Tag Archives: cyber security management

Strategic Thinking for Security: Defending the National Cyberspace – Part III

Introduction In the previous two parts of this blog, several strategic issues related to defense of our national cyberspace in the broad areas of governance, operational aspects and development of… Read more »

Strategic Thinking for Security: Defending the National Cyberspace – Part II

Introduction The imperative of operationalizing the concepts of Cyber Deterrence and Active Defence for defending our national cyberspace was highlighted in the first part of this blog. It was further… Read more »

Strategic Thinking for Security: Defending the National Cyberspace – Part I

When it comes to cyber security in and of our country, there is a lot to achieve. This write-up attempts to discuss some of the issues which have strategic significance… Read more »

NASSCOM-DSCI Indian Cyber Security Delegation: Key Takeaways

The first Indian Cyber Security Delegation visit to Hague Security Delta (Netherlands) & Malvern Security cluster (UK) from April 11-15, 2016 was organised by NASSCOM-Data Security Council of India (DSCI). The delegation was led by Dr. Gulshan Rai, National Cyber Security Coordinator, Government of India and comprised of 40 key players in Cyber Security from the Indian industry, government & academia.

Analysis of Cyber Security Information Sharing Act (2015)

The purpose of this act is to enable government entities to share cyber threat information with private sectors. In addition, this act would also facilitate in the private sector’s sharing… Read more »

Data Protection begins with Data Lifecycle Management

The key to cyber security management is to protect your data. The first step to protect your data is to ‘know’ your data – where, rather where all, is the data, where is it originating, flowing, residing, getting touched, tampered, deleted and such.