Meet on security data science from June 22-23

Meet on security data science from June 22-23

Submitted by alvin on Tue, 2016-06-21 17:16 Bengaluru: How data science helps solving issues of safety, security, frauds and crimes or why security is a key attraction for data scientists and other such related issues on data security will be dwelt at length at the eighth edition of best practices conducted by Data Security Council of India (DSCI) from June 22 to June 23. This year’s focus will be ‘Security data science’. Day-by-day businesses are transforming rapidly and their underlying infrastructure is becoming more complex. With the increasing need for access to organisational resources, demand in flexibility and seamless operations, organisations are bound to explore beyond human intervention-driven conventional methods to identify advanced challenges. Apart from delving into fundamentals of security data science, the convention will meet the unique needs of information security professionals from diverse industry sectors and provide an opportunity to undertake review of policy development, deliberations on global issues related to security and privacy, and check the progress of cyber security industry development efforts. Prominent speakers Sandhya Vasudevan, MD, COO Deutsche Bank India, Dr KR Murli Mohan, Head (Big Data Initiative), Department of Science