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Annual Report-2011-2012

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.

Jan, 2011 |

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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.

What’s Inside

DSCI Stakeholders

DSCI activities are guided by the Board of Directors and a Steering Committee. It also benefits from the active participation of its member companies.

DSCI Members and Chapters

DSCI has 623 organisations as Corporate Members and over 1,550 senior security and privacy professionals & practitioners as Chapter Members.

Engaging with the Government

DSCI, after consulting the industry, had provided comments on the draft Rules for sections 43A and 79, covering Intermediaries & Cyber cafes, of the IT (Amendment) Act, 2008.

Cyber Security Consultation

Government of India's Xll Five-Year Plan on Information Technology Sector includes cyber security as an important agenda item.

DSCI on Committees and Groups

RBI Group on Information Security, Electronic Banking, Technology Risk Management and Cyber Frauds.

Global Engagements

Trans-border Data Flow: EU DPD and restricted market access to Indian IT and BPO companies.

Thought Leadership

NASSCOM-DSCI CSAG Report: Securing Our Cyber Frontiers.

DSCI Best Practices Frameworks

DSCI Frameworks, DSF© and DPF© through their best practices help bring about dynamism into security and privacy to enable an organization respond to ever increasing threats enterprise wide.

First draft of CSMIC released

DSCI is a member of Cloud Services Measurement Initiative Consortium (CSMIC) led by Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), US. CSMIC aims to address the need for industry

Cyber Security Task force – IDSA

The Institute for Defense Studies and Analysis (IDSA) created task force on cyber security of which Dr. Kamlesh Bajaj is member.

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