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As the India’s focal point in cyber security and data protection, Data Security Council of India, prides itself on affiliations with key organizations to further strengthen community partnerships, enhance stakeholder opportunities. These affiliations play a key role in helping realize the DSCI vision, mission and objectives.

    • DSCI joins hands with IAOP to promote data protection among outsourcing professionals

      DSCI joined hands with International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP) as an Affiliate Association. The two sides will work together to bring the latest information on data security, best practices, standards and thought leadership to outsourcing professionals worldwide.

    • NASSCOM-DSCI and CBI Memorandum of Understanding

      New Delhi, November 22, 2010: National Association of Software & Services Companies (NASSCOM) and Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) have entered into a Memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish collaboration between Law Enforcement Agencies through Cyber and Hi-Tech Crime Investigation & Training (CHCIT) Centre of CBI and the IT industry through Data Security Council of India (DSCI) and NASSCOM.


      National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM) having its head office at the International Youth Center, Teen Murti Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi-110021, India (hereinafter called "NASSCOM"), represented by its Executive Director IT-ITeS Sector Skills Council NASSCOM, which expression shall, where the context so admits, be deemed to include its successors, executors and administrators of the FIRST PART.

    • MOU between DSCI & FIDO Alliance on Cooperation & Partnership on a Non-confidential Basis

      This Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation and Partnership on a Non-confidential Basis (”MOU”) is made and entered into as of the Effective Date described below by and between the FIDO Alliance (”FIDO”), a California Corporation, and Data Security Council of India (DSCI), a not for profit Organization with its office at 3rd Floor, NASSCOM Campus, Plot No-7-10, Sector 126, Noida (UP) 201303, India.

    • DSCI and Lockheed Martin launched Cyber Security Awareness Program for Small & Medium Businesses

      Lockheed Martin and the Data Security Council of India (DSCI) announced the launch of a new cybersecurity education program for small and mid-size businesses to help them minimize risk from online threats. DSCI promotes data protection among the Indian industry and is partnering with Lockheed Martin to heighten the cybersecurity awareness of businesses and their workforce.

    • University of Madras adopts DSCI Privacy Framework (DPF©) as part of the MSc Cyber Forensics and Information Security course

      The University of Madras has adopted the DSCI Privacy Framework (DPF©) as part of their syllabi in MSc Cyber Forensics & Information Security. To protect privacy of personal information from unauthorized use, disclosure, modification or misuse, DSCI has conceptualized its approach towards privacy in the DPF© which is based on the global privacy best practices and frameworks. The teaching of this coursework to students will enable them to understand, approach and implement enhanced data privacy protection.

    • MoU between DSCI and IIT Bombay

      The MoU set forth collaborative initiatives between and among NCETIS at IITB and DSCI. These include research projects for policy research, that need identification and development, and delivering professional skill-building programs, among a host of other mutually beneficial initiatives.

    • MoU between DSCI, NASSCOM SCC and SANS

      The puropose of the MoU is to outline the issues facing India regarding Cyber Security Skills Development (CSSD), the objectives of Cyber Security Task Force (CSTF) skills development working group and how the SANS Institute could leverage its global experience in Cyber Security Skills Development to support NASSCOM/SSC NASSCOM’s aspirations for India's global leadership in Cyber Security.

    • CBI and DSCI joins hands to fight Cybercrime

      Data Security Council of India (DSCI) has signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) reaffirming its objective of strengthening abilities of law enforcement officials in combating cybercrimes.

    • DSCI-Cert-In Alignment Program

      In order to advance the cause of cyber security data protection, both within the government for e-governance projects, and for trusted outsourcing to Indian service providers by clients in different parts of world, CERT-In and DSCI signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on 22nd July 2010.

      The purpose of the MoU is to create a framework within which they can jointly explore and work towards improving computer security in the country, and raise cyber security awareness, especially the importance of practices in keeping systems secure, software up-to-date and security practices and procedures current.