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Annual Report-2016-2017

DSCI is pleased to release and share its Annual Report 2016-17. The report outlines the achievements, major activities, programs and initiatives undertaken by DSCI. One of the key highlights in the forefront of policy advocacy has been engaging with Telangana and Andhra Pradesh to help draft their cyber security policy. Taking forward the CSTF vision, DSCI developed and released ‘Growing Cyber Security Industry Roadmap for India’, which serves as a growth blueprint for Government and Industry. DSCI demonstrated thought leadership by engaging both with Government and Industry around EU-GDPR, and matters pertaining to Data Protection.

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DSCI is pleased to release and share its Annual Report 2016-17. The report outlines the achievements, major activities, programs and initiatives undertaken by DSCI.

One of the key highlights in the forefront of policy advocacy has been engaging with Telangana and Andhra Pradesh to help draft their cyber security policy. Taking forward the CSTF vision, DSCI developed and released ‘Growing Cyber Security Industry Roadmap for India’, which serves as a growth blueprint for Government and Industry. DSCI demonstrated thought leadership by engaging both with Government and Industry around EU-GDPR, and matters pertaining to Data Protection.

Last year, DSCI launched a two-pronged internet safety awareness campaign focussing on SMBs and also launched an e-learning cyberaware.in portal. Along with, Annual Information Security Summit (AISS) and Best Practices Meet (BPM) served as definitive platforms for cyber security and privacy leaders in the country, both on policy and contemporary and future security technologies.

All of these and more have been extensively covered in this edition of the Annual Report. We hope you find value and meaning while going through the report.

What’s Inside

Our Stakeholders

DSCI understands stakeholders’ priorities and encompasses them in its varied initiatives, programs and outreach activities.

Striving for India’s Eminence in Cyber Security

Our work in cyber security has led to substantive and sustained engagement with the Government to strengthen the cyber security posture in India and promote.

Privacy

DSCI and NASSCOM have been engaging with government departments and agencies on the globally changing privacy regime.

Global Trade Policies

The U.S. and Indian ICT industry have many common interests in terms of how technologies are adopted around the world, and the potential role played by governments.

Internet Governance & Net Neutrality

MeitY in association with the National Internet Exchange of India organized a workshop to analysis issues related to Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers operations.

Cloud Computing & Internet of Things

Subsequent to the initial consultation held in March 2016, DSCI had developed a framework in form of a whitepaper, directing the approach to data governance and data classifications.

Skills Building

In collaboration with the IIT-ITeS sector skills Council NASSCOM (SSC NASSCOM), under the aegis of Ministry of Skills & Entrepreneurship Development,

Cyber Forensics

DSCI has been actively involved in developing content and imparting training towards capacity building of law enforcement.

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