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Overview:

The recent past has seen the Indian government take giant strides towards creating a cashless economy. While the increasing
digitisation adds economy and convenience to the bankers and the customers, there lurks silently, the menace of cybercrime.
The success of the 98% cash economy into a cashless economy depends primarily on the risk, governance and compliance
standards developed by banks. With the recent bank heist involving the major banks of India, Indian banking and financial
market is fast becoming the target for cybercrime syndicates. It is time for banking sector to advance their cyber security
standards.

The 3rd Annual CISO Summit 2017 is taking place on 14th July 2017 at The Lalit, Mumbai, India to address the dynamics of cyber
security and risk management in the Digital Business Era. The event will be a congregation of representatives from national, and
commercial banks in India along with top cyber security experts to share their best practices on cyber security and protection of
banking IT infrastructure.

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FEATURED SPEAKERS
• Vinayak Godse, Senior Director, Data Security Council of India
• Bharat Panchal, Head - Risk Management, National Payments Corporation of India
• Brig. Abhimanyu Ghosh, Joint Secretary, National Security Council Secretariat (NSCS)
• G. Gopalakrishna, Founder and Former Executive Director, RBI Working Group on Information security
and Independent Director, Dena Bank
• Prof (Dr) Triveni Singh, Additional Superintendent of police, Cyber Crime, STF, UP Police
• Manish Tiwari, Chief (Information) Security Officer, Microsoft India
• Rajesh Hemrajani, Chief Information Security Officer, IDFC Bank Ltd
• Jaspal Singh Sawhney, Director & Chief Information Security Officer, Deutsche Bank
• Agnelo Dsouza, Chief Information Security Officer, Kotak Mahindra Bank
• Ravi Bhushan, Chief Information Security Officer, Barclays Bank
• Col. Harendra Bana, Associate Director Security- SE Asia (India Region), PepsiCo India
• Sumit Dhar, Senior Director and Head – Information Security & Risk Management, EdgeVerve (Infosys)
• Krishna Sastry Pendyala, Executive Director, PwC
• Subrahmanya Gupta Boda, Chief Information Security Officer, EC-Council
• Adv. Prashant Mali, Chairman, Cyber & Law Foundation
• Ashutosh Jain, Chief Information Security Officer, Axis Bank
• Ramesh Kauta, Chief Information Security Officer, GE Digital

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KEY SPEAKERS
Vinayak Godse Bharat Panchal
Senior Director, Data Security Council of India Head - Risk Management, National Payments Corporation
of India
Mr. Godse has a vast experience in Information Security,
IT Transformation, Telecom Switching Infrastructure, Bharat is responsible to Monitor, evaluate and implement
Intelligent Networking and Broadband Infrastructure. At improvements of Risk management controls and
DSCI he is managing a program for defining data security and privacy practices, governance areas, which are Enterprise Risk Management, Operational Risk
based on which self-regulation mechanism will be established. Along with this Management, Information Security, Internal Audit and Fraud Management. He
program, he is also engaged in the DSCI outreach program at national and is also responsible to establish the ownership for risk management activities
international platforms for establishing collaboration with different legal and across the organization and partnering with functions and member banks to
regulatory bodies, data protection authorities, global clients and outsource ensure efficiency and effectiveness of operations, safeguarding of tangible and
service providers of all categories including small and medium players. He intangible assets, accuracy and integrity of transactions and processes. Under
is also closely working with Department of Information Technology (DIT), his leadership, NPCI has achieved PCI DSS, ISO 27001, ISO 22301 and ISO 9001.
Govt. of India, on cyber security initiatives, security and privacy surveys and He was instrumental to receive Ramakrishna Bajaj National Quality Award
making of rules for IT Act. Prior to joining DSCI he was working with Global Certification of Merit in February 2016. Prior to NPCI, Bharat has worked for Kotak
Consulting company as a Consultant, Information Risk Management and a Mahindra Bank, Citi, Reliance Communications and AVAYA Globa lConnect. He
public sector telecom service provider in India. In his period of serving these is having BS in IT and CISA, CISM, BCCP certifications. Bharat has been awarded
two organisations he got an exposure to telecom infrastructure, intelligent as “Security Leader of the Year” in December 2014 by Data Security Council of
networking, Internet backbone infrastructure and security consulting for India (DSCI) for his significant contribution in cyber security in banking sector
clients across the globe. He is a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), and “Information Security Meastro-2015” by INFOSECURITYLIVE.COM in April
a certification conducted by Information System and Control Association 2015. Recently awarded dynamicCISO Security Excellence “Trailblazer” Award
(ISACA). in March 2016.

