IISSM annual global conclave in Benglauru to decode threat to cyber security
12, Nov 2019, 8:27 PM
Bengaluru: 66% of business decision-makers in India believe lack of security expertise is a challenge for their organisations, while 63% of Indian businesses are concerned about being exposed to cyber threats due to employee errors. The 29th annual global Conclave of International Institute of Security and Safety Management (IISSM) is scheduled for November 14, Thursday and will be inaugurated by chief minister BS Yediyurappa. The conclave in Bengaluru will focus on all aspects of cyber security.
The NGO usually focuses on security, safety, fire prevention, disaster management, agency planning, business continuity planning but this time will lay emphasis on the security of the digital platform. Several state and Union ministers are expected to be present during the two-day Conclave. The NGO is also in line with the Prime Minister’s vision and aims to bring out innovative ideas for digital transformation.