At a time when the nation’s critical information infrastructure is seeing a big overhaul, the potential for crippling critical services through cyber means is becoming a real and present danger. What are the shortcomings of security when it comes to protecting critical, operational technology in India? As the rate of breach incidents continues to escalate, the magnitude of related brand, reputation, and fiscal impact is driving organizations to address cybersecurity risk.
It is very critical to become more resilient to new attacks and threats and compete more safely in the digital age as most cybercriminals are not fussy about who they steal from. While you could be the next target, making your defences as resilient as your digital ambitions is of utmost importance. What needs to be done to ensure that the recovery is seamless and the damage minimal? How must Indian and Asian organizations rise to the incident response challenge to help protect their organization? It’s critical that the scope of a breach response plan goes beyond technical operations, covering all interested parties, such as legal, finance and media relations, that may have greatly different priorities at crunch time and ensuring everyone is on the same page.
This session will look at:
- Security gaps in the existing breach response mechanism;
- The nuances of protecting critical infrastructure in the Indian context;
- The role of multi-stakeholder in crafting and testing the plan;
- What changes when the breach is real and it’s time to put the plan in action?