G. Gopalakrishna Jaspal Singh Sawhney


Founder and Former Executive Director, RBI Working Group Director & Chief Information Security Officer, Deutsche Bank
on Information security and Independent Director, Dena
Bank Jaspal has a global experience in Information risk and
technology in various leadership roles for 23 over years in
Shri G Gopalakrishna has taken over as Director, Centre the industry. Majority of this tenure has been spent with
for Advanced Financial Research and Learning (CAFRAL) from 21st April 2014. large financial institutions in Singapore and India. Jaspal joined Deutsche Bank
CAFRAL has been set up by Reserve Bank of India to develop into a world in Singapore in 2000 as Regional Head for Information Security Engineering
class global institution for research and learning in banking and finance. and moved to Mumbai in 2004. Presently he is the Director - Country Head
Before joining CAFRAL, he was Executive Director, Reserve Bank of India (RBI). CISO for Deutsche franchise in India, responsible for Information Security
Gopalakrishna was Executive Director, RBI in October 2007 to April 2014 and for the banking franchise in India and Org leadership responsibilities for 300
was overseeing the Department of Banking Supervision, Financial Stability Unit, plus roles within India Security Operations Center. Prior to this he was the
Department of Communication, Dept. of Information Technology, Secretary’s Director Technology responsible for COO / Chief of Staff Functions for 700 FTE
Dept., Foreign Exchange Department, Department of Payment and Settlement Technology Operations Centres in India requiring management oversight of
System of the RBI. He also headed the Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee technology organization, operations, financials and client relationships for
Corporation. During 2011, he Chaired the Working Group on Information Deutsche franchise in India. Mr. Sawhney has been in other diverse roles such
Security, Electronic Banking Technology, Risk Management and Cyber Frauds, as Global technology relationship lead for captives in US, UK, and APAC. Prior
the recommendations of which have been implemented April 2011. He was to joining DB in Singapore in 2001, he was responsible for conceptualising,
also Chairman of the Technical Group set up to Review Supervisory Rating designing and implementing a multi-year strategic Information Security
Framework as part of the High Level Steering Committee appointed by RBI in middleware program delivery for Global Applications portfolio with Standard
2012 to review the Supervisory process in India. He authored the Central Credit Chartered Bank within their Singapore Region.
Registry created by RBI in 2014 for reporting large value credits. Gopalakrishna
chaired the Committee constituted to examine the recommendations of FSLRC
relating to Capacity Building in Banking and non-banking sector. The report Ramesh Kauta
has since been submitted to RBI. Gopalakrishna was the Regional Director, CISO, GE Digital
Kerala from 2001 to 2004. He was also Vice-Principal/Member of Faculty in the
Reserve Bank Staff College during 1989-1995. Ramesh is responsible for driving & and implementing
Cybersecurity and Governance for GE South Asia. Driving
Regional Risk evaluation and mitigation in the region.
Prior to this, he has been the CIO of the GE Research Center in Bangalore. He
has been with multiple GE businesses prior to these roles in Engineering and
IM functions. Lead initiatives for setting up High performance computing
environment and optimization of Engineering tools, simplification of services.
He has worked with Hindustan Aeronautics limited, Bangalore in different roles
in the Design team of Light Combat Aircraft project. He has Bachelor’s degree
in Mechanical Engineering and Master in Aeronautics.

