Why Compliance is not enough ? Dr. Pramod Parajuli

Information Security Response Team Nepal (Infosecnepal.org) is going to organize the Cyber Crime and Banking Sector in Nepal for Nepalese Communities at Dining Park Restaurant And Lounge Bar Purano Baneswor.  The event is going to be held on Saturday, 18th November, 2017 at 2 PM to 5 PM.  Dr. Pramod Parajuli is a Cyber Security Expert from Nepal. He will deliver the following contents:

Pramod Parajuli, Specialist in Risk-Based Approach
 Consultant, Datum Systems Pvt. Ltd.
News of cyber security attacks making headlines has become quite common in recent years. Cyber security attacks with intent of defamation, service disruptions, data access denial with encryption, monetary value theft, and even computing resource hijacking for data crunching such as Bitcoin mining are rising every day. Due to such attacks, businesses have lost millions along with their reputation and long-term business prospects.  Businesses connecting themselves to the rest of the world via various communication channels such as the Internet, mobile network etc. to deliver information and services are vulnerable to cyber security attacks. Due to many obvious benefits of being connected, it is almost impossible for businesses not to connect to the rest of the world via these communication channels.
Now a day, most of the businesses are aware of cyber security attacks and counter-measures. They also follow various standards for preventive as well as reactive measures to be taken against cyber security attacks. World-class tools and technologies are also in place. Employees are trained on safety measures against cyber security attacks. However, despite all the measures in place, the attacks continue to rise and thrash the businesses. Cyber security is a domain where risks of business value loss take different forms. Due to the dynamics of cyber security attacks, compliance with security standards and installation of latest tools and technologies do not guarantee a safe business any more.  In this regard, the talk will cover risk-based approach for businesses as a preventive measure towards cyber-attacks.
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