The 17th NASSCOM-DSCI Annual Information Security Summit (AISS) 2022 Edition When 12th DSCI Excellence Award Edition Hosted in physical capacity after a two year hosting gap in virtual mode.
The 3-day event is 20-22 December 2022, The Leela Ambience Hotel, Gurugram,participant Hon’ble Chief Guest, Dr. Saurabh Garg, CEO, Unique Identification Authority of IndiaWhen Rajendra S Pawar, Chairman and Co-Founder, NIIT Group Launch of the first issue and a book titled “”Reimagining Security and Trust to Prepare for Digital++”.
The event successfully held many major sub-events with the attendance of top security experts, dignitaries and representatives from various fields.
12th Editions of the DSCI Excellence Awards 2022
The 12th Annual DSCI Excellence Awards 2022 was a notable event in the cybersecurity industry, bringing together top security professionals to discuss and evaluate progress in the field. The awards ceremony will recognize those who have made significant contributions to the field of cybersecurity and privacy. UIDAI won the Government Department’s “Best Security Practices” award.
Union Bank of India, ONGC, BSE, ICICI Lombard General Insurance Awarded in various categories. (Check Figure 1)
The event also recognized top security leaders who contributed to the development of security policies within their organizations and ecosystems.
Tata Consultancy Services won the grand prize inBest privacy practices for your organization‘.
Other notable winners in various categories are:
Special Jury Award
- Security Best Practices in the Banking Sector – Axis bank
- Security Best Practices in the Energy Sector – BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd.
- Cyber Security Services Company of the Year in Indian Geography – Tata Communications
- Security Product Company of the Year – K7 Security
law enforcement department
- India Cyber Cup of the Year – Lieutenant Inspector Shri Gururaj KT, CEN Crime Police Department, Shivamoga, Karnataka
- Excellence in Law Enforcement Capacity Development – Cyber Police, Madhya Pradesh
- Capacity Building Excellence in Academia Cyber Crime, Cyber Law and Digital Forensics – NIELIT, Delhi
- Security Product of the Year – Forty Two and Inspark
9th DSCI Innovation Box Edition rewarded to Most Innovative Product of the Year to Promote – Native Cloud Security Platform.
Cybersecurity CTF Hackathon Winner
12th DSCI Excellence Awards 2022 special feature Cyber Security CTF Hackathonwill put your skills to the test in identifying and neutralizing security threats. The hackathon was a fierce competition with many talented participants who demonstrated a deep understanding of cybersecurity and were able to identify and neutralize a wide range of threats, impressing the judges and becoming one of the top hackathon teams. solidified its position.
Ashutosh Srivastava and Abhinav Saini (Team kernel_panic) were #1 at CTF Hackathon 2022.
— DSCI (@DSCI_Connect) December 22, 2022
Manas Chaudhary and Anshul Singh (Team Loli_pwn) were the second runners-up of the CTF Hackathon 2022.
Overall, the hackathon was a great opportunity for participants to showcase their skills, gain recognition, and learn from experts in their field.
“Security Woman”, a diversity session at AISS2022 brought different perspectives on the changing role of women in security. Visagan Subburayalu, Senior Director of Technology, India Target -Mr. Vinayak Godse India Data Security Council CEO -Ms. Leenika Khattar, Diversity, Inclusion and Attribution – Charter, NASSCOM Director -Ms. Sakshi Vidur, Information Security Director of Charge, Ex Philip, Ex Yum! Brand – Ms. Selva Rani, Head of Cyber Security Delivery at TCS.
The discussion aimed to incorporate different perspectives on the changing role of women in security and discuss the steps that should be taken to close the gender gap in the industry.Alumni of the Cybershikshaa program who attended the session engaged in discussion by sharing their struggles to re-enter the industry after a long career break and how the CyberShikshaa course helped them in their comeback. Added to
Digital Forensics Summit
The Digital Forensics Sub-Summit at AISS 2022 was a highly informative and engaging event focused on the latest developments and best practices in digital forensics. The sub-summit was attended by a series of experts from various industries including names such as:
- Delhi High Court, Judge Talwant Singh
- Rajendra S Pawar, Chairman, DSCI
- Vinayak Godse, DSCI CEO
- Mr. PS Sandhu, IPS, DGP, CID Karnataka
as part of the panel Delhi High Court, Judge Talwant Singh said, “Even if people are aware, they still fall into the trap. The duty officer may or may not be aware of cybercrime, as he is the first person to write a crime complaint.We have a responsibility to be vigilant”
In addition to this,The first training facility was established in 2005 by NASSCOM. Prevention is better than cure, but security breaches happen all the time. Risk is pervasive.More time is spent making digital platforms safer places”- Rajendra S Pawar, Chairman of DSCI.
As part of the Digital Forensics Sub-Summit, a series of Paschala Masterclasses were held to delve deeper into topics of critical importance to cybersecurity. Check out the highlights here.
A mock trial was also held at the Digital Forensics Subsummit. It was an engaging and educational session that showcased how many layers exist during the cybersecurity litigation process.
Workshop with Government eMarketplace (GeM)
A workshop with the Government eMarketplace was held during the AISS 2022 conference. This was a great opportunity for attendees to learn about the Government eMarketplace (GeM) and its potential benefits in procurement. GeM is an online procurement portal for all government buyers operated by the government, including Central/State ministries, departments and agencies that have achieved the milestone order value of Rs. .
This was conducted by Vishal Kapil AVP – Mr. Seller Management and Anoop Dhanvijay Director – CPSEs & Ministries, Government e-Marketplace (GeM).
This workshop was a great insight into the services and facilities provided by the GeM_India Government e-Marketplace, the registration process and the required documents.
The Privacy Sub-Summit at AISS 2022 was a highly anticipated event that brought together leading privacy experts from various industries to discuss and explore the latest trends in privacy and data protection. Attendees had the opportunity to gain insight into the current state of privacy regulations and best practices, as well as the latest developments in data protection and privacy-enhancing technologies. Check out the key takeaways from the privacy sub-summit here.
In conclusion, the 2022 edition of AISS was a huge success, attracting industry leaders, experts and participants from all over the world. The event provided a platform for invaluable networking opportunities, knowledge sharing, and the exchange of ideas.
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