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Col. Harendra Bana Adv. Prashant Mali
Associate Director Security- SE Asia (India Region), PepsiCo Chairman, Cyber & Law Foundation
India
Prashant is an Internationally renowned Cyber Law &
Oversees the Physical security; Crisis management; BCP Cyber Security Expert, Author & Practicing High Court
and Travel management for PepsiCo SE Asia. Harendra is Lawyer based out of Mumbai, India. He has been awarded
a career security professional with an experience of 30 years in the security as “Cyber Security Lawyer of the Year-India by Financial Monthly magazine of
domain. He started his career with the Indian Army in 1987 and opted to move UK (2016). He has also been awarded as “Cyber Security & Cyber Law Lawyer of
out in 2007 to seek a corporate career retiring in the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. the Year 2014 by Indian National Bar Association. He has a Masters in Computer
The corporate career commenced in 2007 with an innings of five years with Science & Masters in Law with certification in Computer Forensics & Systems
Microsoft as Security Manager followed by a tenure with John Deere India Audit with working experience in the field of IT Security & Law for more than
as their Country Security Manager. In December 2014, Harendra took up the 20 Yrs. He has authored 6 books on Cyber Crimes & Cyber Laws. He is a legal
role of Associate Director Security for PepsiCo South East Asia. Besides military adviser to Police, Govt Companies, MNC’s, Corporates and represents them in
certifications Harendra holds ISO certifications in both Risk and Business various courts. Recently was invited by Oxford University to Present a paper
Continuity Management. He is also completed a post graduate diploma from on “Cyber Terrorism & International Law” and his abstract of Research paper
XLRI in 2007. Col. Bana also holds several prestigious industry memberships. He namely “ Defining Cyber Weapon A techno Legal perspective” is selected by
is the Chairman of OSAC, Delhi Chapter, Member corporate security committee NATO’s Cyber Conflict Centre in Tallinn, Estonia. His Research Interest are in
of FICCI Homeland Security and member of the United Services Institution of Cyber warfare, Cyber Security, Cyber weapons and International Cyber Law.
India. He is also Chevening (UK) Cyber Security Policy Fellow for 2015 and Selected
for International Visitor Leadership Program (USA) in 2017 on “Linking Digital
Policy to Cyber Crime”
Sumit Dhar
Senior Director and Head – Information Security & Risk
Management, EdgeVerve (Infosys) Subrahmanya Gupta Boda
CISO, EC-Council
Sumit has extensive experience in leading large Risk,
Resilience & InfoSec programs. He specializes in building Gupta Boda is responsible for overall information
world class service lines from scratch, creating high performance teams and security, governance, compliance and risk management
driving business objectives via the Information Security programs. In his at EC Council. Besides, the information security aspect,
current role at EdgeVerve, he is responsible for product and enterprise security. Boda is leading the company’s curricula and program development areas,
Prior to EdgeVerve, he was with HP where he conceptualized and developed where he along with a team will manage the CISO Program and other
the InfoSec, Risk and Resilience consulting service from scratch to a multi- certifications, related events and resources. In his previous role as Group CISO
million-dollar practice. Sumit is also the adjunct faculty for Cyber Security at of GMR Infrastructure, he was responsible for information security across the
IIIT-B. He has been invited as a speaker at various large global conferences, group. Prior to that he worked for 14 years with the Indian unit of Mercedes
seminars and summits. His articles on security have appeared in various Benz Research and Development as Head of IT services, information security
reputed international journals and he is the author of multiple books, one of and application testing. He started his professional career with Central
which is an Amazon bestseller. Research Laboratory, Ghaziabad - a division of Bharat Electronics Ltd. Boda
has an overall experience of over two decades in the information security/
information technology domain. Boda holds a Bachelors Degree in Electronics
Krishna Sastry Pendyala and Communications Engineering from Andhra University and Masters Degree
Executive Director, PwC in Software Systems from BITS Pilani. He is a senior member of IEEE and has
been also honoured with the Paul Harris Fellow by Rotary International.
Prior to PwC, Mr. Sastry worked 3.5 years with Tata
Consultancy Services as Global Head, Fraud Management
& Digital Forensics & 23 years with Ministry of Home
Affairs, Govt. of India as Forensic Scientist. Sastry has examined more than
1400 cases involving digital evidence referred by various state & central Law-
enforcement agencies and deposed evidence in various Courts of Law. His
core area of expertise includes off-line & online Digital Forensic investigations,
Cyber security breach investigation, Incident response Management, Malware
analysis and e-discovery. Through INTERPOL General Secretariat, Lyons &
national central bureau (INTERPOL) India, Sastry as a subject matter expert
trained Law Enforcement officials of more than 95 countries in Asia, Africa and
Pacific regions in Electronic Fraud & cyber-crime investigations and Digital
Forensics. Sastry th, “Union Home Minister Award for Meritorious Service” in
the year 2004, Directorate of Forensic Science, Ministry of Home affairs award
for “promoting new technologies in the Field of Forensic Science”. Sastry co-
authored the first Indian book on Cyber Forensics titled “Computer Crimes and
Forensics”. He is INTERPOL certified “Train the Trainer” in the field of Computer
Forensics and completed “Executive Forensic Development Seminar” at FBI
Forensic Laboratory, Quantico, USA.

