The strongest drivers of security have been compliance and regulation. But with security increasingly being identified with tangible business risks, is executive management prepared to take a risk-based approach to information security? Do boards understand the criticality of security and accept that sustainable security practices need to be risk-driven?
The multitude of high profile breaches in Asia and India in 2017 have inevitably dislodged the mindset that major breaches were purely a western phenomenon; indicating that as data breaches increase in scale and frequency, businesses today must prepare to ensure an effective, swift, and well- orchestrated response. ISMG’s Summits are dual track events designed for senior Infosec, risk, forensic, compliance, cyber law and law enforcement professionals, the summit will focus on the latest fraud techniques and technologies, as well as a holistic, strategic approach across industries.
The Fraud & Breach Prevention Summit Delhi will address contemporary challenges and topics of particular interest to the Indian and Asia practitioner community, such as path breaking innovations and technologies, building stronger incident response mechanisms, defense against the ransomware epidemic, tackling insider threat, securing the cashless payments infrastructure, threat intelligence, information sharing, governance and compliance challenges, securing Smart Cities and IoT, among many others.