The SECURITY TODAY KNOWLEDGE SUMMIT 2019 is scheduled to take place at the Jio Talks Auditorium, Reliance Corporate Park, Mumbai on August 28, harbouring in a new platform for industry experts to share their knowledge and get enriched by learning from the views of others.
The Keynote Address will be delivered by Sh. GK Pillai, former Union Home Secretary of India which will set the stage for a series of presentations and panel discussions throughout the day.
The first panel discussion will be on “Productivity Enhancement of Security Manpower – Role of Design Thinking & Automation”. Newer technologies and better processes can bring down the cost of human resource and build efficiencies. Security Guard Services should not be any different, they need to adapt to today’s business marketplace environment to add value for their clients.
This session will explore the ways and means how maximum efficiencies, including the use of modern technology, can be built to deliver value to the end-user within assigned budgets. The panel moderator for the discussion will be Mr. Gopal Choudhary, Chief of Security and Brand Protection, Tata Steel; Mr. Rituraj Sinha, Group Managing Director, SIS Enterprises; Brig. Rajan Oberoi, Global CEO, Tenon Group; Mr. Warren Gladstone, Chair, ASIS Bengaluru Chapter & (VP & CSO, Crest), Hinduja Global Solutions and Mr. Aniruddha Dandekar CPP, CBCP – Associate Director Corporate Security, TIAA Global Business Services
This will be followed by a Keynote Presentation by Mr Rajan Luthra – Chairman’s Office – Head-Special Projects, Reliance Industries Limited where he will discuss how Deep Tech is Impacting Security. Deep Tech are a set of disruptive technologies that are changing every part of our lives. This session will unveil insights on how the job of every person in the Security Industry from a Guard to the CSO shall be impacted by these amazing technologies.
The next panel discussion on the agenda will be on “Cybercrime, the untamed beast”! If there’s one thing that stands out in our fight against cybercrime – it is the malaise that is spreading far deeper, wider and faster than we are prepared to tackle. When cyber-crimes occur the CSO and CISO both need to get involved in not only handling the incident but in coordinating with the judicial and law enforcement agencies. This session will uncover key aspects that senior security professionals should be aware of in dealing with cybercrime incidents.
The session will be chaired by Mr. Brijesh Singh, IPS Special-IG Cyber Crime, Maharashtra Police with Adv. Puneet Bhasin – International Cyber Law Expert, Privacy & Data Protection & GDPR, Cyber Crimes ; Mr. Akhilesh Tuteja, Global Co-Leader – Cyber Security, KPMG; Col. Shakti Sharma, Head Security & Loss Prevention, Reliance Jio Infocomm and Mr. Sanjeev Tiwari, CPP Chair, ASIS Mumbai Chapter & Associate Director – Forensic & Security, PwC amongst the panelists.
Next on the agenda is the Foundational Session which will be an Open House Session with the Audience. This will be a discussion on relevant and pressing Industry Issues conducted by Senior Security Practitioners. A quick online survey of the participants shall be conducted before the Summit on the challenges and key issues being faced by them in discharging their responsibilities concerning Guards, Technology, Management Requirements and Professional Development etc.
The next keynote presentation – Strategic Risk and Crisis Management will be delivered by Dr. David Rubens, D.SyRM, CSyP, F.ISRM, FSyI, Executive Director, Institute of Strategic Risk Management, (ISRM) U.K. The subject “Crisis 2030: What Do We Need To Know” will discuss that it is time that we realised the increasingly uncertain risks that we face create challenges for strategic risk and crisis decision makers that require a new way of thinking, and an understanding of the corporate culture that will allow those organisations to develop the risk-sensitive and crisis ready capabilities appropriate to the 21st century risk environment.
The final panel discussion of the much awaited event will be on “ The Biggest Trends We’ve Seen in Integrated Security Operations Centre So Far. This discussion will delve on how the traditional Security Control Rooms have evolved to be known as Control & Command Centres to C3i (Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence) Centers to C4i (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Information) Centers. Now Integrated Security Operation Centers are being built that allows you to predict and manage potential loss events and mitigate risk across all business systems in real-time, virtually from anywhere.
The panel moderator will be Mr Rajan Luthra – Chairman’s Office – Head-Special Projects, Reliance Industries Limited with Mr. Sudhi Sinha, Vice President & General Manager at Johnson Controls, USA ; Sh. Sanjay Kumar, IPS – Commissioner of Police, Navi Mumbai and Mr. NSN Murty, Partner & Leader – Smart Cities, PwC India.
The day long event that is annually eagerly awaited by the industry will include a series of other attractions including networking opportunities as well as lucky draws.