Agenda


08:30 Registration of Delegates, Speakers & Partners & Welcome Tea/Coffee
08:30 - 09:00 Opening Address by Guest of Honour
Kaviraj Singh, Secretary General, Indian National Bar Association (INBA)
Rona Morgan, Managing Director, International Association of Privacy Professionals  
09:00 - 09:20

Key Note Session 1

Building Economies with Privacy in Mind
J. Trevor Hughes, President and CEO of International Association of Privacy Professionals ('IAPP') via video conference
09:20 - 09:40

Key Note Session 2

2016: The Turning Point for Data Privacy Regulation in Asia?  
Rajesh Sreenivasan, Head, Technology, Media & Telecommunication Laws, Rajah & Tann Singapore
09:40 - 10:40

Session 1

Smart Cities - Is Privacy a Game Changer in Evolving Technologies such as IoT, Big Data and Mobility
Moderator: V. Rajesh Kumar, Global Director, Privacy & Data Protection Office, HCL Technologies Limited and Co-chair of IAPP, Bangalore

Panelist:
  • Dr. Sithu D Sudarsan, Group Manager - Corporate Research, ABB
  • Denise Lebeau-Marianna, Partner, Baker & McKenzie SCP
  • Dattatraya Kulkarni, Senior Director - Technology, Intel India
  • Kavitha Babu, Director & Commercial Attorney, Microsoft India
  • Kumar Prasoon, Chief Information Officer, Safeer Group
The panel members will highlight on the key role that Privacy plays in the digital age of evolving technologies like Big Data, IoT, Cloud and Mobility. The discussion will also highlight some of the good governance practices in addressing privacy related risks while setting up Smart Cities.
10:40 - 11:00 Networking and Tea break
11:00 - 12:00

Session 2

Data Privacy Rights @ Workplace - Balancing Employer Interests v. Employee Rights  
Moderator: Kavitha Gupta, Senior legal Counsel, Hitachi Consulting and Co-Chair of International Association of Privacy Professionals, Bangalore KnowledgeNet Chapter

Panelist:
  • Devender Kumar, Vice President & Head - Information Risks & Business Continuity, Mphasis
  • Israel Inbaraj, General Manager - HR, Tata Consultancy Services
  • Lahar Appaiah, Counsel, IBM India/South Asia
  • Smitha Chandrashekaraiah, Associate Director, Legal, Quintiles Research
  • Nikhil Narendran, Partner, Trilegal
The panel members will comprise from organizations representing different corporate functions such as Human Resources, Legal, Privacy and Security. The discussion will highlight employee data privacy and how regulations across globe mandate organizations compliance towards adequate protection while balancing their legitimate interests.
12:00 - 12:15

Session 3

Evolving Cyber Crimes and ISACA's Role in Professional Skills Development
Raghu Iyer, President, ISACA Bangalore Chapter
12:15 - 13:15

Session 4

Privacy Shield, BCR, SCC, CBPR...What's in a Name - A Viable Approach to Global Inter-operability Standards for Cross Border Data Transfer
Moderator: V. Rajesh Kumar, Global Director, Privacy & Data Protection Office, HCL Technologies Limited and Co-chair of IAPP, Bangalore

Panelist:
  • Ariane Mole, Partner, Bird & Bird
  • Jaipat S. Jain, Partner, Lazare Potter & Giacovas LLP, New York
  • N. Vijayashankar, Cyber Law Consultant
  • Parag Deodhar, Chief Information Security Officer, AXA Group
The topic will address panels view on existing regime of Cross Border Transfers such as BCR, SCC, CBPR, and Safe Harbor 2.0 and discuss on the existing challenges to meet a viable approach to propose a solution on inter-operability for organizations having global presence.
13:15 - 13:30 Fighting Malware and Reducing Digital Risk
Meenu Chandra, Senior Attorney, IP Lead, Microsoft India
13:30 - 14:15 NETWORKING LUNCHEON
14:15 - 15:15

Session 5

Track 1

What does the proposed GDPR mean for Outsourcing Industry in Asia - A Business Perspective
Moderator: Kapil Chaudhary, Corporate Counsel, India & SAARC, Autodesk India Private Ltd.

Panelist:
  • Rajesh Sreenivasan, Head, Technology, Media & Telecommunications from Rajah & Tann Singapore
  • Srinjoy Banerjee, AVP, Genpact
  • Simon Morrissey, Head of Data Protection & Privacy Group, Lewis Silkin
  • Srinivas Poosarla, VP & Global Head, Privacy & Data Protection, Infosys Technologies
The panel members will discuss on the new regulations in EU and its relevance to organizations. The discussion will also highlight the challenges in meeting compliance to the set of new regulations and how Service providers and IT organizations are approaching them.

