Dr. Gulshan Rai, National Cyber Security Coordinator within the Prime Minister’s Office, Government of India could be among the important thing speakers at the upcoming Telecom Leadership Forum 2019 being organized by Voice&Data magazine on 13th March 2019, in New Delhi. Since 1998, Rai has been running in the place of evolving legal framework to cope with troubles bobbing up out of our on-line world and several associated fields. At present, he’s Chief Information Security Officer, Prime Minister’s Office. He also served as the Director General, CERT-In (Indian Computer Emergency Response Team) and Group Coordinator of E-Security and Cyber Law Division inside the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology earlier. The convention subject this yr is “Digital Disruption and Consolidation”, and the various classes in the shape of keynote speeches, panel discussions and case take a look at displays will address issues facing the telecom zone which includes what does the Indian telecom atmosphere (operators,

 

gadget and solution providers, apps players, policy makers and regulator) need to awareness on within the subsequent one year inside the wake of the facts wave, the consolidation, and the user’s changing profile and necessities. And how will today’s’ purchaser appear like 5 years from now; and how rising technologies like digital, AI & VR are going to be leveraged to cater to the evolving consumer wishes. The convention can even attention on how the telecom region and eco-gadget wishes to align itself for conferences demands of a numerous, developing, great and value conscious, information pushed, and distinctly aggressive market. The different questions that industry captains and specialists will delve upon encompass what is going to be the necessities and challenges in building and rolling out networks so that it will cater to the new era virtual residents as operators flow from 3G to 4G/LTE to now 5G and IoT – at work and at play. And what technology and improvements will ensure that those networks are strong, agile, and bendy; and networks that allow users more strength to personalize. TLF 2019 will also see discussions and brainstorming sessions on how will operators make certain that their networks are safe & secure for the virtual Indian, as a massive bite of her day by day work and life sports may have a virtual touchpoint. With so many types of networks co-present, with connected devices, homes, and vehicles, and apps & OTT on top of this all, what’s the way ahead for information security and privateness to be paramount. Speakers may also discuss why a great high capacity fiber optic country wide stage network will be essential for the digital infrastructure of the country – for operators, governments, corporations and purchasers so that it will provide and revel in services (government, health, enjoyment, retail, schooling and so on) on the work region as well as home. Also, how telco networks will appreciably evolve in the face of open systems, 5G transition, converting digital local profiles and demands, and increasing accomplice collaboration might be mentioned. A unique session on smartphones will see ideas and motion plans on how handset technology, manufacturers & operators want to paintings together to make smartphones that can leverage the brand new network in phrases of apps, services, and records to truely help bridge the virtual divide. Top coverage makers, business leaders and generation honchos from the Indian telecom zone might be attending the 18th version of Telecom Leadership Forum/Among a number of the extraordinary speakers consist of Aruna Sundararajan, Secretary, Dept of Telecom; Harmeen Mehta, Airtel Group CIO; Rajan Mathews, Director General of COAI; Akhil Gupta, Vice Chairman, Bharti Airtel; Sunil Kumar, ED (Enterprise Business), MTNL; Hitesh Oberoi, CEO & MD, Naukri.Com, V Umashankar, CEO, Gurugram Metropolitan Dev Authority; Puneet Chawla, CMD, Railtel; Jagbir Singh, former CTO, RJio; Ashwani Khillan, CEO, American Tower Corp; Kapil Ahuja, CEO (North), Rjio; Vipin Tyagi, ED, CDoT; Arun Karna, MD, AT&T India; TV Ramachandran, President, Broadband India Forum; Krish Sridhar, COO, Tikona Telecom; Abhay Savargaonkar, former CTO, Airtel; TR Dua, DG, TAIPA; General Dr SP Kochhar, CEO, TSSC; Dr Rajat Kathuria, CEO, ICRIER; Ashutosh Vasant, Director (POM), Railtel; and Anil Jain, Head – Wings, BSNL; Nitin Shah, Head – Telecom Security, KPMG; Rajen Vagadia, MD, Qualcomm; Sanjay Kaul, President, SP  Business, Cisco (APAC & Japan); Dr Anand Agarwal, Group CEO, Sterlite Technologies; KS Rao, CEO – Telecom Services, Sterlite Technologies; and Anshu Gaur, CEO – Software, Sterlite Technologies.

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