12-13 September 2016 | Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai
India Security Conference is your networking platform to interact with the security community and learn about the security challenges and latest security innovations and solutions. Themed “Building safe and secured environments with Intelligence, Analytics and Mobility”, the event will focus on cybersecurity and safe cities issues. Co-located with InfoComm India - India’s premier exhibition and conference for the professional audiovisual and information communications industry, the two events integrate as a total solution platform for service providers and manufacturers to network with buyers and decision-makers from both public and private sectors for the protection of properties, assets and environments.
The first and most important stage of security is the surveillance and gathering of intelligence. This calls for equipment such as CCTVs and Biometrics hardware and software to collect the essentials in its raw, unprocessed form. Secured network for transmission of data is important to ensure non-tempering of data.
Analytics help digest, decode and make sense of the terabytes of information and data collected, by providing secured storage, analysis and forensic tools. Change from byte-sized to bite-sized for effective prevention against threats or reaction to a calamity and provide situational awareness.
The human intervention of any security installation with physical security apparatus from perimeter protection to communication devices for personnel on the move. The effective mobilisation of people and equipment is crucial to the entire infrastructure of a steadfast and secured location.
A 360-degree scope of complete coverage is formed with the synergy from Infocomm India’s network of exhibitors. Get maximum exposure and support from ICT providers and audio-visual exhibitors to showcase a safe and secured environment.
The Advisory Panel for India Security Conference 2016 was formed with the intent to help shape the content of the conference, and ensure it remains relevant and useful to the needs of the industry. Made up by industry players, the Advisory Panel will meet and discuss the latest trend and challenges faced by the industry, thereby creating a content-rich programme for the Indian security professionals.
Anil Dhawan has over 29 years of experience in the security industry. He is Immediate Past President of the Asian Professional Security Association, India chapter 2010-12. He is also the ex - Vice Chairman for Overseas Security Council (India) – the leading association for American private sector interests worldwide.
He has served the world’s largest security provider G4S for 21 years as Managing Director and was their first employee in India.
Anil Dhawan is also currently Co – Chairman, Security Committee of ASSOCHAM. He is also an Advisor to the Security Sector Skill Development Council (SSSDC). He also holds Advisory positions with the Kerela Academy for Skill Excellence, International Police Expo and Civil Aviation Committee, FICCI.
Shankar Jadhav is Head - Strategy at the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), Asia’s oldest stock exchange and the world’s largest with more than 5400 companies listed. It is also the world’s fastest exchange with a response time of 6 microseconds.
Besides Strategy, he also leads the Marketing, Corporate Communications, Legal Commercial, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) & infrastructure efforts such as Datacenters at BSE.
Shankar Jadhav is a Director on Boards of Bank of India Shareholding Ltd., BFSI Sector Skill Council, BSE Investments Ltd., Marketplace Technologies, Marketplace Tech Infra Services and BSE CSR Integrated Foundation. He is also a member of committees & working groups at the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE), FICCI, etc.
In his stint with India’s largest industrial group, he was involved in strategy formulation, execution & business development of India’s largest telecom project. He was a part of the senior management that brought about the Telecom Revolution in India and was instrumental in helping set up the pan-India network as techno-commercial team member. Other past stints include MNCs & corporates like Siemens, RPG group, Wadia group, Great Eastern Shipping and London based pharmaceutical company listed on London Stock Exchange (LSE). As a CEO of a FMCG & agro-based company, he has led the team resulting in a fast pace of growth in the turnover and the profits.
Shankar Jadhav has been a visiting faculty for courses on MBA and Engineering in reputed institutes in Mumbai, Pune and other cities across India teaching Marketing & Sales, Strategy & Finance and has trained over 1500 students over the past two decades.
Shankar Jadhav is a B. Tech (Electrical Engineering) from IIT Bombay and MBA (Finance & Marketing) from IIM Ahmedabad. He is a Lead Assessor certified by BSIQA - UK and a Chartered Engineer.
Maj. General Sethi has nearly four decades of service with the Indian Army which afforded him hands on experience of dealing with security challenges, exposure to procurement and equipment management cycles, managing disaster at strategic levels and appreciation of utility of military diplomacy.
Post retirement, he made his foray into the academic world, participated in the discourse on national security, working with a ‘not for profit organisation’ and in the domain of skill development.
A co-chair of the subcommittee of Electronic Sector Skill Council of India on ‘Security and Surveillance Systems’, he frequently contributes to dialogues on ‘National Security’, ‘Smart & Safe cities’, ‘Smart Borders’ and ‘Skilling’.
