Ground Zero Summit 2013 kicks off: Asia’s largest Information Security Summit
Asia’s largest and leading Information Security Conference, Ground Zero Summit 2013, was organised at Hotel Ashoka, New Delhi, from November 7-10, 2013. The summit organised by the Information Security Consortium, an independent apex body, formed by the industry and Government of India, was an attempt to generate information security awareness and combat sophisticated threats that the country is facing in cyber security domain.
Ground Zero Summit provided a platform to cyber security thought leaders, government, policy makers, security experts, service providers and original equipment manufacturers to deliberate on the emerging cyber security challenges and demonstrating cutting-edge technologies. The summit aimed at guiding the development of next generation cyber security policies and technology, to bring about changes in the current process, involve all affected industries and form the largest private-public partnership (PPP) in the domain.
During the summit, the first free Antivirus in India “Privacy On (PO)” for android phones was unveiled by Chief Guest, H.E. Shekhar Dutt, Governor of Chhattisgarh. National Security Database, an initiative of Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAC) and Delhi Technological University, also announced the one-year fellowship programme in National Security at the summit.
Press release (English) November 1, 2013 | Press Release (Hindi) November 7, 2013