Information Security Media Group a global organization managing several media assets (Refer: www.ismg.io) organized a two day event at Taj Vivanta, Bengaluru titled Fraud and Breach Prevention Summit, starting today the 12th June 2018. It will conclude tomorrow.
In a widely attended conference, several eminent Info security professionals shared their valuable thoughts on different subjects relevant to the Information Security practitioners through sessions through out day. The undersigned also participated in a discussion on “Aadhaar Security Conundrum”.
One of the interesting sessions during the day was a session on “Detecting and Fighting Fraud with Cognitive and Behavioural Biometrics” presented by Mr Tamaghna Basu, CTO neoEyed. Mr Basu shared some interesting thoughts of using behavioural biometrics such as the Key Board strokes, Gait recognition, Signature Analysis etc. Mr Basu showed how an analysis of how a person would enter a PIN or signature or password could be analyzed to develop a distinct pattern that can be used as an additional form of authentication that would be able to significantly reduce the forging of key strokes.
The solution briefly demonstrated by Mr Basu appears to have a good potential to be used by Banks and Financial institutions and deserves a serious trial.
Mr Vishal Salvi of Infosys delivered the key note address in which he presented useful perspective on the Changing Threat Landscape and how different aspects of Cyber Security such as the regulation, Controls etc are out of sync with the frequency of change of the threat scenario and why it is necessary to achieve a resonance between different aspects of Cyber Security so that there could be a quick adoption of controls to the changing threat scenarios. Mr Bharat Panchal of NPCI gave a thoughtful presentation on the status of payment systems in the Digital economy. There was also discussions on Block Chain technology for security and other subjects of interest which were widely appreciated by the audience.
The discussions will continue tomorrow.