Conducting the Third Chapter of 4 City CISO Security Symposium
Security Link India|September 2019
The Delhi chapter of the Enterprise IT World and Infosec Foundation’s Security Symposium and Awards 2019 has been successfully concluded.

The event is a series of 4 city CISO events aimed at initiating discussions on the security questions among the security leaders in the metro cities – Bengaluru, Kolkata, Delhi and Mumbai.

The theme for this year’s Security Symposium is ‘Zero Trust Security: Capitalizing on the Adoption Wave.’ At a time when cybersecurity breaches have become a contributor to the economic crisis in India, a platform like this allows the stakeholders to come together and discuss ways to control and mitigate the economic impact of cybercrime.

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