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Annual Report 2013-2014

DSCI completed five years of operations in August 2013.

Apr, 2013 |

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DSCI completed five 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.

What’s Inside

DSCI Stakeholders

DSCI program and strategic activities are guided by the Board of Directors. Advisory Groups, comprising security and privacy experts from the industry and government, are set up to advise it on specific issues and areas. It also benefits from the active participation of its member companies, and its Chapters.

DSCI Members & Chapters

DSCI has 689 organizations as Corporate Members, over 1600 security and privacy professionals and practitioners as Chapter Members, and over 1000 security and privacy enthusiasts registered through DSCI website.

Programs & Inititatives

DSCI takes a proactive role for "policy enablement" that affects ICT engagement and enactment through the Government...

Public Advocacy

DSCI and NASSCOM continued to work with DoC and DeitY on the issue of trans-border data flow between EU and India, as part of the India-EU Free Trade Agreement Negotiations

Thought Leadership

DSCI Assessment Frameworks for Security (DAF-S©) & Privacy (DAF-P©) were released in December 2012.

Outreach And Awareness

DSCI hosted the eighth edition of NASSCOM-DSCI Annual Information Security Summit at The Grand, New Delhi on December 10-12, 2013.

Capacity Building

Transferred from NASSCOM to DSCI Cyber Labs at Mumbai, Pune, Thane & Banga

Product development

Over the last few years, Indian industry has witnessed a high traction for the start-ups in the niche domain of cyber security product development.

Allicances & Partnerships

DSCI signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with (CBI) with the aim of strengthening the capabilities of law enforcement officials and agencies for combating cybercrime.

Way Forward

In view of the increasing importance of data protection and cyber security for the government for a number of reasons, including the launching of projects

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