NASSCOM India has reported to be a host of a tech session where Kaspersky participation will be seen. It would be held on 21st October 2020 between 3:00-4:00 pm (IST).
The session, titled ‘Deep Dive on IoT Security’, will see Kaspersky’s speaker,Marat Nuriev, Business Development Manager for Kaspersky OS Business Unit will be discussing the potential risks of IoT applications and appropriate measures to manage these security vulnerabilities.
“IoT has seen a massive boost in recent years especially in developing countries like India, where digitalization is at its peak. Small and large businesses are equally excited to explore the new opportunities that have come their way due to the ‘Digital India’ initiative, and companies are looking forward to integrating advanced technologies to achieve technological innovations and grow their businesses. IoT applications are one of the popular technologies that have a huge potential in a market like India. Hence, we feel that this is the right time for us to start a dialogue on IoT security to safeguard the infrastructure at the basic level and continue adding security layers while further building the infrastructure. This is the way to achieve a very high level of protection and to enjoy all the benefits of new technology without fear of cyberattacks”, said Marat Nuriev, Business Development Manager for Kaspersky OS Business Unit.
Nuriev further added, “We are grateful to the NASSCOM India team who has given us this platform and helped us have a discussion with the people for whom security is their highest priority, and we are very enthusiastic to help them build a safer world together.”
IoT has improved the lifestyle of individuals by introducing automated services, improving industrial applications and used for multiple business purposes. The IoT applications help these businesses to attain a competitive edge over their competitors. However, due to the excessive adoption of various smart devices with data sharing and integration, the privacy and data breach becomes a significant concern to most businesses, as it interrupts the flow of work, activities, and network services.