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AGENDA
9.00 – 10.00 Registration 11.45 – 12.15 Panel Discussion

Welcome address by Jay Bavisi - CEO & President Discussing and debating the National cyber
10.00 – 10.20
- EC Council security architecture to monitor and certify
India’s networks in accordance with law
10.20 – 11.00 Inaugural Keynote Session • Role of the Reserve Bank of India in
strengthening the cyber security
infrastructure
Laying the foundation for a successful digital
economy • Cyber Security in the times of Social
media
In the few months India has gone into a fast
forward mode with respect to digitization. While • Roles of the BotNet Centre and the
this is a great opportunity to put India on the National Cyber Coordination Centre
world map as a growing market, it also poses a • Rise in the number of digital
great threat to our cyber security infrastructure.
payments by cyber security illiterates
This session speaks not only about our current
preparedness for such a digital revolution of this
scale, but also addresses the skill and knowledge
gap that we need to cover in order to have a
successful digital revolution. 12.15 – 12.30 Networking Coffee Break

• The accelerated growth of digitization


has increased the risk manifold for 12.30 – 13.00 Panel Session
enterprises
• Growing number of cyber security job Cyber Security - Are you invested enough?
openings in India Key security initiatives for a majority of
• Increasing budgets for enhancing organizations in 2017 include: security
security programs operations, incident response network and
• Challenges of keeping pace with the data center security, identity governance and
changing regulations made by the administration, mobile and cloud security
stakeholders in the system governance, advanced threat defense,
application security, security policy and
program development and governance, risk
11.00 – 11.30 Keynote and compliance (GRC) This session will speak
about the various investments being made
by enterprises for cyber security and the ROI
India collaborates with the world to combat expected. Are these investments enough or
cyber security threats are they interfering with the cost of doing
• Overview of the joint ventures with business?
leaders in the world in the Cyber security
space
• Bringing world class cyber security
practices to India 13.00 – 13.30 Panel Session
• Urgency of Collaboration in the age of
hyper organized threat Enabling a safer use of cloud
• Investing in vulnerability management
as well as intrusion detection tools • Cloud outages and business impact
• Understanding the regulations with
11.30 – 11.45 Special Address regards to cloud adoption
• Advantages of cloud protection
layers and preventing zero day
Cyber Security Breach: Investigations Tools &
attacks
Techniques used in cracking few REAL complex
financial cybercrime cases along with specific • Gaining a competitive edge with
reference to legal provisions and mandatory cyber security
computer forensic procedures applied for
electronic evidence recovery

13.30 – 14.30 Lunch & Networking

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14.30 – 15.15 Panel Session

Emerging Approaches to Securing the IoT Infrastructure

• Evaluating the device manufacturers preparedness


• Are we budgeted for IoT security breaches
• Preventing the misuse of IoT systems
• Security your IoT architecture

15.15 – 15.45 Panel Session

What is a Cyber Security cover? Are you really covered?

• Understanding the need for a security cover with a rise in digital payments
• Cyber insurance and cyber liability insurance covers – What are the options available
• Creating an advanced threat defense mechanism
• Mitigating inexpensive and known vulnerabilities

15.45 – 16.15 Panel Session

What is keeping your CISO up all night?

While we have seen the roles of CISOs evolving into being strategic leaders of the organization, we have also seen a rise in the sophistication
of attacks. Companies today face a greater challenge in maintaining operational efficiency due to shortage of skilled staff.

Building on a robust cyber security system and having a plan to combat the cyber security threats is the most pressing need of the hour.

16.15 – 16.30 Networking Coffee Break

16.30 – 17.15 Incubation Centre

Cyber Security & Risk Management Summit 2017 can be your launch pad in the industry. Use this space to reach out to your potential clients.

17.15 – 17.45 Fire Chat

Future of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in BFSI – Exploring Pros & Cons

• How AI can be a valuable ally when it comes to defending against hackers


• Is Artificial Intelligence a welcome reinforcement in the war to protect data?

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