The global cyber security market is expected to reach approximately $190 billion by 2025 from $85 billion today, and will be driven primarily by increasing digitisation wave and smartphone penetration. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.2 per cent from 2015–2025. According to NASSCOM & DSCI Cyber Security Roadmap, the Indian IT industry has charted out a vision 2025 to “Grow the Indian cyber security products and services industry to $35 billion, create one million cyber security jobs and 1,000 cyber security startups by 2025”.
The evolving nature of attacks and motives behind them pose a threat not only to national initiatives such as smart cities, e-governance and digital public identity management, which rely extensively on information and communication technologies, but also to enterprises and consumers. The demand for cyber security solutions stems from a host of audiences, with varying requirements, ranging from warfare, espionage or national defence to the protection of intellectual property and employee, customer, and personal information across all industries (e.g., financial services, telecom, infrastructure, transportation, healthcare, etc.).
Cyber security comprises a host of products and services tailored to address the specific needs of various industry verticals. Cyber security products are split into six main categories: Identity and access management (IdAM); endpoint security; web security; messaging security; security and vulnerability management (SVM); and network security. On the other hand, services are divided into four main categories: Implementation; managed security services (MSS); consulting; and education and training.
The Second Edition of Cyber Security India Conclave 2018 is organized by VARIINDIA, India’s leading ICT media publication. An exciting conference which includes range of keynote presentations, panel discussions and exceptional networking opportunities provide a rare chance to learn and speak with leading cyber security subject matter experts and solution providers from across the country.
The objective of this seminar is to get leading policy makers, government agencies, operators, vendors, bankers, OTT players to chalk out right cyber security policy for Digital India and Smart City.


As per GSMA, the India mobile economy is more than $140 billion (Rs.9 lakh crore) and it is expected to grow to $210 billion (Rs.14 lakh crore) by 2020.
The BCG-Google Digital Payment Report 2020 forecasts total payments conducted via digital payment instruments in India will be in the range of $500 billion by 2020, which is approximately 10x of the current levels.
Cyber security products and services industry to reach $35 billion by 2025,
Cyber Security will create one million cyber security jobs and 1,000 cyber security startups by 2025
Symantec discovered more than 430 million new unique pieces of malware in 2015, up 36 percent from the year before as per Internet Security Threat Report 2016
Mobile Vulnerabilities are increasing every year as smartphone is not only a calling device but also has wallet.
Researchers have found potentially deadly vulnerabilities in dozens of medical devices such as insulin pumps and implantable defibrillators.
Hundreds of millions of Internet-connected TVs are potentially vulnerable to click fraud, botnets, data theft and even ransomware, according to Symantec research.
Fiat Chrysler recalled 1.4 million vehicles after researchers demonstrated a proof-of-concept attack where they managed to take control of the vehicle remotely. In the UK, thieves hacked keyless entry systems to steal cars.

Join us to Understand

How cyber security will impact digitization of enterprises and what should be their strategic move
How to achieve secure proof Digital India by 2020
Innovations in cyber security space by startups and established players
How to make our smart grids safe and secure
Knowing the gaps with respect to skill development and meeting them with requisite training
How to build and manage public trust identification systems to deliver mass financial services
How Brands make a difference to enterprise and consumers



Cyber Security India Conclave 2018 will help in promoting collaboration and set clear responsibilities, coordinating actions between the Government and relevant stakeholders for building a cyber secure nation.


The profile of the speaker faculty is always critical to engage qualitative and quantitative delegate participation. As such, we take utmost care to address pressing issues and design a sharp conference module that would capture attention of knowledgeable, experienced and well informed industry experts.


Conference Programme

8:30 – 9:00


9:30 – 11:00

  Session I: Inauguration of India Soft 2018 by ESC
It is an unique B2B Networking Forum For International Buyers and India’s It Companies come together under one roof to discuss and deliberate on the technology and business transformation, as India remains the World’s largest sourcing destination for the IT Industry.

Invited Delegates :
  • Shri.Ravi Shankar Prasad, Hon’ble Minister of Information Technology,Law & Justice-Government of India
  • Shri.Suresh Prabhu,Hon’ble Minister for Commerce & Industry-Governemnt of India
  • Shri Ajay Prakash Sawhney, Secretary to the Government of India,Ministry of Information Technology-New Delhi
 • Dr.Ajay Kumar, Additional Secretary-Ministry of Information Technology
 • Shri.Sanjay Chadha,Joint Secretary-Department of Commerce
 • Shri.Priyank Kharge,Hon’ble Minister for ITBT, S&T-Government of Karnataka
 • Shri.Gaurav Gupta,Principal Secretary,IT, BT, S&T, Government of Karnataka

11:00 – 11:30

  Networking Tea Break

11:30 – 1:00

  Session II: Strengthening Cyber Security & Data Protection law

 There is lot of loopholes in the existing cyber security laws which need to be strengthened as India is moving at a fast speed to be a digital nation of the world. India should have model Cyber Security Law which can take the best things of other countries thereby providing the best legal framework for banks, new age companies, corporates and others.

 The challenge is on hoe the government and private sector could work together to give cyber security not only verbal enhancement but also back it up with their long-term security and risk management plans.

Key Note Address:
Knowledge partner speech: PWC
Presenters: Partner Presentation
Panel Discussion:
1. Senior Defense officials and Para Military Forces

Moderator: Mr. Vinit Goenka
Q & A session : ...

13:00 – 14:00

  Networking Lunch Break

14:00 – 15:00

 Building India’s Cyber Security Framework to Secure Fintech Industry

 The integration between digital technology and financial services has led to exciting new developments in the financial sector over the last couple of years, and has given rise to a whole new industry vertical – the fintech industry.

