Synergia to organise security conclave

Last Updated 16 November 2017, 14:41 IST

The Bengaluru-based Synergia Foundation is organising its biennial flagship event -- The Synergia Conclave from November 17-19.

Themed 'Security 360', the fifth Synergia Conclave, is focusing on reimagining security and business in the digitised assymetric world. The conference aims to bring together strategic security practitioners, policymakers, media and business enterprises on a single platform to obtain a 360 degree perspective on cyber and national security.

The conclave, conducted in collaboration with IT/BT Ministry of Government of Karnataka at Hotel Taj West End, will be focusing on the role of techniques like offensive tactical response, proactive intelligence to develop counter narratives.

"The objective of the Synergia Conclave is to help both governments and industry to re-imagine security and business in a digitised world and does security mean active defense or can it mean furthering relationships, confronting inequalities and recognising each other's humanity" Tobby Simon-Founder and President of Synergia Foundation said.

Among others, the speakers at the conference include Michael Chertoff – Former US Home Land Security Chief, Michael Hayden – Former NSA and Director of the CIA , Krishnan Srinivasan – Former Foreign Secretary, M K Narayanan–Former NSA and Director of IB.

The conference expects to have the entire Prime Ministers National Advisory board,
many members of the National Security Council, Ministers of the Central and State Government, more than 40 CEO and Presidents of companies.

(Published 16 November 2017, 14:38 IST)

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