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As a part of Golden Jubilee celebrations, Computer Society of India, Trivandrum Chapter Organizes International Colloquium on Information Security in e-Governance.
Date: 25th November 2015
From 1.00 pm to 5.00 pm
Venue: Vivanta by Taj ,Trivandrum
Governments and other institutions are moving towards e-Governance to improve convenience, reduce time, and improve transparency in delivering services to businesses and citizens – which expects high standards of services, instant access to information, efficient transactions and support, whenever and wherever they need it.
This brings the issues of information and systems security such as architecture, standards and technology to the forefront resulted from the unprecedented gap between the pace of technological change and the inevitably glacial pace of policy and law making. In any good system of governance should be resilient to attacks by frauds, inadvertent virus, a variety of motivated cyber crimes through unauthorised access and even to a nation sponsored cyber war and in the scenarios of disaster and warfare.
In a networked society these kinds of threats have a potential to cripple a Government. Security of information & information assets is becoming a major area of concern . With every new application, newer vulnerabilities crop up, posing immense challenges to those who are mandated to protect the IT assets
Many in the industry and critical infrastructure organizations have come to recognize that their continued ability to gain citizens confidence will depend on improved software development, systems engineering practices and the adoption of strengthened security models and best practices. These include the Data Centre Security ,Use Firewalls, Web-site Security, Anti-virus tools ,Anti-phishing tools,Physical Office Security, Restricted Accessibility, Regular checks & reviews, Secured Working Processes, Planning long-term solutions
By understanding the current relevance and magnitude of this issue ,Computer Society Of India –Trivandrum chapter has chosen the topic E-governance and Information Security for the International Colloquium-Workshop, to educate the stake holders and discuss about the latest issues ,threats and mitigation measures
We welcome the E-governance user departments, software developers, ,policy makers and system administrators of E governance initiatives in both Government ,Public S and Private Sector organisations to make use of this opportunity and depute your personnel attend the International colloquium.
Who should attend?
System designers, Software developers, database and system administrators of user departments, policy makers, and security professionals of E –governance projects.
• Need for Information Systems Security Policy in E-governance
• Elements of Information Security in E-Governance
• Approach for development of Information Security Policy
• Information Security Organization and roles, responsibilities
• Information Security Threats and Vulnerabilities in E Governance
• Measures for Improving Information Security in E-Governance
• Mitigation measures and forensic practices in E governance security issues
12:30-1:00 PM - Registration
01:00-1:30 PM - Inaugural Session
Session 1: e-Governance Security - Current State (1:30 - 2:30 PM)
Chair: Mr. Ramani B., Executive Director, C-DAC
Topic 1: Information Security in e-Governance - A Law and Order Perspective
Speaker: Mr. Manoj Abraham IPS, Inspector General of Police, Govt. of Kerala
Topic 2: Tools and Concurrent Technologies in Information Security (20 Min)
Speaker: Mr. Bhadran V. K., Associate Director, Cyber Forensics, C-DAC
Topic 3: e-Governance Security in the IOT Era (20 Min)
Speaker: Mr. Sabarish K., Senior Scientist (E2), Head Information Systems Division, Kerala State Council for Science Technology and Environment
Session 2: e-Governance Security - Mitigation and Management(2:30 - 4:45 PM)
Chair: Dr. K. Rama Subramaniam, Global Chair, International Institute for Certified Forensic Professionals (IICFIP) and Group CEO, Valiant Technologies LLC(UAE), Board Member ISDFRF, USA
Topic 1: Interplay of Security and Governance
Speaker: Dr. C. L. Ramakrishnan, IPS (Retd.), Director General of Police, Formerly Director of Vigilance & Anti - Corruption, Govt. of Tamil Nadu
3:15 PM: Tea Break
Topic 2: Protecting Critical Infrastructure Against Advanced Cyber Threats
Speaker: Prof. Prabath Lakmal Rupasinghe, MBA(Sri.J), BSC(IT), CISA, CISSP, MBCS, MIEEE, MCSSSL, MIET, Professor, Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology, Colombo, Sri Lanka
4:45-5:00 PM: Industry Perspective
Speaker: Mr. Amit Mehta, Country Manager – Isilon, EMC