 Many countries have their own cyber security framework be it the US or Israel so why India is not having it’s own cyber security framework. What should be the structure of cyber security framework & different components of cyber security Framework keeping in view the changing times with the potential $500 Bn Indian Digital payments Industry contributing 15% to India’s GDP..

Key Note Address:
Knowledge partner speech: Grand Thronton*
Presenters: Partner Presentation

Panel Discussion( From corporate & Consultants)

Moderator: Deepak Sahu, Editor-in-chief- VARINDIA

Q & A session : ...

15:00 – 15:30

  Networking Lunch Break

15:30 – 17:00 

  Session –III : Bringing the Smart and Safe City to Life with IoT Devices

 With the evolution of smart cities will change our everyday lives, from improving traffic flow to managing pollution and energy efficiency, the world around us becoming smarter and generating more data each day is help in scaling to help develop valuable services for citizens such as safer road conditions and new crowd management solutions for ensuring a safer city .

 India’s 100 smart cities program and in order to maximise productivity and efficiency are also deploying IoT and M2M devices in different verticals as well as smart cities. This will help provide air pollution monitoring and reduction, water and waste management One need to understand what all security standards should be put in place to deploy safe cities in India and make it safer to attend large events.

Key Note Address:
Knowledge partner speech: Counterpoint*
Presenters: Partner Presentation

Panel Discussion:

Moderator: To decide
Q & A session :

17:00 Onwards

  High Tea


Speaker Faculty

The profile of the Speaker Faculty is always critical to engage qualitative and quantitative delegate participation. As such, we take utmost care to design a sharp conference module which captures attention of knowledgeable, experienced and well informed industry experts.

Other than Key Note/s and Partner Presentation, all sessions will be interactive Panel Discussions. A week prior to the event date, our Conference Producer will introduce the Moderator / Chairperson to other Panelists for calibrating domain expertise and working out the Panel mission. This would help in structuring the deliberations in a purposeful manner.

Guidelines for Speakers

Moderators/ Chairpersons are encouraged to touch the key questions in the introduction to the Panel Discussion.
Speakers are requested to avoid sales pitches and commercial presentations. Experience shows that you will represent your company best by giving an educational, informative presentation.
No sales/promotional handouts are to be distributed in the conference areas without prior approval from the Conference Producer.
Speakers can choose to reinforce their market presence by availing Session Sponsorship.

To be part of the distinguished faculty, please contact Conference Producer:
Deepak Kumar Sahu
E: | M: +91 9818928406

Previous Speakers



For the Second edition of Cyber Security India Conclave 2018, we are expecting 150-180 key delegates from Government, Regulatory and Private Enterprises to attend the event. The conference is likely to be attended by key CEO’s, CIO’s, CISO’s, System Integrators, Corporate Enterprises and other stakeholders of the cyber security industry.
Government Agencies
Cyber Security Vendors
Network Solution Providers
Independent Software Vendors
Consulting firms
Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs)
System Integrators
Value-added resellers
IT security agencies


Cyber Security India Conclave 2018 is a premier one-day event dedicated towards bringing multiple stakeholders from the enterprise and Government sectors together. Upholding a collaborative approach, the comprehensive participation will align industry influencers from different sectors to micro- manage challenges being faced in fast tracking the cyber security initiatives. Entry to the conference is complimentary for Government, Large Ent.

Top 5 Reasons to Attend:

Power –Packed Speaker Faculty: Hear informed experts from the industry share their views and experiences on securing India’s cyber security framework
Agenda with a Difference: The programme uniquely positions itself to draw a comprehensive participation from the cyber security sector. There will be a pragmatic focus on architecting ideal business model, streamlining ground reality, defining accountability and structuring compliances.
Packed Floor: The conference will attract an eclectic mix of individuals and organisations. The Agenda will endeavour to touch several key issues to attract a packed floor from the entire ecosystem. This would be an opportune time to re-connect with peers, build relationships and explore new business contacts.
Stay Abreast of Industry Trends: Securing digital networks is the key milestone for building Digital India. Hear an update on the developing cyber threats to industry both human and technical, in the world today
Collaboration in Capital:With so much of focus underway, the august-gathering of policy formulators, regulators, administrators, implementers, etc. will be ready with a road–map. Join the conference to catch the whispers in the corridor…

How to Attend?

Registration Fee
INR 10000* per delegate for Hardware/Software vendors, System Integrators & Consultants
INR 6500* per delegate for NGO; Environmentalist and Academia
*plus taxes
Complimentary Entry for delegates from Large Enterprises, Government, Defense, Regulatory, Industry associations & Media.
Delegate package includes access to conference area, networking expo area, lunch/tea-coffee, delegate kit & Cyber Security Black Book.

Cancellation Policy
Cancellation of booked seats or request for substitution will not be accepted unless a written submission is made to the conference organizer.

Please contact the undersigned for delegate registration queries:
S. Kamala kar
M: +91 9886280836

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Media Partner

Partnership Option

Participating at Cyber Security India Conclave 2018 is an excellent way to promote your business to a highly targeted group of key decision makers. We have a range of business development and marketing and sales solutions that will be tailored to specifically deliver on your business objectives. Leverage through VARINDIA’s rich forum and in turn offer what you can do to drive the scale of the Conference Agenda.

Here's a snapshot of high visibility branding opportunities available on a first come first avail basis:
--- Opportunity to address the elite gathering at the event via standalone speaker slot or participating as a panellist in a session of your choice.
--- Opportunity to exhibit and showcase your brand during networking breaks
--- Opportunity to advertise in Cyber Security Hand Book 2018 slated to be launched & distributed on-site and digital version to VARINDIA database.

Please do get in touch with us for partnering together and maximising your brand mileage:

Deepak Sahu S. Kamala kar
M: +91-9818928406 M: +91-9886280836
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