The annual 12th India Security Summit held in New Delhi on August 28, 2019 was organized by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), officially supported by the Ministry of Communications & IT, Government of India and created a platform for the Central Ministries, State Governments, Academia, Industry and other global stakeholders to come together and deliberate on the way forward. Theme of the event was “Towards New National Cyber Security Strategy”.
The summit was attended by Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Mr. G. Kishan Reddy other dignitaries including Israeli Ambassador to India Mr. Ron Malka and Minister of State in the PMO Dr. Jitendra Singh, National Cyber Security Coordinator Lt Gen Rajesh Pant and distinguished guests from Indian army, air force, navy and states police.
During the conference, many issues were discussed such as protection of critical national infrastructure, emerging cyber threats, challenges faced by various agencies in the field of cyber security, role of private sector etc.
Inventum has also stressed upon the need for securing national infrastructure and creating a secure society through using indigenous wire and wireless products that includes routers, gateways, access points, user authentication (AAA) etc.
All stakeholders were agreed upon that India needs to strengthen its defence against rising cyber-attacks and also formulate a national strategy for reducing the risk of cybercrimes. Therefore, National Cyber Security Strategy 2020 must address key challenges like ensuring coordination among multiple agencies handling different important cyber-related aspects, promoting awareness among individuals, businesses and the government etc.
At the summit, Inventum has also showcased a range of high speed routers, BNG, WAG, cyber security and Wi-Fi access point products to enables trust mobile data offload to Wi-Fi, packet accounting, lawful logging, control or filter application flows and block specific Internet content.