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Real World IoT Security Conference 2017 [June 20, 2017; Bengaluru]

Jun 25,2017 | 12:00 pm

SFLC.in was a community partner at the Real World Internet of Things Security Conference (RISC) organized by the EFY Group on 20th June 2017 at Hotel Park Plaza, Bengaluru. In view of the fact that lack of security is the greatest challenge facing IoT deployments today, RISC ’17 was meant as a platform to learn how to respond to the security concerns surrounding IoT products, and to find smart solutions to the most common security threats.

At the conference, our Executive Director Biju Nair conducted a session titled “How to legally deal with a security breach at work”, where he went over India’s legal framework on security breaches and provided insights into how a security breach must be handled in compliance with applicable laws. His session covered such aspects as relevant provisions in the Information Technology Act, 2000, procedure for mandatory reporting of cyber security incidents, voluntary/legally-mandated cyber security guidelines as applicable across industry sectors, and notable case law among other things.

A video recording of Biju’s session is available here, and the slides he used at the session can be accessed here.

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