Hyderabad 23rd Jan (PMI): The Society for Cyberabad Security Council (SCSC) in association with Cyberabad Police has conducted a one day Conclave on “ Cyber Security Conclave 5.0 – the Next Gen Threats and Solutions” on 23.01.2020 at HICC from 9.00 AM to 5.30 PM
SCSC has been organizing the Cyber Security Conclave continuously for the last five years and the participation form the IT & ITES, Police and Public in general is increasing year after year and well appreciated by one and all.
The attending Participants include the Cyber Security Heads, IT Employees, Police Officers from across India, Students, Public in General, etc., The List of Attendees;
Dr. Sanjay Bahl – Director General, CERT-IN, New Delhi, Mr. Rajiv Kumar, MD IDC Microsoft,
Dr. Sudhir Kamath, DG, Cyber Systems, DRDO, New Delhi,
Mr. Rajiv Kumar, MD IDC Microsoft, Sri. VC Sajjanar, IPS, Cyberabad Commissioner of Police, Mr. Bharani Kumar Aroll,Mr. Krishna Yedula, the Heads of Microsoft, Deloitte, IBM, Broadridge, CISCO, Cloud 4 C – Control S, Infosys, etc.,
Chief Guest – Dr. Sanjay Bahl, Director General, CERT, New Delhi
Guest of Honour : Mr. Rajiv Kumar, MD IDC Microsoft
Key Note Speaker: Dr. Sudhir Kamath, DG, Cyber Systems, DRDO, New Delhi.
The event was started with the Lamp Lighting by the Chief Guest and other Dignitaries followed by welcome note and context setting by Mr. Bharani Kumar Aroll.
Mr. Bharani Kumar Aroll, Vice Chairman SCSC, in his welcome note said that the the Digital transformation happening all across India is changing the way businesses operate efficiently and effectively and also brings risks from cyber threats . He presented the statistics on cyber attacks and also talked about the threat landscape and the promising future of Cyber security . He also said that the people should be aware that any crime related to Cyber Crimes should be reported to CERT. In most of the Cyber Crimes Women are getting effected more which needs to be addressed.
Mr. Krishna Yedula, General Secretary, SCSC has briefed about the miles stone achievements of SCSC and the Impact they have created since its inception in the year 2006. He thanked all the participants who were more than 600 for overwhelming response.
Sri. V C Sajjanar, IPS, Cyberabad Police Commissioner said now a days the complaints on Cyber Crimes are more than the traditional crimes. The complaints are more related to the Social Media, Online Financial offences, Data Theft, etc., the loss due to Cyber Crimes is immense and posing tough challenges to the Police. The kids are getting addicted to smart phones and getting lot of health and psychological issues. To help the people in general affected by the Cyber Crimes Police believes prevention is better than treatment. Hence, we are organising Cyber Crime awareness sessions and trainings regularly to the Police personnel and also it has become very important to create an awareness among the People in general to keep themselves safe and away from getting affected by the Cyber Crimes and Threats. He has appreciated SCSC for organizing the Cyber Security Conclave for the last five years successfully. The Conclave not only helps the Police to know about the latest threats and solutions but also the Public in general. He thanked all the participants – Police Officials, IT Professionals, Govt. Officials, SCSC Traffic Volunteers, SCSC Margadarshaks & Students.
The Guest of Honour : Mr. Rajiv Kumar, MD IDC Microsoft, stated that, Microsoft is always been doing R&D to counter the Cyber attacks and inventing new softwares and solutions to ensure the safety and security for the public and their data.
Key Note Speaker: Dr. Sudhir Kamath, DG, Cyber Systems, DRDO, New Delhi addressing the participants presented about the current trends on the Threat landscape , Critical infrastructure security , Mitigation plans to prevent cyber attacks , Use of innovative solutions and cyber intelligence to create a strong cyber ecosystem .
Chief Guest – Dr. Sanjay Bahl, Director General, CERT -IN addressing the participants said as the current world is moving towards the Automation and digital world the Cyber Crimes and Threats are also increasing and posing challenges in the equal ratio. He presented CERT-IN organization’s priorities that focussed on collecting , analysing and disseminating Cyber threat intelligence to benefit all stake holders who are potentially impacted by these attacks .
In the Conclave there were two different Sessions one exclusively for Police Officers another for IT Professionals and Public from Cyber Security Stream. The Police Track was included with an extensive Presentation and Training.
- The Police Track was well participated by the Police Personnel of all grades from Sub Inspector to Inspector General and Senior IPS Officers from all across India , Jammu & Kashmir to Kanyakumari Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Kerala, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkand, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, etc.,
The Police Track included the Topics;
Recent Trends in Cyber Attacks (Special focus on Ransomware attacks on banking & fintech systems) by Mr. Balsingh Rajput, SP, Cyber, Maharashtra
Cyber Crime Scene Management (Handling of crime scene & incident handling on cyber attacks as first responder),
Recent Trends in Cyber Crimes & Investigation using OSINT Techniques – Special Focus on (Social Media Crimes & Cyber Frauds) (Practice Session),
Understanding of Deep & Darknet Crimes and Darknet Monitoring Techniques and Evidence Collection Procedure (Special Focus on Crypto Forensics & Organized Fraud Crimes) ,
Handling Intermediaries & Nodal Agencies (Special Focus on MLAT & LOR Procedures) .
And the topics for the main stream form IT and Public in general were;
Next Frontier of Cyber Security,
Threat Landscape: Practitioners perspective,
Cyber crimes- Trends & Statistics,
Case Studies on Cyber Crimes,
Panel Discussion on Applying Design Thinking To Solve Cybersecurity Challenges,
Engineering Trust & Security in Cloud Er,
Cyber Law & Personal Data Privacy by Neeraj Arora, Advocate & Cyber Law Specialist
Panel discussion on Blockchain and Crypto impacting Data Security,
Securing connected ‘things’ : Top 7 security risks and good practices to secure connected world ,Cyber Forensics
Technology adoption for cyber resilience by GT Venkateshwarlu, MD TSTS
Fireside Chat on “Entertainment Industry-Threats & Mitigation” hosted by Pratyusha, Jt. Secretary Women Forum, SCSC with Mr. Shobhu Yarlagadda, Co Founder & CEO , Arka Media Works and Ms. Supriya Y, CEO Annapurna Studios
The speakers are from various organisations such as Microsoft , Deloitte , State street , Cisco, IBM, IIIT, CYIENT , Broadridge , INFOSYS , Tolywood , Maharashtra Cyber department etc .
All the participants from Police, IT Fraternity and public in general have expressed their satisfaction and appreciated SCSC for organising an extensive and knowledgeable event. All the police officials from Cyber Crimes from all across India and Telangana Police have expressed their utmost satisfaction SCSC for organising such an extensive session and wished that these kind of Trainings and Presentations on Cyber Security organised twice in an year and said their travel from different parts of India was fruitful.