Digital Security & Privacy –  A Symposium

24 August 2018, 1.00 pm to 7.30 pm

PARC Accelerator, Chaitanya 5, Sector 106, Noida, India

How to best protect highly vulnerable business applications and critical infrastructure

Objective

To provide an opportunity to learn about new developments and valuable insights from leading experts, solution providers, and innovators;
To facilitate interaction amongst the professional community;
To enhance the state of art research and collaborations.

Who Should Attend

Thought Leaders and Industry practitioners, Academic Faculty and Research Students, Government officials, Legal Experts

Why you should attend:

  • To learn and share knowledge and current best practices.
  • Be part of the Digital Security and Privacy community
  • Connect and Collaborate with the C-Suite, Senior Executives, Innovative Solution Providers, Renowned Experts and Thought Leaders.

Digital Security and Emerging Trends in Cyber Crime

One challenging aspect of privacy and data security law is that technology is constantly evolving.  The near and long-term future of privacy and data security will be driven by the emerging technologies that makes it difficult for the government, legislators, conservative businesses, and lawyers to fully understand and adapt. The recent years saw a surge in technologies enabling companies to collect and analyze increasing amounts of consumer data as well as the development of technologies enabling consumers to better protect their privacy. The evolution of new technologies is inevitable and along with it potential ways to misuse these are on a rise. The need to address digital security and privacy in this age of emerging technologies has become critical than ever.

In order to create a discourse for cyber threats, digital security, need for privacy and the role of emerging technologies, Root64 and Spin London, in association with The Dialogue, is organizing the symposium on the theme of ‘Digital Security and Emerging Trends in Cyber Crime’. The platform will bring experts from the key stakeholders to discuss and deliberate on the role and level of digital security and privacy required for developing country.

The related topics on which speakers would talk about are:

  • Fake News and Social Media: Is It a Threat to Democracy?
  • Data Protection Bill 2018 – Key Challenges and Opportunities
  • How AI and Machine Learning and Disrupting Cyber Security

Speakers

We will have many guest speakers who are Subject Matter Experts. You will hear high quality presentations of real value, be able to engage in discussion and debate, ask direct questions and get to meet face-to-face with them.

Vinit Goenka

Leader, BJP

 

Ajit Sinha

Governance Today

Kazim Rizvi

The Dialogue

Ravish Bhatia

AI Expert

Vinay Gulati

Event Chair and Architect

Richa Anirudh

Anchor Producer at Zindagi Live Consultant 

Arvind Gupta

CEO, MyGOV

 

Saurabh Shukla

News Mobile

Virendra Pratap Singh

News Editor, Hindustan

Dr. Avik Sarkar

Analytics, Data Science, AI & Public Policy

Sunil Goyal

COO, Sopra Steria,          India

Vipin Tyagi

Executive Director and Chairman, CDOT

Ashutosh Chadha

Microsoft, India

Amit Dubey

Author, Innovator, Cyber Security Expert

Pranay Upadhyay

Associate Editor, ABP News

Ms. Rama Vedashree

DSCI

Santosh Singh

City Incharge Amar Ujala