Sandeep has 29 years of experience dealing with security issues at the strategic and operational levels, pertaining to corporate risk management, dealing with information and physical security, primarily focused on people, processes and technology.
Currently he heads the Special Services Group at Reliance Industries Limited, dealing with mitigation of technological security challenges and fraud risk management. Earlier he worked with Pinkerton as Country Director and was responsible for operations across South Asia. Prior to that he was part of Mahindra Special Services Group (Mahindra & Mahindra) where he served as Regional Head – North India and Head – Physical Security Practice. Initially he served with the Indian Army for 21 years where he commanded a Mechanized Infantry Battalion in active Counter Insurgency operations in Jammu & Kashmir and held prestigious command, staff and instructional appointments.
Sandeep is a post graduate in Defence and Strategic Studies from Madras University. He is an alumni of the Indian Institute of Management, Indore, Army Command and General Staff College, Bangkok (Thailand) and Defence Services Staff College, Wellington (India). He is also a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).
Nominated on the Board of Directors of the Security Sector Skill Development Council as part of the National Skill Development Corporation established by the Govt. of India, Sandeep is a regular speaker in leading industry events on cutting edge security practices on corporate risk management.
Prof Dr Gupta is currently the Hon. Head / Immediate Past Chairman of the Computer Society of India (CSI), Mumbai Chapter in India. He is also presently Adjunct Faculty, Dept. Of Physics at the University of Mumbai.
Prof. Dr Gupta is a retired Professor of Physics & Former Head of the Department of Physics, University of Mumbai. He has a total teaching experience of 42 years.
Prof Dr Gupta was awarded a Gold medal for Physics at B.Sc. in 1968 in Bhavan’s College, Mumbai. He is also the winner of the Gold at the First All India Scientific Seminar on "Pyramid Power” in 1995 by the National Holistic Healing Association, INDORE for putting Pyramid Power on a Scientific Footing.
His areas of specialization are in M.Sc. (Spectroscopy) and M.Sc. (Electronics). Prof Gupta also holds a Ph.D. in Liquid Crystals-Soft Condensed Matter Physics.
In his current position, M S Upadhye is responsible for planning, implementation of security system for metro network and vital installations including construction sites for Phase-III. He is also responsible for up-gradation, relocation of security equipment installed in metro network of about 200 kilometers and 137 metro stations in the National Territory of Delhi.
In his illustrious career so far, M S Upadhye has held critical and responsible positions including DIGP Intelligence (Western Range), DCP Crime & Railways, DCP Traffic (Delhi Police) and has been entrusted with VVIP security including that of the Prime Minister. He was also a member of the Organizing Committee of the Commonwealth Games held in India in 2010.
M S Upadhye is also a highly decorated officer and holds some landmark achievements to his name:
His areas of expertise are Traffic Management, Police Telecommunications, Information Technology (Design, Development and Implementation of Computer Based Management Information System), Civil Defence & Disaster Management, Sports Management, Motor Fleet Management, VIP security and Infrastructure Security related to MRTS.
M S Upadhye is a graduate of the Indian Police Service (IPS) batch of 1987.
Participate in India Security Conference and take advantage of the two co-located events to reach out to some 8,000 industry professionals from Government sector, Building and Construction, Hotel and Hospitality, Public Infrastructure (such as Theme Park and Museums), IT departments and Legal departments who are existing buyers to InfoComm India. Experience the synergy!
|Average number of information security incidents in India increased by 117% to 6,284 this year. [Source: PwC Global State of Information Security Survey 2016]|
|Attacks on industrial control systems and consumer technologies showed an increase. Lost as result of these attacks surged by 135%.|
|Increase targeted attacks in businesses dealing in critical infrastructure in India, particularly in financial sector, communication and transportation. Amongst these, attacks were on large enterprises. [Source: Symantec Annual Internet Security Threat Report]|
|In a report released by Norton Security, the average cost per cyber crime victim in India is USD207 in 2013|
|Indian government’s renewed focus on digital initiatives and cybersercurity, will create huge opportunities for cybersecurity solution providers.|
India’s Ministry of Home Affairs is assisting state government to modernised its state police forces. Assistance is provided in procurement of state-of-the-art CCTV surveillance cameras, radio tetra sets, forensic labs, vehicles, computerised systems and training.
However, safe Cities is not the sole responsibility of the Police Forces and the homeland security team. Businesses dealing in critical infrastructure such as airports, transportation, telecommunications, finance, building management, emergency services and even water and electricity must stay vigilant.
The emergence of Smart Technology from many devices, buildings, and critical infrastructure means that more information is widely available to gather and interpret. This analysis provides intelligence on how to act/react to critical situations. This is critical in making a city safe.
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