organizations from cyber threats.

The Summit provided a platform to Chief Information Security Officers and IT security executives across India to interact with their peers from various fields such as finance, government, telecom, insurance, healthcare and education. Promoting thought-provoking dialogue between IT security leaders, the Summit witnessed deliberations on Cyber security, is it lost in translation, Creating metrics in line with business, Managing the use of 3rd party code, Cyber deception and creating honeypots, What impact will quantum computing have on security, and more.

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