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CSAM 2012

CSAM 2012

Oct 5, 2012

     

 

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About Cyber Security Awareness Month

Each and every one of us needs to do our part to make sure that our online lives are kept safe and secure. That’s what Cyber Security Awareness Month—observed in October 2012—is all about!

OUR SHARED RESPONSIBILITY

Individuals, organizations, and communities throughout the world are gearing up to promote Cyber Security Awareness Month (CSAM) and let others know that all of us have a role in protecting our digital lives. Many CSAM participants across the globe will be doing their part by posting safety and security tips on social networks, educating their customers and employees, engaging in traditional media, displaying posters, posting tips, holding events, and much more.

Team Matrix has endorsed Stay Safe Online and joined hands to spread the word about information security. Team Matrix is one of the National Cyber security Awareness Month Champions (http://www.staysafeonline.org/ncsam/champions/all-champions/). We do not intend to change the world, but we definitely want to make the cyber space a better place to live!

If you are concerned about making the Internet safer and more secure for everyone, we invite you to become an active participant in Cyber Security Awareness Month. Everyone can do something—even if you have less than one hour to devote to this effort!

Why CSAM is So Important

We lead Web-based, digital lives. From personal computers, smartphones, and tablets, e-book readers, to working, shopping, and social networking, virtually every aspect of our lives touches the digital world. Even when we are not directly connected to the Internet, this vast worldwide connection of computers, data, and websites supports our everyday lives through financial transactions, transportation systems, healthcare records, emergency response systems, personal communications, and more.

This reliance increases as digital technology advances and high speed Internet access becomes more widespread. Yet, if we are to maximize the convenience, speed, and future potential of a digital society, we must protect the resource that makes it possible.

The Internet is a shared resource and securing it is Our Shared Responsibility, the theme for 2012 Cyber Security Awareness Month.

No individual, business, or government entity is solely responsible for securing the Internet. Everyone has a role in securing their part of cyberspace, including the devices and networks they use. Individual actions have a collective impact and when we use the Internet safely we make it more secure for everyone. If each of us does our part—implementing stronger security practices, raising community awareness, educating young people, training employees—together we will be a more resilient and safer digital society.

The Schedule – Oct 7th, 2012

Time Speaker Topic
10:30 – 11:30 Mr. Dinesh Bareja Career Prospects In Information Security
11:30 – 12:30 Cdr. M Lingesh Being a smart security manager in a
dynamic IT Space
12:45 – 01:30                                                        Lunch
01:15 – 02:15 Mr. Manu Zakaria CNII (Critical National Information
Infrastructure) and Mass Exploitation
02:15 – 03:15 Mr. Niranjan Reddy Cyber Warfare, CyberCrime
03:30 – 04:30 Mr. Sunil Bakshi Information Systems Audits

Cyber Security Awareness Month 2012 – Eminent Speakers


 

Mr. Manu Zacharia

  • Director, HackIT Technology and Advisory Services
  • President, Information Security Research Association (A registered Non-Profit Organization)
  • Chief Architect, Matriux Project – Open Source Security Distribution (OS) for Penetration Testing and Digital Forensics

Manu Zacharia is an information security expert. He is the creator and chief architect of Matriux (www.matriux.com) – Asia’s first security and penetration testing operating system. He is the founder of Information Security Day initiatives and the c0c0n International Hacking and Information Security Conference. Mr. Zacharia started his career as a system and network administrator. He has certifications in CEH, Certified Hacking Forensic Investigator, Microsoft Certified Professional, Certified ISO 27001:2005 Information Security Management System Lead Auditor, Cisco Certified Network Associate. He extended his service to various state and central investigation agencies, including Kerala Police, on various cyber forensics investigation issues, some of which attained national attention. Mr. Zacharia is also associated with the Signal School, Centre for Defense Communication & Electronic Warfare, a professional training institution of the Indian Navy in communications and information warfare for their various security courses. He is the president of the Information Security Research Association (ISRA) and an active member of the Data Security Council of India, Bangalore Chapter. He is a member of the Community Board of Advisors –  EH-Net – Ethical Hacker Network Portal. He has been awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional – M V P award for 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 in Enterprise Security stream and honored with the Asia Pacific Information Security Leadership Achievements Award for 2010 from (ISC)² under Senior Information Security Professional Category.

Mr. Sunil Bakshi

 CISO, NSETECH

Mr. Sunil Bakshi had been working with State Bank of India for 25 years of which 18 years as IT Manager and as Manager in Enterprise Risk Services group of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India Private Limited, Mumbai for 2 years and as Senior Manager in Wipro consulting services.

He is Senior Member of Computer Society of India is a Patron of Pune chapter. He was Chairman of Pune chapter. He is also member of ISACA and was president of Pune chapter. He was member of International Membership board of ISACA, USA and CISM Test Enhancement committee of ISACA. Currently he is working on CRISC TES and part of QA team of CISA and CISM technical review manuals since 2003. Sunil is also member of Association of Technical Scholarships (AOTS), Japan.

Mr. Dinesh Bareja

President, Open Security Alliance

Mr. Dinesh Bareja has over 23 years work and business experience across varied domains and has been in the technology domain since the past 15 years. His expertise and present work is in security strategy, architecture design and operations in areas like Banking, IPR, Cyber Security and Cybercrime, Critical Infrastructure among others. He is associated with the Cyber Defence Research Center (Jharkhand Police) as Cyber Surveillance Advisor and also leads the Indian Honeynet Project. In his commercial avatar he is an Infosec consultant for specialty services in DLP, SOC, SIEM, GRC, ISMS. etc.

Cdr. M. Lingesh

Information Security Manager, Tata Consultancy Services

A specialist in Telecommunications and Electronic Warfare and had served for 20 yrs in the Indian Navy as a Submariner. He is a graduate of the prestigious Defence Services Staff College, Wellington. After his premature retirement in March 2006, he worked with ABN AMRO Central Enterprise Services Pvt Ltd (ACES) (Now Royal Bank of Scotland) as ISMS Manager. He was responsible for driving ISO 27001 standard across all ACES locations in India.

He has been with TCS since Dec 2007 and is presently as Information Security Manager of BFS 01, which is a Banking unit. A CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner), CISA (Certified Information Systems Auditor) CPP (Certified Protection Professional) and an ISO 27001 Lead Auditor.

Mr. Niranjan Reddy

Founder & CTO – Netconclave Systems

Mr. Reddy is the Founder & CTO – Netconclave Systems, Cyber Crime Consultant for Pune Cyber Crime Cell, Maharashtra Police.He has an experience of more than 8 years in the field of Networking & IT Security and having executed various critical run-away projects in India & abroad.

 

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