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As India is growing at healthy rate economically, it will play critical role in maintaining peace in the region. The only way a country can play this role is to have powerful armed forces. And, today’s armed forces can never be strong a



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As India is growing at healthy rate economically, it will play critical role in maintaining peace in the region. The only way a country can play this role is to have powerful armed forces. And, today’s armed forces can never be strong and powerful unless it continuously modernizes its forces. India also believes strongly that providing for its own defence requirements is indicative of being a global power.

Armed forces today are complex in nature. With network centric warfare and with mean time to react reducing rapidly, Information Technology becomes central to modernization strategy. Every weapon system is required to be integrated into a single unified system that enables different wings of armed forces to work as a single unit. With renewed and growing threat from its neighbours, India need to pursue modernization and also required to look futuristically in order to weather the threats.

India, is pursuing two pronged strategies – self-reliance and modernization, would aim to bring lean, mean and agile force. Information Technology is being used extensively not only to design, prototype, simulate and test; but also to enhance capabilities, integrate, communicate and compute at an accelerating velocity. Modernization for the future would pose additional challenges. Entire spectrum of modernisation would include Future Combat Systems (FBS).

In this 8th edition of National Conference on IT in Defense, CSI, Special Interest Group of Information Security and Division I of CSI, proposes to deliberate on Role of IT in Futuristic Defence Modernization.

This conference aims to bring together senior scientists from various Defence labs across the country, vendors from the Private IT sector, senior officers of the Department of Defence and the Military on one platform, and explore how emerging technologies are changing the defence of the country, the inherent risks and threats they bring, and effective ways of mitigating these risks and reducing the threats they pose. 


The objective of this conference is to bring all the Armed forces – Army, Air Force and Navy, Government of India including Intelligence Agencies, DRDO, Academia and the IT Industry on a single platform to discuss on the “State-of-Art” in Defence Weapons Systems and Military Applications with emphasis on the role of Computers and Information technologies and their impact on the Modern Battlefield scenario.  The complexity and intricacies of the development of advanced systems will be discussed, the challenges analyzed and the methods for solutions evolved.

Topics Covered by Speak :

  • C5ISR – (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Combat system, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance)
  • System of Systems Common Operating Environnent (SOSCOE)
  • Information Warfare
  • Information Security
  • Cyber war & Cyber Security
  • Access control models and perimeter security
  • Storage and removable media security
  • Trust assessment of systems through testing
  • Data analytics of event logs and anomaly detection
  • Vulnerability analysis and penetration testing
  • Cyber security standards and best practices
  • Early warning systems for cyber intrusion detection
  • Key exchange and key sharing protocols
  • Network Centric Operations
  • Cloud Computing & Virtualization
  • Unified Computing
  • Advanced Digital Communication Networks
  • Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
  • Avionic Systems
  • Collaborative Engineering
  • Computer Simulation and Modelling
  • Defence Strategies for counter measures of network disruptions
  • Electronics Warfare Systems and Surveillance
  • Embedded Hardware and Software for Special Purpose Systems
  • Guidance and Control and Missiles and Radars
  • High Performance Computing
  • High Resolution Imaging
  • Information Warfare – Advanced IDS and Network Security
  • Virtual Reality Systems
  • Signal Processing Techniques

Target Audience:

  • Defence Staff from defence establishments
  • Scientists and Senior Managers from defence labs and establishments
  • Defence weapons and allied product manufactures and suppliers
  • Government Officials
  • Academicians
  • Students
  • I T firms – Networking/communications, security, hardware, software products, Systems
  • Professionals from IT Industry

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