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Annual Report-2012-2013

DSCI in its fifth year, has established its position as an industry body and first point-of-contact for its stakeholders – 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.

Jan, 2012 |

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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.

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DSCI Stakeholders

DSCI activities are guided by the Board of Directors in its strategic activities and Advisory Groups to advise it on specific issues and areas. It also benefits from the active participation of its member companies.

DSCI Members and Chapters

DSCI has 654 organizations as Corporate Members, over 1350 senior security and privacy professionals and practitioners as Chapter Members, and 682 security and privacy enthusiasts registered through DSCI website.

Programs and Initiatives

DSCI takes a proactive role for "policy enablement" that affects ICT - Strong Engagement and Enactment through the Government.

Cyber Security

In year 2011, DSCI constituted a Cyber Security Advisory Group under the leadership of Chairman, NASSCOM Executive Council with CEO, DSCI acting as member secretary.

Cloud

To promote cloud adoption in India and make India as a hub for delivery of cloud services, DeitY under the Chairmanship of Mr. Kris Gopalakrishnan, Executive Co-Chairman, Infosys constituted a Working Group (WG) to assist the government in formulating a Cloud Policy.

Internet Governance

MEA had sought DSCI support and views in their policy related matters in international diplomacy, on securing the cyberspace, and emerging debate on Internet governance.

Cyber Regulations Advisory Committee

A Cyber Regulations Advisory Committee has been provisioned under section 88 of the IT Act to advise the Central Government either generally or as regards to any rules or for any other purpose connected with the IT Act.

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