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DSCI’s Best Practices Meet 2023: Uniting Cyber Security Experts for a Tech-Secure Tomorrow



DSCI's Best Practices Meet 2023: Uniting Cyber Security Experts for a Tech-Secure Tomorrow

BENGALURU: The Data Security Council of India (DSCI) is all set to host the highly anticipated flagship event,  the 15th edition of Best Practices Meet (BPM) 2023, on August 22-23, 2023.

The Best Practices Meet has firmly established itself as a premier industry gathering, bringing together security and privacy professionals, experts, and practitioners to engage in profound discussions about the best practices and concerns within the global and domestic cybersecurity landscape.

Convergence of Cyber Security Expertise

The DSCI Best Practices Meet (BPM) is a unique platform that facilitates the convergence of security and privacy professionals under a single roof. With the overarching goal of advancing the cyber security industry, the BPM provides an avenue for delegates to deliberate on a diverse range of topics, share insights, and collectively address the challenges and opportunities that define the current and future cyber security landscape.

Thematic Focus: Emerging Technologies and Security

With each edition, the DSCI Best Practices Meet (BPM) selects a dominant theme that encapsulates the contemporary evolution of security.

This year’s focus is squarely on “Emerging Technologies and the Security Challenges and Opportunities”. Thereof, the proliferation of groundbreaking technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Internet of Things (IoT), Natural Language Processing (NLP), cloud computing, blockchain, and more, has ushered in an era of transformative technological progress.

Navigating Challenges and Unveiling Opportunities

As technology continues to evolve, new avenues of innovation open up, yet they also introduce complex challenges in terms of security. The BPM 2023 will delve into critical aspects such as the Quantum Security Stack, Cloud Security Innovations, Application Modernization, Hardware Security in Emerging Technologies, Extended Reality Convergence, AI Integrated Cybersecurity, and Software Supply Chain Security. These discussions will be instrumental in unraveling the multifaceted dimensions of cyber security in the context of emerging technologies.

Multiple Sub-Summits for Comprehensive Insights

This year’s BPM promises more comprehensive experience, with the inclusion of multiple sub-summits that will shed light on specific concerns and imperatives within key tracks. These sub-summits will delve into topics such as Automotive and Hardware Security, Product Security, Cyber Government Competency Centers (GCCs), and Cyber Security Research, ensuring a holistic exploration of the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

An Optimistic Outlook

While the rapid pace of technological advancement undoubtedly challenges the existing security paradigm, it also presents an array of promising opportunities for the field of cybersecurity.

The DSCI Best Practices Meet (BPM) 2023 aims to provide a platform for experts to collectively chart the course for a secure digital future, leveraging the potential of emerging technologies while safeguarding against evolving threats.

As the countdown to the event begins, cyber security professionals and enthusiasts from around the world are eagerly anticipating the insights, discussions, and collaborations that the DSCI Best Practices Meet (BPM) 2023 promises to deliver.

For more information and registration details, please visit the official DSCI website.

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