Leveraging Innovative Security Solutions for Banks And Financial Institutions

Venue: Sofitel Hotel

Location: mumbai, maharastra, India

Event Date/Time: Apr 10, 2013 / 8:30 am - (GMT +5:30 hours) End Date/Time: Apr 10, 2013 / 6:30 pm - (GMT +5:30 hours)
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Leveraging Innovative Security Solutions for Banks And Financial Institutions

 

Date               :           April 10, 2013      8:30 am ~ 6:30 pm

Venue             :           Sofitel, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai

It goes without saying that Banking Sector plays a very critical role in the overall development of a nation’s economic and social aspects. Over the last one decade or so, the Indian Banking system has been extremely adept in adopting the latest banking technologies and continuously creating better benchmarks of operations thereby bringing the Indian Banking System almost at par with global players. However, with increasing integration and expansion, the threats and risks associated from all kinds of physical and cyber attacks as well as financial frauds have increased manifold.

For banks, it becomes imperative to guard their assets from all these kinds of threats because banks today are a very key component of economic infrastructure grid. Any large scale cyber fraud or collapse of the banking network has the potential to make the entire economic architecture to come to a standstill. With increasing vulnerability of South Asia, the issue of cyber and physical threats to India’s major financial institutions and its implications for the nation, is no more a just an academic indulgence but a very clear and present danger. Thus a renewed focus on security is required and security must be viewed not just as a tactic, but as part of the overall business strategy.

Banking being a very specialised operation, it becomes imperative for the financial institutions to work in tandem with the nation’s law enforcement agencies and technology providers to devise newer means to counter the present and the potential threats that may endanger the financial grid of India. Against this backdrop, Security Watch India is organizing a one day conference on “Leveraging Innovative Security Solutions for Banks And Financial Institutions” endeavoured to bring all the stakeholders together to brainstorm on this very relevant issue and create a platform for each of them to share their experience and recommend better means to integrate the physical and cyber grids of India’s Financial system to ward off all kinds of hazard that may threaten India.

Security Watch India(SWI) is a non-partisan not for profit organization, that seeks to provide a neutral platform to engage stake holders in security from the Govt., public and private sectors, industry, business and civil society to bring them together to discuss security issues, best practices and cutting edge technologies, to enhance national security, particularly critical infrastructure security. In the short period since its inception, SWI has carved a niche for itself having held several well attended Conferences & Exhibitions on security in India and abroad.

The Key Issues to be discussed at the event include:

•    Strategy on Protection and Physical Security for Banks and Financial Institutions in India

•    Blending Management, Manpower and Latest Technology &Tools to Deter, Prevent and Detect Physical Crime for Banking Security

•    Case Study-Using Biometrics,  Intelligent video surveillance, access control, and incident response solutions for Banking Security

•    Tools and technology to deter/prevent/detect physical crime against: Cash centres, cash, cash in transit, ATM

•    Information Risk: The changing perception of risk and the changing role of CISO, identifying what are the key assets to protect and risk mapping approaches

•    Cyber Defence- Best Strategies for testing, monitoring  and detection for potential Cyber-attacks – Sponsor Speaker

•    Incident Response: From Detection to Eradication

•    Latest Fraud Trends and Developments: Bridging the gap between technology and compliance for Fraud Prevention

•    Fraud Detection using Forensic and other Analytics

•    Developing a Strategy for Fraud Risk Prevention, Detection and Response – Best Practices

Who Should Attend:

Executives, CEOs, COOs, CFOs, CMOs and VPs, CSOs, CIOs, CTOs, CVOs, Head of Technology, IT Directors and Managers, Data Centre Managers, Security Managers, Compliance and Policy Managers, Network Architects and Engineers, Fraud Risk Directors and Managers, Crime Investigators, Internal Auditors, Fraud Prevention Officers, Fraud Analysts of Banking and Financial Institutes, Physical and IT Security Solution Providers, System Integrators, Forensic Analysts, etc

For Sponsorship, Exhibiting and Speaking opportunities at the conference, please contact: 

Shelly Bhasin,  E- mail: shelly@securitywatchindia.org.in  Mobile: +919582229842 , Amit Siddhartha, E-mail: amit@securitywatchindia.org.in Mobile: +91 9953685326

For more information please log on to  www.securitywatchindia.org.in

Organized by:  Security Watch India (SWI)

 

Venue

C-57, Bandra Kurla Complex Bandra (East) Maharashtra 400 051 - MUMBAI INDIA
mumbai
maharastra
India
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Conference Speakers

 

  • Mr. D. Sivanandhan, IPS (retd), Former DGP Maharashtra & CP Mumbai and Security Adviser, Central Security Cell, RBI
  • Brig. J.K. Kurian (Retd.), Deputy General Manager& Chief Officer (Security), State Bank of India
  • Lt. Col. Rohit Shukla, Deputy General Manager (Security) & Chief Security Officer(CS0) IDBI
  • Major D. Sambasiva Rao, Head - Corporate Security Team, ICICI Bank
  • Mr. Nabunkar Sen, SVP & Chief Information Security Officer, Axis Bank  
  • Mr. Vishal Salvi, SVP & Chief Information Security Officer, HDFC Bank  
  • Mr. Sameer Ratolikar, Global Chief Information Officer & Head Business Continuity, Bank of India  
  • Mr. P S Rashtrawar, Chief Information Security Officer, Bank of Baroda  
  • Shri Rajeev Kumar Seth, Chief General Manager (Banking Operations, State Bank of India  
  • Mr. Rajesh Mahajan, General Manager Risk Management, Bank of Baroda  
  • Ms Kavita Tavare, Head Security, Fraud and Risk, HSBC Bank    

Additional Information

 

Banking Sector plays a very critical role in the overall development of a nation’s economic and social aspects. It becomes imperative for the financial institutions to work in tandem with the nation’s law enforcement agencies and technology providers to devise newer means to counter the present and the potential threats that may endanger the financial grid of India.  Against this backdrop, Security Watch India is organizing a one day conference on“Leveraging Innovative Security Solutions for Banks and Financial Institutions” on April 10, 2013 at Sofitel Hotel Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai.  This event will endeavour to bring together all the relevant stakeholders to brainstorm on this very relevant issue and create a platform for each of them to share their experience and recommend better means to integrate the physical and cyber grids of India’s financial system to ward off all kinds of hazard that may threaten India.

 

This one day event is specially designed for the CEO’s, General Managers, chief technology officers, chief Security officers, chief information security officers and the fraud & risk management professionals in the banking and financial sector that are challenged with adapting current protocols and technologies and developing new ones in a world of evolving threats, increased regulatory requirements, consumer expectations for security.