India's Threat Landscape

Security Measures Need More Legal Support
Responding to today's cyber attacks isn't the challenge for Indian banking institutions. But prosecuting these crimes is, says KK Mookhey, a security expert with deep banking experience. Current laws just don't serve as enough of a deterrent for attackers.To be truly responsive to today's top threats, India needs cyber crime laws with sharper teeth.

In an exclusive interview on the India threat landscape, Mookhey discusses:

  • Top cyber threats;
  • Current regulatory challenges;
  • How Indian banks can respond better to today's top risks.

Kanwal K. Mookhey is a principal consultant at Network Intelligence, as well the founder of the Institute of Information Security. He is a well-recognized security professional with numerous successful engagements to his credit. His skills and experience span IT governance, IT infrastructure management, security, forensics and business continuity. He has led projects at prestigious clients including the United Nations WFP, Saudi Telecom, Dubai and Abu Dhabi stock exchanges, and many others. He has published numerous articles, two books, presented at numerous conferences, and is a well-known name in India and the Middle East.




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