Agenda

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Registration
09:00 - 10:00
Registration
Inaugural Session
10:00 - 11:15
Welcome Address
Tea & Networking
11:15 - 11:45
Break
Unveiling of South Asia Risk Review Report 2020
11:45 - 11:50
Session
Session 1: Keynote Address I
11:55 - 12:20
Keynote Address
First Senior Defence Advisor to Uttar Pradesh Government

Ø  Lt. Gen. J. K. Sharma, AVSM, First Senior Defence Advisor to Uttar Pradesh Government

Session 2: The Evolving Security Dynamics in South Asia– Implications for Corporate Security and Loss Prevention (panel discussion)
12:25 - 13:10
Session

Discussion Points:

 

  • South Asia is home to over 20% of world population. Easter bombings in Sri Lanka, developments in J&K, Indo-Pak rivalry, Sino-Pak relations, growing prominence of Indo-pacific and growing Chinese interest, political violence in Afghanistan and developments in the Indian Ocean Rim have implications for Security in South Asia.

 

  • Geo-political developments in India and neighbourhood, socio-economic issues, technological developments and disruptions, environmental issues etc have implications for corporate security.

 

Moderator: Sushil Pradhan, COO, Mitkat Advisory

Panelists:

Ø  Sachin Punni, Regional Security Director-APAC, Cardinal Health

Ø  Air Cmde Kedar R Thaakar, Senior Faculty, Gujarat Forensics State University

Ø  Ashish Nangia, Head- Safety & Security Operations, India & APAC, Intuit

Ø  Sameer Saxena, India Real Estate Leader – Marsh & McLennan Companies Inc.

Ø  Col. Randolph Vaz, Subject Matter Expert

Ø  Maitreya Buddha Samantaray, MBCI, CBCP Practice Head, BCM, Incident Management & DLP – Digital Operations and Platforms, Wipro

Ø  Piyush Khare, Deputy General Manager - Group Security, Adani Enterprises Ltd

Ø  Manish Datta, Vice President-Special Projects, IIRIS

Ø  Shreyas Deshmukh, Reasearch Associate, Delhi Policy Group

Session 3: Empowering India with ‘Make in India’ Manufacturing Roadmap and Smart security Technologies
13:15 - 13:35
Session
Vice President , Strategic Business Alliances
Prama Hikvision India Pvt. Ltd

Ø  A.L. Narasimhan , Vice President , Strategic Business Alliances, Prama Hikvision India Pvt. Ltd

Lunch and networking
13:35 - 14:30
Break
Session 4: Rising Expectations from CSOs – Preventing Crises and Ensuring Business Continuity (panel discussion
14:30 - 15:10
Keynote Address

Discussion Points:

 

v  Technological and socio-economic developments, changing consumer preferences and an array of other factors are re-defining businesses and customer expectations.

v  The threat spectrum is becoming diverse, diffused and complex with emergence of new and more sophisticated threat actors and vectors. The past few years have seen a number of natural as well as manmade crises – from natural disasters to tech-enabled and insider threats impacting businesses.

 

v  Technological developments in security and surveillance, convergence of physical & logical functions are noticeable trends. 

 

v  Businesses leaders and other stakeholders including millennial workforce have rising/different expectations from security leaders.

 

v  Future would belong to smarter Security & Continuity Leaders with sound understanding of business and technology, overseeing less human-dependent, more tech-enabled, process centric and cost-conscious integrated security deployments, probably as part of integrated Corporate Services.

 

Moderator: Samrendra Kumar, MD & Co-Founder, MitKat Advisory

 

Panelists:

Ø  Brig K A Mahabir (Retd), Chief of Security & Administration
ITC Limited - Hotels Division

Ø  Rakesh Sharma, Vice President, GCSO- Corporate Security, Barclays

Ø  Col Ajay Bakshi, Cairn, CSO, Corporate & Offshore Security, Cairn Oil & Gas (Vedanta Ltd)

Ø  Jeetendra Kumar Singh, Chief Security Officer, Fortis Healthcare

Ø  Maj. Rohit Sharma, Assistant Vice President – Security & ROW, Sterlite Power Transmission Limited

Ø  Ashish Kumar Chauhan, Corporate Risk Advisor, British Council

Ø  Shakil Ahmed, Vice President, Security & Risk, OYO Rooms*

Ø  Col Rajeev Anand, SME, Geo-politics, Security & Strategy

Discussion Points:

 

v  Technological and socio-economic developments, changing consumer preferences and an array of other factors are re-defining businesses and customer expectations.

v  The threat spectrum is becoming diverse, diffused and complex with emergence of new and more sophisticated threat actors and vectors. The past few years have seen a number of natural as well as manmade crises – from natural disasters to tech-enabled and insider threats impacting businesses.