Track 2

Privacy issues in an IP eco-system
Moderator: SK Murthy, Patent Counsel, Intel India

Panelists:
  • Komal Kalha, Senior Counsel, US Patent & Trademark office, Office of South Asia
  • Dr. S Senthil Kumar, IP Counsel, ABB
  • Rajesh Vellakkat, Partner, Fox & Mandal LLP, Co-Chair of International Association of Privacy Professionals, Bangalore KnowledgeNet LLP
  • Irfan Modi, Senior IP Attorney, IBM India
The panel will discuss on the intersection of data protection and privacy and intellectual property rights in an IP eco-system.
15:15 - 16:00

Session 6

Track 1

Encryption - Conflict between National Interest and Individual's Privacy  
Moderator: Kavitha Gupta, Senior legal Counsel, Hitachi Consulting and Co-Chair of International Association of Privacy Professionals, Bangalore KnowledgeNet Chapter

Panelists:
  • Tabrez Ahmed, Director, Corporate Affairs at eBay
  • Sunil Abraham, Executive Director, Centre for Internet & Society
  • Sivarama Krishna Prakash, Snr. Corporate Counsel, CISCO System India Pvt. Ltd.
  • Pazhamalai Jayaraman, CISO
  • Partha Chakravathy, Head Privacy, Wipro
The topic will address panels view encryption and adequate safeguards that service providers and corporations would need to extend to citizens. The panel will discuss on the recent FBI issue with Apple.

Track 2

Key criteria for a successful Privacy Program Management
Moderator: G. V. Anand Bhushan, Senior Partner, Chennai Head, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas

Panelist:
  • Vipin Aggarwal, Professor, Gujarat National Law University
  • Parag Deodhar, Chief Information Security Officer, AXA Group
  • Neha Mahyavanshi, Senior Legal Counsel-SAP India Private Limited
  • Varun Maheshwari, Senior Technical Specialist - Privacy, Philips Healthcare
  • Kevin Shepherdson, CEO, Straits Interactive Pte Ltd
The panel members will discuss on how organizations view Privacy as a program is a top-down approach for successful implementation. The panel members will discuss on the key criteria's that outline a successful privacy compliance program in an organization.
16:00 - 16:15 TEA COFFEE BREAK
16:15 - 16:30 Pesentation by
Steven D'sa, Senior Manager, Consulting, Mandiant Services
16:30 - 17:30

Session 7

Cyber Crimes, Data Security & its Enforcement
Moderator: Sunil Varkey, Chief Information Security Officer, Wipro
Panelist:
  • Praveen Sasidharan, Director, Cyber Security, Deloitte
  • Agnidipta Sarkar, Global Information Risk & Continuity Officer, HPE
  • Kala Bhaskar, Director-In-Charge, Centre for Cyber Forensics and Information Security, University of Madras
  • V. Rajesh Kumar, Global Director, Privacy & Data Protection Office, HCL Technologies Limited and Co-chair of IAPP, Bangalore
  • Steven D'sa, Senior Manager, Consulting, Mandiant Services
The panel discussion will discuss on the growing varieties of cyber-crimes and cyber threats that is evolving with the technology growth and how law enforcement and other associations keep tab. The panel members will identify some cases of significant importance and what challenges they were put-through.
17:30 Closing Remarks
*Conference program is subject to changes.

1730-1900 Hrs : Special Workshop by Data Security Council of India (DSCI)

Handling Cyber Security Breach Incidents... Internal investigation, Criminal provisions & Civil Remedies.



Background:
Geographical disparity has become an outdated concern due to the ever expansion of modern information and communication technologies. Cybercriminals are empowered and in a position today to gather voluminous amounts of intelligence about their targets and subsequently execute their plans. The level of sophistication in the cyber attacks have changed dramatically over the last two decades mainly due to the rise of interest by the organized criminal groups in fraudulent & malicious activities over the cyber space which is much easy to perpetrate due to the overwhelming availability of materials and knowledge. The number of cases reported globally shows no signs of slowing and some of those major cases that draw the attention worldwide were related to corporate espionage, large scale heist etc.,.

Articulation of the findings from the digital forensics examination keeping in mind the intended audience (Court in criminal/civil cases, management in administrative/corporate investigations) is a necessary skill for the investigator. Proving and disproving theories, corroborating and discrediting alibis, and verifying information will leave the case to speak for itself if it is represented precisely. But how do you convey this information? This itself is another Skill!

Speakers:
1. Mr. M D Sharath, DSP, Cyber Crime Police Station , CID, Karnataka
2. Mr Vishal Salvi, CISO, Infosys *
3. Mr Chandra Sekhar Reddy, IS Researcher, VirSec
4. Mr Rajesh Kumar, Global Director - Privacy and Data Protection office , HCL technologies
5. Mr Venkatesh Murthy K, Deputy Director, DSCI

Discussion points:
  • Cybercrimes handling in India
    ...Criminal Provisions, Civil remedies, Adjudication
  • Corporate investigations
    ...Competencies, legalities & limitations
  • Getting the essentials: Best practices in handling cybercrime incidents
    ...Tips & suggestions
  • Sharing of successful Cybercrime case studies
    ...Domestic & international cases
  • Dialogue with the Investigators
    ...Doubts, enquiries related to Cybercrimes Investigations/handling