With Covid-19 pandemic, we have seen the workforce going digital like never before. But at the same time, this shift to a work-from-home/ remote location operating model raises significant implications for IT and cybersecurity, with risk on the rise and multifarious concerns for CISOs. These dynamic nature of the threats involved means that stakeholders must work together to counter them and build trust.
When: 21st May 2020
Who's it for: Chief Security Officers (CSOs), CISOs, CIOs, CTOs, Digital Risk Officers
|What are the approach organizations need to take to address the heightened cybersecurity risks that come with this situation (COVID-19 pandemic)?|
|Best practices that are critical for improving security for remote employees|
|International collaborations on cybersecurity|
|Changing Role of CISOs (Reskilling and up-skilling of the Govt practitioners)|
|Empowering Government and public sector CISOs for combating threats|
|Balancing the risk and innovation|
|Creating state-wide security policies, IT standards, Cyber laws, the legal, statutory, regulatory and contractual requirements|
|Developing Information security plans and annual assessments or reporting, Risk assessment and Auditing|
|Develop and implement ICT disaster recovery and security incident management processes|
|Information handling, processing, storing, communicating and archiving|
|Adopting a suitable IT Governance framework for implementing supporting processes such as configuration management, change management, incident management and problem management.|
|Developing and Implementation of Incident response plans to deal with Cyber crises, contingencies and disasters, attack on IT systems.|
|Establishing a Cyber Crisis Management Group and Cyber Crisis Management Plan (CCMP)|
Session 1: Securing the critical government infrastructure - Global perspective and practices
Securing critical infrastructure is essential for our economy and society.
Session 2: Security in the Public Sector
The public sector enterprises are continuously upgrading their architecture with next-generation firewall, proxy servers and making everything is cybersecurity enabled. Even some PSUs are augmenting SOC with SIM and network forensics, data activity monitoring tool. How the public sector enterprises are ensuring cyber and network security and going to the next level.
Session 3: Security by Design in the BFSI
BFSI has the most critical data and with their business model based on technology, ensuring security is imperative at every level.
Session 4: Critical role of Cyber Police
The critical role of the police in fighting cybercrime and ensuring cyber Safety. Best practices from the leading cyber police departments of India.
Session 5: Securing digitization within healthcare
Securing the healthcare systems and critical IT infrastructure. As the number of cyberattacks has grown manifold recently, it is imperative to have security by design.
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