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Govt has to come up with policy for cyber security startups: TAC Security’s Arora

Industry body, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) recently organized the 2nd edition of Information & Cyber Security Summit in New Delhi.

TAC Security’s CEO, Trishneet Arora said that cyber security startups are playing a major role in the prime minister’s vision of digital India. However they are not getting immense support from the govt. to do it on a larger scale.

Arora points out that Industry and Govt has to understand that cyber security is a industry of youngsters; most of the criminals are school going kids. If the govt or industry wants to fight against them they have to take youngsters on the board because a 50 years old CTO of a well known IT company cant’ think what the cyber criminal is thinking. “If you want to catch a criminal if you have to think like a criminal”

The summit saw many industry leaders take part. Rahul Aggarwal, Assosicate Director-PwC, Puneet Bajaj, CTO –Bajaj Capital, Ajay Chagti, Special Secretary, Department of Information Technology, Government of NCT of Delhi, Anyesh Roy, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Economic Offence Wing, Cyber Crime Cell, Delhi Police, Pavan Duggal, Founder & Chairman of International Commission on Cyber Security Law, Meenu Chandra, Director IP/ Digital Crimes Unit, Microsoft India Ltd.

Business continuity professionals must pay more attention to the security of their organization’s connections. The objective of the summit was to highlight the importance of cyber security and to expedite the basic knowledge of cyber attack/threats in the industry according to Rahul Chaudhry, Chairman CII, Delhi.

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