The sixth edition, roadshow will feature insights from 28 leading vendors with a focus on key pillars to cyber resilience
Exterro the industry’s first provider of Legal GRC software, which unifies e-discovery, digital forensics, cyber security ,compliance and privacy to drive successful, defensible outcomes for in-house legal, IT teams, privacy and law enforcement worldwide, today announced its participation in the most sought-after roadshow organized by its channel partner Credence Security. The roadshow will be held between March 7 and 9 in New Delhi, Mumbai, and Hyderabad.
Focusing on the theme, ‘Working Together Towards a Cyber-Resilient Tomorrow,’ the roadshow will have pre-eminent technology experts, vendors, and speakers discuss the latest trends, resilient strategies and innovations in the cybersecurity and digital forensics landscape, and security strategies that will help organizations stay protected in a digital-first era.
In this year’s roadshow, Exterro will have its Vice President Global Talent Management and Chief Data Scientist, Dr Kavitha Thangasami discuss the company’s success since the acquisition of AccessData, as well as the operations in India. Shashidhar Angadi, Chief Technology Officer at Exterro will also discuss the future of digital forensics and Legal GRC in India and how organizations can leverage technology to future proof their initiatives.
Credence Security’s vendors including Exterro will shed light on how their latest offerings help ease cybersecurity concerns and enable organizations to focus on core business operations. The discussions aim to get Indian organizations to rethink their security approaches. With one-on-one networking opportunities, attendees will have a chance to catch up with industry peers in a safe meeting setting.
Rajkumar Manickam, Sales Director South Asia at Exterro, said “In India, particularly, the lack of awareness of regulations, delay in implementation of privacy laws has created confusion among organizations. Exterro is looking to help create awareness and provide solutions to these future problems, today well before PDPB comes into effect,” “The discussions will also help organizations understand how technology is helping organizations manage regulatory and compliance requirements, allowing organizations to focus on the ever increasing cyberattacks, especially in a post-COVID-19 world. Probing cybercrimes can be doubly daunting and digital forensics is revolutionizing investigations. Cybersecurity and digital forensics go hand in hand and the roadshow will help Indian organizations understand the existing risks, formulate stronger security and investigation strategies and up incident response times.”