Event Date

INDIA - 12/03/2021 - 23/03/2021

Event Description

The Cybersecurity Readiness- Emerging Threats And Defences

Cyber-attacks have victims across various industries like governments, hospitality, banking and so on. Enterprises have been struggling to get ready to counter cyber-attacks, but their efforts aren’t sufficient. We have seen that Cybersecurity readiness isn’t just having a firewall or an antivirus program. Countering Cybersecurity is everyone’s responsibility, so Cybersecurity strengthening should be done from both enterprise management as well as workforce end.  
So, for creating awarenesson same Achromic Point brings The Cybersecurity Readiness- Emerging Threats and Defences starting from 12th, 16th, 19th & 23rd March 2021.
Benefits of attending:
·         Analyze the Cybersecurity trends to keep your enterprise security policies updated.
·         How to keep Cybersecurity insurance up-to-date.
·         Develop industry current Cybersecurity and information security policies.
·         How to Audit all the business processes on regular basis to identify the significant risk areas
Who should attend?
·         Auditors
·         Risk Professionals
·         Cyber security heads
·         Fraud & Compliance officer
·         CFOs
·         CEOs
Thought Leaders:
·        Savitha K Jagadeesan
Senior Resident Partner
Kochhar & Co.
·        Anirban Banerjee
Global Head - Business Advocacy & Excellence
TCS BFSI Operations
·        Anil Chiplunkar
Corporate InfoSec and IT Professional, Cyber Fraud Investigator
·        Kamala Naganand
Advocate | Mediator
Aarna Law

Event Agenda

12th March, 2021
04.30 PM - 05.30 PM
Session 1: Introduction
·         Law and Policy in “Indian” Cyberspace – Extent and Application of the IT Act
·         Definition: FinCEN defines “Cyber-Enabled Crime” as illegal activities (e.g., fraud, money laundering, identity theft,) carried out or facilitated by electronic systems and devices, such as networks and computers.
·         Jurisdiction in Cyberspace
·         Regulation of Certifying Authorities
16th March, 2021
04.30 PM - 06.00 PM
Session 2: Different forms of Cybersecurity Threats:  How to Identify and Report them
·         Unauthorized access to funds, data, lines of credit:
§ Phishing (includes Spear Phishing)
§ Spoofing
§ Malware
§ Social Engineering (such as elder abuse)
    • Includes social media such as job changes announced through LinkedIn
§ Hacking using vulnerabilities
·         Ransomware
·         Counterfeit virtual funds (e.g. credit/debit/gift cards, wire transfers, etc.)
·         Falsified transaction information to disguise routes or histories in order to enable money-laundering, terrorist financing, sanctions evasion
§ Data manipulation
§ Virtual account opening/access
§ Data or funds rerouting
·         Currency conversion
Future Trends in Cyber-security
§ Proactive vs. Reactive
§ How & why is SIEM (Security Incident & Event Management) is most critical and topical today
19th March, 2021
04.30 PM - 06.00 PM
Session 3: Electronic Evidence
·         Data Protection, Privacy and Corporate Compliance
·         Dark Web Research
·         Intellectual Property, The Internet and Electronic Commerce
The Legal Challenges to Internet Banking
·         Privacy Bill, 2011: Critical Analysis
·         Internet Law Regulation
·         Need & Scope for Cyber Insurance
23rd March, 2021
04.30 PM - 05.30 PM
Session 4: Cyber Security Risk Management:
·         Concepts of Cyber Security Risk Management
o   What is Risk
o   Identification, analysis, estimation, evaluation
·         Methodologies for Cyber Security Risk Management
o   ISO 31000 and ISO 27005
o   NIST SP 800-30
o   Failure Mode Effect Analysis


12/03/2021 - 23/03/2021


Opening Day Time: 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Closing Day Time: 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm




Download Link : Cybersecurity_V5.pdf

Registration Fees

INR 7,500.00

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