HALOCORE captures the attention of SAP users at the Annual Information Security Summit
SECUDE highlights participants on the urgent need to look into application-level security of their SAP system and holds meaningful conversation with eminent participants at the event.
Gurugram | 4-6 December 2018
The Data Security Council of India hosted the highly anticipated three-day Annual Information Security Summit at The Leela Ambience in Gurugram on 4-6 December 2018. The 13th edition of the annual event is an industry-led confluence that endeavors to address the critical discipline of cybersecurity. This conference is eagerly attended by security and privacy leaders of India from all industry verticals, the government, startups, global technology players, researchers and law enforcement organizations congregate.
This is the second edition of the event in which SECUDE participated.
SECUDE’s team was headed by M Dola Krishna (Sales Director – India & APAC) and consisted of Ramakrishnan Ramani (Manager – Marketing & Communication), and Kathirvel Nagaraj and Karthik Mani from the Product Development team.
SECUDE’s booth (#16) witnessed a plethora of discussions centered around SAP application security, regulations (such as GDPR), operational convenience vis-à-vis security requirements and technology trends in data security. The booth witnessed illustrious visitors from the government, government-run organizations and private industry players.
“AISS provides a wonderful platform to connect with a context and communicate for impact,” says Dola Krishna. “We are very happy that we have reached out to discerning participants vital issues of data security – especially sensitive data that moves out of the SAP landscape.”
“Needless to say, it is critical to block sensitive data that should not leave SAP and protect sensitive data that is required outside SAP. This is the essence of HALOCORE.”
Note about the picture: The above picture shows Dola Krishna in deep conversation with Sri Ajay Prakash Sawhney (Secretary, Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India)
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