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CLOUDSEC India 2017 to level up fight against cybercriminals

CLOUDSEC will hold its seventh annual event in Mumbai on September 13, 2017. This event leads up to a tour across APAC countries, including India, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Australia and the United Kingdom, before making the last stop in The Republic of Korea.


Hosted by Trend Micro, CLOUDSEC 2017 gathers together renowned experts, industry thought leaders, businesses and organizations from across the globe to reevaluate and redefine their understanding of threats, risks and solutions in a rapidly-evolving threat landscape. This empowers enterprises to step up their game and “Level Up” to face the continuous barrage of next-generation threats.


“Over the years, CLOUDSEC has grown to become a credible and innovative platform where the very best of global best-practices pertaining to the latest threats and security strategies come together, along with compelling insights and deliberations by experts that keep raising the bar of excellence,” said Nilesh Jain, Country Manager (India and SAARC), Trend Micro.


CLOUDSEC Asia-Pacific 2017 Event Highlights –


CLOUDSEC India 2017, hosted in Mumbai featured keynote speakers –

• Bill McGee, Senior Vice-President of Hybrid Cloud Security, Trend Micro

• Vishal Salvi, Chief Information Security Officer, Infosys

• Dhanya Thakkar, Managing Director and Vice-President, APAC, Trend Micro

• Simon Piff, Vice-President of Security Practice, IDC

• Myla Pilao, Director of TrendLabs Research, Trend Micro

• Sunil Varkey, Vice-President & CISO, Wipro Technologies

• Jayantha Prabhu, Chief Information Officer, Essar Group


In the wake of a more digitally connected world, and with the rise in internet connected devices and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and where mobile and cloud first is the new norm, enterprises are seen grappling with security mechanisms to address their vulnerabilities that lie exposed to the cybercriminals. As per Gartner reports, by 2020 there will be more than 25 billion connected devices, a hotbed of opportunity for cyber attackers.

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