Dr. Gulshan Rai has been attending the DSCI Summit since the past 5 – 6 years, and he said that this year it being staged in Gurgaon was in itself… Read more »
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.
With the focus on making security an inherent component of Digital Transformation, the 7th Best Practices Meet, commonly referred to as ‘BPM’, was held in Bengaluru between 9-10 July, 2015. It successfully looked into the structural and systematic analysis of security, and drove deliberations towards the need to build security by design.
DSCI Cybercrime Training Manual (Level I & Level II): An Essential Development in Fighting Cybercrimes
Giving the journey of the cyber labs Dr Kamlesh Bajaj, Founder CEO said that “DSCI has come a long way from taking over the functioning of four cyber labs (in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal & Karnataka) at the time of inception to enhancing the infrastructure of these labs significantly and adding three more in (Haryana and Maharashtra) which became fertile training grounds for forty five thousand officers in charge of law enforcement”. He added “besides training – which is an integral part – these labs are known to host cyber-crime awareness week, and create a mass sensitization movement on cyber-crime and allied subjects”.