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Cyber Security Industry meets up in Hyderabad
Cyber Security Industry meets up in Hyderabad

Cyber Security Industry meets up in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: The Cyber Security Centre of Excellence, Telangana has partnered with an Israeli organization, Cybertech events to organize a forum for Indian and Israeli minds together to share experiences, network and enrich the conversation surrounding the most pressing issues in Cyber Security.

Speakers for this meet up include Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary, ITE&C Department, Government of Telangana, Amir Rapaport, Editor-in-chief and Founder, Cybertech, Israel, Ravi Narayan, CEO, THub, Ariel Talibi, Managing Director, APAC & Middle East, Cobwebs Technologies, Israel, Gill Hazaz, VP Sales, EMEA & APAC, XMcyber, Israel, Ramamohan Reddy Bommireddi, CEO & MD, DigitalTrust Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

In his speech, Jayesh Ranjan said, “Telangana, the youngest state in India has a thriving innovation ecosystem, which is evident in the fields of Cyber Security and privacy.

It is the first state in India to have its own Cyber Security policy and established a Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Cyber Security, which is catalysing the Cyber Security ecosystem, especially the startups and the Global Capability Centres of MNCs, who have their operations setup here.

India and Israel’s Cyber Security partnership could be a potential game changer. This meetup will be an excellent opportunity for the participants to exchange ideas and form global collaborations to foster the growth of the Cyber Security and privacy industry.”

Speaking at the event, Dr. Sriram Birudavolu, CEO, Cyber Security CoE said “Cyber Security and Privacy are two of the cornerstones of the industry, economy and society in an increasingly cyber-physical world.

The Telangana Cyber Security CoE will not only uplift the Cyber Security and Privacy quotient in the ecosystem, but also help organizations exploit the burgeoning $231 billion global market in these areas. Indo-Israel bilateral collaborations will be extremely beneficial in this regard.”

Amir Rapaport, Editor-in-chief and Founder, Cybertech, Israel said “It is our first Cybertech session in collaboration with Cyber security Center of Excellence in Hyderabad: Government officials and companies from Israel and India met for an unprecedented discussion on the challenges and opportunities in cyber, as well as a unique technological display.” (INN)

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