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‘Cyber Crimes Conclave’ to take place on Feb 28 & 29 in Bengaluru

‘Cyber Crimes Conclave’ to take place on Feb 28 & 29 in Bengaluru

The ‘Cyber Crimes Conclave’, India’s premier cybersecurity conference, will take place at the JN Tata Auditorium in IISC Bengaluru on February 28 and 29. The two-day event will see sessions by esteemed speakers, industry leaders and cybersecurity experts. Further, the conclave will also feature an expo of cutting-edge products, hackathons, a startup pavilion, public awareness initiatives and awards.

Who will all be the speakers at the event

The event would be attended by Karnataka Home Minister and senior Congress leader G Parameshwara, who in the past has spoken about the need to amend laws amid the rising cybercrimes. His cabinet colleague and Karnataka IT Minister Priyank Kharge is also one of the speakers at the event.

Other speakers include Signa X co-creator Akarsh Naidu, Parablu CEO Anand Prahlad, Anand Trivedi, the APAC Business & Operations Head at CyberbProof, and the Vice President at Business Cyber Shield by Raghnall, Arjun Bhaskaran. Giniminds CEO Ranganath Shenoy will also be attending the event as a speaker.

Ashish Chandra Mishra, the Director - Cyber Security Operations at Unilever; Avkash Kathiriya, Senior VP at Cyware; Satish Kumar Dwibhashi, the CISO at KreditBee, and Pooja Shimpi, the Founder & CEO SyberNow, have also been invited as speakers. Giniminds CTO Venkatesh Sagare is also a speaker Industry experts Dr Ram Kumar G, Jay Vadhaiya, Julian Gordon, Loretta Joseph, Nanjunda Palecanda P, Venkatesh Murthy K, Jaideep Reddy and Subbarayudu Tallapragada have also been included in the list of speakers.

Why is this CyberCrime event is important

Notably, the event comes at a time when cybercrimes have seen a significant rise. A report by Indusface said India witnessed an alarming spike in cybercrime with over 5.14 billion cyberattacks targeting websites and applications blocked in 2023. Further, the report added that in 2023, eight out of 10 sites faced targeted bot attacks, witnessing a 46% increase each quarter, totalling over 467 million bot attacks. Apart from India, the major cyberattack origins are the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia, Germany, and Singapore.

How to register for the Cybercrime event

You can register for the event by clicking on this link: https://www.cybercrimesconclave.com/registrations/

The event is being organised by News1 Kannada and supported by CM Siddaramaiah-led Karnataka government. Cyseck and BSides Bangalore are the official partners while Giniminds is the knowledge partner. All India Management Association and Karnataka Digital Economy Mission are the strategic partners and Akamai is the session partner.

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