BENGALURU: The 15th edition of Best Practices Meet (BPM 2023) by the Data Security Council of India (DSCI) kicked off with a bang in Bengaluru, presenting a dynamic platform for thought-provoking discussions and insightful deliberations on emerging technologies.
With a distinctive format that featured four sub-summits hosted at four different locations, Day 1 of the event witnessed a convergence of industry leaders, experts, and delegates, igniting conversations that promise to shape the future of technology.
An Enthralling Start
The opening day of BPM 2023 marked the confluence of minds from across the technological spectrum. The event boasted an impressive lineup, including 54 distinguished speakers and an assembly of 219 delegates, who came together to explore the frontiers of innovation and best practices.
The event’s significance was underscored by the participation of four hosting partners, each spearheading a sub-summit dedicated to different facets of the technology landscape.
Diverse Sub-Summits and Engaging Sessions
GCC Sub-Summit: In association with Target, the GCC Sub-Summit delved into the digital realm with an engaging session titled ‘GC2C: Global Cyber Security Capability Centre.’ The session was delivered by Sridhar Sidhu, Senior Vice President and Head of the Information Security Services Group at Wells Fargo.
Sidhu’s insightful presentation shed light on the evolving GCC landscape in India, while a panel of experts navigated through the intricate web of compliance requirements. The discussion encompassed pivotal topics such as the groundbreaking DPDP Act 2023, the unfolding compliance landscapes, GCC’s distinctive compliance perspective, and global best practices.
Research & Academia Sub-Summit – IIIT-B: The Research & Academia Sub-Summit, hosted by IIIT-B, centered its discussion on the theme ‘Techade’: a decade of tech innovation shaping the cyber world. Esteemed panelists took the stage to explore how harnessing the full potential of technological advancements can propel computer science to new heights, ensuring participants remain at the forefront of the ever-evolving technology landscape.
Automotive and Hardware Security Sub-Summit – Bosch: Bosch spearheaded the Automotive and Hardware Security Sub-Summit, which encompassed a diverse array of topics pertinent to automotive security. These included discussions on automotive security regulations and standards, the impact of quantum computing on automotive security, mitigating automotive security threats, the emergence of hardware trojans in the automotive sector, and the critical aspects of security and privacy within software-defined vehicles.
Product Security Sub-Summit – TCS: Ganesh Subramanya, Global Head of Cryptography & OT/IoT Security Services at TCS CyberSecurity, set the tone for the day with a comprehensive primer on Product Security. His session covered essential topics such as security governance, privacy by design, devsecops, and vulnerability response, providing a holistic view of the imperative realm of product security.
A Glimpse into the Future
As the sun set on the vibrant Day 1 of BPM 2023, delegates departed with a wealth of knowledge, novel insights, and renewed inspiration.
The event’s carefully curated sub-summits opened avenues for cross-industry collaboration, fostering a collective endeavor to navigate the evolving technological landscape.
With the promise of one more action-packed day ahead, BPM 2023 has undoubtedly set the stage for meaningful conversations that will steer the course of technological progress.
The BPM 2023 continues its journey, promising to deliver further groundbreaking insights, engaging discussions, and unparalleled networking opportunities as it unfolds. Stay tuned for more updates as the event continues to shape the future of technology and innovation.
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