About the 2nd Annual Next Generation Cyber Threats India Exposition 2014
Cyber-attacks are a national security concern. Banking, utilities, healthcare, communications, government services, emergency services, transportation – all are critical to the normal daily activities in India.
India is one of the leading victims of cyber-crime and the cyber security, as per the industry report the cyber crime is estimated at around US$ 218 million. Indian cyber security companies have developed indigenous products to address rising cyber-threats, but, with the limited success. Cyber threats are a fastest growing crime today and this can be defined as malicious intrusions into cyber networks using vicious codes including viruses, worms, spyware, and malware with the intention to cause harm. According to a Security Research Firm, the highest rates of cyber crimes are found in areas with uninterrupted internet connectivity in India.
Cerebral Business Research is delighted to present India’s 2nd international exhibition cum summit on Cyber Threats now into the successful 2nd year, scheduled on Thursday, 05th June 2014 at Le Meridien– New Delhi.
A steep rise in the number of cyber attacks on Indian computer networks in the last three years has forced the government to adopt a multi-pronged strategy to secure its strategic data-centres and deal with emergency situations. The government has identified a list of critical computer infrastructure which needs special protection against cyber attacks this includes national security, defence, healthcare, banks, stock markets, power grids, railways and airlines, weather and many others.
The increasing volume and sophistication of cyber threats–including targeting phishing scams, data theft, and other online vulnerabilities demand that we remain vigilant about securing our systems and information. Thousands of infected web pages are being discovered every day. Hundreds of millions of records have been involved in data breaches. New attack methods are launched continuously. These are just a few examples of the threats facing us, and they highlight the importance of information security as a necessary approach to protecting data and systems.
The summit will bring together entire ecosystem under one roof to understand the next generation of cyber attacks and how can we prevent our networking infrastructure more secure in order to cope with further financial losses.
The summit will highlight some of the important topics on next generation cyber threats India in the followings sectors:
Telecom & IT, Banks & Financials, Transport, Defence, Government, Energy, Legal, Railways, Real Estate, Aviation & Power, SME’s Enterprise etc:
The summit would attract 400 business delegates & comprise from:
- MD, CEO’s, CTO’s
- Chief Financial Officers
- Senior Management
- Procurement Specialists
- Board management
- Policy Makers
- Security & IT Executives
- Business Owners
- Compliance and GRC Professionals
- Banking officials
- Mobile App Developers
- Anti Fraud Specialists
- Internal Auditors
- Insurance and Risk Executives
- Strategic Planning Specialists
- Law Enforcement
- CNI Specialists
- Operating Executives