Following the demise of Her Majesty The Queen, this event has been postponed in order to observe the period of National Mourning.
Join us for a webinar where we explore how security can be managed in a sustainable manner.
Deepayan Chanda, Lab49
12:00 - The event starts
112:45 - The event ends
When we use an entity that does not deplete its existence in the short or the long term and maintain its future existence, this can be defined as the sustainable use of that entity. Within the same context, cybersecurity is sustainable when security resources are implemented, used, managed and maintained in a way that does not degrade the level of security or deplete over a period of time due to anything that affects the security of a system, business or organization. In the talk, I will discuss four Pillars that can help achieve and maintain a more sustainable approach to cybersecurity.
About the speaker
Deepayan Chanda is a seasoned cybersecurity professional, architect, strategist and advisor with a strong intent to solve cybersecurity problems for enterprises and create a balance between security and business goals, driven by nearly 25 years of diverse cybersecurity domain experience. He is an Ex-Armed Forces Veteran (Indian Air Force) and has experience working with various enterprises like National Australia Bank, Standard Chartered Bank (Singapore), Microsoft (Singapore), Cisco Systems, Accenture, McAfee and Symantec. Deepayan serves as a Board of Advisor and a mentor to many cybersecurity start-ups worldwide and lastly has had the privilege of sharing his broad knowledge with the wider security community by authoring two books on cybersecurity and multiple publications in the past many years.
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