Annual Reports

2015-16

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As you browse the eighth DSCI Annual Report, you will see how our diverse partners and stakeholders have come together to further the vision of a safe and secure cyber space in the past year. The eighth DSCI Annual Report highlights significant key initiatives and programs, including the NASSCOM-DSCI Cyber Security Task Force, the Indian Cyber Security Delegation to The Netherlands and UK and our fast-growing flagship events. A number of other significant updates in the areas of public advocacy, thought leadership, capacity building and product development have also been included.

2014-15

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DSCI is pleased to release and share its Annual Report 2014-15: Data Protection Outlook – ‘Leveraging Data Protection to Enhance Trust in the Digital Economy’.

The report outlines the achievements, major activities and initiatives undertaken by DSCI. Perhaps one of the achievements was the launch of DSCI Certified Privacy Professional (DCPP©), a mass credentialing program in privacy, aimed to develop a stronger privacy workforce in India. In tune with our objectives, we also played a broader, more inclusive role in global policy issues; expanded our thought leadership activities; strengthened capacity-building programs in combating cybercrimes; entrenched the need for entrepreneurship in cyber security through DSCI Innovation Box and reinforced the perspectives on cyber security and data protection at the 9th NASSCOM-DSCI Annual Information Security Summit.

2013-14

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DSCI is pleased to share with you DSCI Annual Report for the year 2013-14. DSCI completed 5 years of operations in August 2013. This Annual Report captures important milestones and developments of the last five years along with the details of activities and initiatives carried out during the year in the areas of public advocacy, thought leadership, outreach and awareness, capacity building and product development.

2012-13

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DSCI in its fifth year, has established its position as an industry body and first point-of-contact for its stake holders – industry, government, global clients and regulators on data protection. In the last year, DSCI successfully brought the stakeholders together for a common dialogue on privacy, cyber security, cloud policy, internet governance and others. DSCI is happy to present its Annual Report 2012-13 that details the program and initiatives carried out last year.

2011-12

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DSCI continued its journey to reaffirm India’s position as a trusted global sourcing partner and in the process established itself as the focal body for data protection matters. In its fourth year, we were successful in bringing together all the stakeholders – governments, industry, administration and regulators –for dialogue to create environment for joint actions. We are happy to present the DSCI Annual Report 2012 with you, which details the programs and initiatives carried out by DSCI in the year.

2010-11

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It is indeed remarkable for an industry body to impact all its stakeholders with its set of activities and build their trustworthiness in the global arena. DSCI, in its third year, continued to accomplish this and we are happy to present you the DSCI Annual Report – 2011 which details the programs and initiatives carried out by DSCI.

2009-10

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DSCI continued its journey into the second year to develop best practices for data protection. The focus on information visibility across the organization, to help generate a risk – based assessment, led us to start from a set of security principles.

This annual report covers the progress made by DSCI in its second financial year on Frameworks, outreach, membership, events etc.

2008-09

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The first Annual Report of DSCI gives an opportunity to present the progress and achievements of DSCI during the year under review, to the Board, NASSCOM and other stakeholders. It started functioning as an independent company with its own Board, and a small core team comprising technical experts, guided by the Steering Committee and its Working Groups. Their guidance has enabled DSCI define its mission, which in turn helped it draw up a Work Plan.