25 July, 2017 | Deilhi
Bloomberg Biometric Security and Safer Cities Summit
An intruder with physical access can do more than simply steal information; they can shut down entire businesses and public services.
The greatest threats to an organization are still physical.
Artificial Intelligence is transforming industries at an accelerated pace. While the opportunities are limitless, the ability to understand and implement transitions from man to machine is fraught with hurdles. During this half-day event in New York, Bloomberg will focus on some of the industries being transformed, and what that means for investors – both in how they invest, and in what assets they choose to invest.
Through on-stage panel discussions and presentations, we will take a closer look at how funds are leveraging AI technology, what specific companies are doing to advance technology in their industries, as well as the challenges, risks, and factors at play when removing human decision-making from the investment process.An intruder with physical access can do more than simply steal information; they can shut down entire businesses and public services. With terrorists and criminals having already identified the real world as the weak link in digital security, physical security will become increasingly important to keeping the virtual world up and running.
In this shifting security landscape, Bloomberg will gather some of India’s leading security experts to tackle the most complex issues head-on, and help security and risk managers identify new security threats and the innovations that will shield businesses and cities.
July 25 - Tuesday
Registration Opens & Continental Breakfast
Opening Address & Interview
Chairman of the Board, NEC
Becoming Physically Stronger in a Digital World
Security experts join us to analyze how physical security can become stronger to shore up the ‘real world’ insecurity of the digital economy.
Group President, Risk, Security, & New Ventures, Reliance Industries
Head, Security – South Asia Region, Nestle India
Donald Trump and Physical Border Security- Raising the Bar?
Will US Executive Order 13767 lead to the development of more secure, high-tech National Borders across the World? We evaluate the future of India’s physical and virtual borders, the evolving risks, and the technologies that can make legal crossing easier and more secure.
Lt. Gen PK Singh (Retd)
Director, The United Services Institution of India
Senior Partner & COO, Control Risks
former Permanent Representative of India, The United Nations
Aadhaar National ID- Biometrics on a Billion Person Scale
Welcome to the world’s biggest biometric security program. We analyze the successes, the areas on ongoing development, and identify the future trajectory of the Aadhaar program.
Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha, Republic of India, Chairman, Jupiter Capital
Leader, Cyber Security, PwC India
Face or Finger- How Should we Identify Customers & Colleagues
From voice, to face, iris, vein, behavior and fingerprint, we trade-off biometric authentication and surveillance methods between reliability, spoofing, economics, and ease-of-use.
Sanofi, Senior Director – Security & Intelligence, South Asia
General Manager - Security, Bennett Coleman & Co.
Firoze Zia Hussain
Vice President, Security, Delhivery
What Needs to Be Secured? The Potential Applications of Biometrics
We take a look at the Indian economy and identify where biometrics will aid physical security efforts to make life safer and more convenient.
Research Director, TechSci Research
Partner, National Leader Cyber Risk & Managed Services, Deloitte India
Artificial Intelligence & Physical Security- Predicting the Possible
We look to the future and predict the full transformational impact of AI. Machine learning and predictive risk management analytics should make facilities safer, however, will removing humans from the security loop make physical security easier to hack?
Evangelist & Government Relations Leader, Global Safety Division, NEC Corporation
President, Growth Markets, TCS
Lunch Welcoming Address
Managing Director, NEC India
Close of The Bloomberg Biometric Security & Safer Cities Summit
Nobuhiro EndoChairman of the Board NEC
Raghu RamanGroup President, Risk, Security, & New Ventures Reliance Industries
Sanjay SharmaHead, Security – South Asia Region Nestle India
Julian HeathSenior Partner & COO Control Risks
Asoke Mukerjiformer Permanent Representative of India The United Nations
Lt. Gen PK Singh (Retd)Director The United Services Institution of India
Rajeev ChandrasekharMember of Parliament, Rajya Sabha, Republic of India Chairman, Jupiter Capital
Sivarama KrishnanLeader, Cyber Security PwC India
Pramod BhattSanofi Senior Director – Security & Intelligence, South Asia
Deepak DadhwalGeneral Manager - Security Bennett Coleman & Co.
Firoze Zia HussainVice President, Security Delhivery
Karan ChechiResearch Director TechSci Research
Shree ParthasarathyPartner, National Leader Cyber Risk & Managed Services Deloitte India
Walter LeeEvangelist & Government Relations Leader, Global Safety Division NEC Corporation
Ravi VishwanathanPresident, Growth Markets TCS
Takayuki InabaManaging Director NEC India
NEC Corporation is a leader in the integration of IT and network technologies that benefit businesses and people around the world. By providing a combination of products and solutions that cross utilize the company’s experience and global resources, NEC’s advanced technologies meet the complex and ever-changing needs of its customers. NEC brings more than 100 years of expertise in technological innovation to empower people, businesses and society.
NEC India, since its establishment in August 2006, has been serving the society of India through providing solutions in the area such as Public Safety, Retail, Carrier Network and Enterprise Network, by leveraging our cutting-edge IT and Network technologies.
The NEC Group globally provides “Solutions for Society” that promote the safety, security, efficiency and equality of society. Under the company’s corporate message of “Orchestrating a brighter world,” NEC aims to help solve a wide range of challenging issues and to create new social value for the changing world of tomorrow.
For more information, visit NEC at http://www.nec.com, NEC India at http://in.nec.com/
The Asian Professional Security Association (APSA) is the leading professional association of security practitioners in the Asian region and in India. APSA represents Professionals, Companies and Organizations involved in consulting and providing products and services pertaining to all sectors of the protection industry. APSA is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and productivity of security practices by developing educational programs and materials that address broad security concerns. It Provides to its Corporate, Individual members and the business community at large with complete access to full range of programs and materials, APSA leads the way for advanced and improved security performance for products and services and works closely with the Government and Chambers of Commerce to ensure that the views and concerns of its members.