 

v  Technological developments in security and surveillance, convergence of physical & logical functions are noticeable trends. 

 

v  Businesses leaders and other stakeholders including millennial workforce have rising/different expectations from security leaders.

 

v  Future would belong to smarter Security & Continuity Leaders with sound understanding of business and technology, overseeing less human-dependent, more tech-enabled, process centric and cost-conscious integrated security deployments, probably as part of integrated Corporate Services.

 

Moderator: Samrendra Kumar, MD & Co-Founder, MitKat Advisory

 

Panelists:

Ø  Brig K A Mahabir (Retd), Chief of Security & Administration
ITC Limited - Hotels Division

Ø  Rakesh Sharma, Vice President, GCSO- Corporate Security, Barclays

Ø  Col Ajay Bakshi, Cairn, CSO, Corporate & Offshore Security, Cairn Oil & Gas (Vedanta Ltd)

Ø  Jeetendra Kumar Singh, Chief Security Officer, Fortis Healthcare

Ø  Maj. Rohit Sharma, Assistant Vice President – Security & ROW, Sterlite Power Transmission Limited

Ø  Ashish Kumar Chauhan, Corporate Risk Advisor, British Council

Ø  Shakil Ahmed, Vice President, Security & Risk, OYO Rooms*

Ø  Col Rajeev Anand, SME, Geo-politics, Security & Strategy

Session 5: The Future of Electronic Security- Powered by Made In India by Aditya Infotech
15:15 - 15:35
Session

Ø  Yogesh B. Dutta, COO, Aditya Infotech

Ø  Maj Gen Rajesh Arya, VSM & BAR (Retd), Head – Training & Business Development, Aditya Infot

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Session 5: Understanding the Full Spectrum of Security Risks to an Organisation – panel discussion powered by OSAC
15:40 - 16:25
Session

Discussion points:

 

v  There is an urgent need to secure the security infrastructure both at design and execution phase through proactive identification and protection from anticipated threats.

v  In terms of user privacy also there are challenges related to control over personal information and the risk of leaking a person’s physical location and movement details.

v  Another key issue is the challenge to manage and maintain communication among heterogeneous devices and manage large amount of information emanating from them. 

 

Moderator: Udit Mehta, International SOS

 

Panelists

Ø  Cdr Kartik Vig, Netrika Consulting

Ø  Munish Dhiman, Global Security & Resilience Services, Google India

Ø  Ankush Maria, E&Y

Ø  Radha Singh, Sr. Consultant – Business Transformation & Digitization, Teleperformance DIBS

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Session 6: Mitigating Cyber Security Risks to an Organisation (panel discussion)
16:30 - 17:15
Session

Discussion points:

 

v  Proactive identification and protection from cyber-attacks.

v  Protecting Sensitive Information and user privacy.

v  Managing and maintaining secure communication across heterogeneous platforms.

 

Moderator: Rajesh Batreja, Cyber Security Exper

Panelists:

Ø  Dr. JS Sodhi, Group CIO & Sr Vice President-Amity Education Group & Executive Director-Cyborg Cyber Forensics & Info. Security Pvt Ltd

Ø  Dominic Karunesudas, Founder and CEO, Technitics Consulting Pvt Ltd.

Ø  Gurjot Singh, Director, AVTOW Private Limited

Ø  Soumak Roy, Global Consulting Leader- Cybersecurity, SDG Corporation

Ø  Prof Anmol Deshmukh, Police and Cyber Advisor, Department of Home, Government of Maharashtra

Ø  Samir Datt Founder & CEO, Forensics Guru India

Tea and networking
17:15 - 18:00
Break