SAFE 2018 Conference


Hitex Exhibition Centre, Hyderabad

28th June, 2018


10.30 - 11.00: Registration

11.00 - 12.00: Inaugural Session

  • Welcome Address: Shri Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, UBM India Pvt. Ltd.

  • Special Address: Mr. C Bhasker Reddy, President, Andhra Pradesh Private Security Association*

  • Partner Address : Mr. A. V. Satyam, President, Electronic Security Association of Andhra Pradesh*

  • Keynote Address: Shri Jayesh Ranjan, IAS, Principal Secretary – Industries and Commerce, Telangana*

  • Chief Guest Address: Shri K.T. Rama Rao, IT, Municipal Administration & Urban Development, Industries & Commerce Minister, Telangana*

  • Vote of Thanks: Shri Pankaj Jain, Group Director, UBM India Pvt. Ltd.


*Subject to confirmation


12.00-13.00: Session 1: Corporate Risk Management: Integrating Best Practices and Regulatory Compliance into Security Operations

Discussion Points

  • The evolution of security and information threats to corporate organisations requires a complete overhaul of corporate risk management strategies

  • The right corporate risk management strategy not just ensures adequate safety and security for the occupants but also for vital corporate assets.

  • Having the right access control devices to control the flow of visitors as well as the right facility management systems to protect against fire and other natural disasters should be foremost among the list of priorities.


  • Satish Kumar Yadav, Head – Security, Raheja Mindspace It & Business Parks

  • Vinod Desai, Director – Security, Hyderabad International Convention Centre

  • Moses Srinivas Sudhakar B, General Manager - Administration & Security, Renew Power Ventures Pvt. Ltd.

  • Somaiah Gorige, CSO, Trujet Airliines

  • Rajesh Panda, CSO, Fernandez Hospital

  • Captain Manoj Kumar Tripathy, Cluster Security Head, Amazon

  • Subrat Mishra, Infrastructure Auditor, Sikha "O" Anusandhan University

13.00 - 14.00: Lunch

14.00 - 14.15: Session 2: Partner presentation

14.15 - 14.45: Session 3: Fireside chat: Border and Perimeter Security: Key Strategies and Technologies to Mitigate Threats

Discussion points:

  • India shares 15,106.7 km of its boundary with seven nations— Nepal, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, China, Myanmar and Bangladesh. Managing such diverse land borders is a complex task and these land borders run through different terrains.

  • The western border in particular is an eternal hotbed with terrorists, drug-traffickers, smugglers and human trafficking gangs always on the lookout for opportunities to sneak past the BSF and enter our territory.

  • Unmanned aerial vehicles and drones can play an effective role in keeping an eye on such intruders and also help reduce casualties among our security forces patrolling the borders.


  • John Livingstone, Founder CEO & Product Architect, Johnnette Technologies

  • Maj Rajendra K Sonawane, AVP, IKEA

14.45 - 15.30: Session 4: Key Techniques to Bolster Security of a New-Age City (Speaker Session)

Discussion points:

  • By 2050, the world will have more than six billion people living in urban cities. A lot of efforts needs to go into making these cities safe, convenient and energy-efficient for the people to lead meaningful lives.

  • A safe city should be able to provide 24X7 safety and security to its citizens, smart and new-age technology solutions across all walks of life and above all solutions that connect with each other seamlessly and in the shortest possible time.

  • A big concern for any major city is to protect its residents against terror attacks. By adopting technologies that inhibit the movement of terrorists and also that help residents maintain a reasonable level of deterrence, we can ensure fool-proof security.


  • K. C. Reddy, IPS, Ex- Chief Security Advisor, UN

  • Dr. Kanneganti Ramesh Babu, Founder & Director – Centre For Human Security Studies

15.30 - 15.50: Session 5: The Changing Role of a CSO in Crisis Management and Ensuring Business Continuity (Speaker Session)

Discussion points:

  • With urban offices working out of very large building complexes, the security management processes have witnessed a paradigm shift.

  • The convergence of physical security with information security has also added to the existing security responsibilities of a CSO.

  • New-age threats demand a completely new approach to integrated security management with increasing knowledge of technologies used in security devices.


  • S. Rajaram, DGM And Lead Facility Management Services, Mytrah Energy

15.50 – 16:10: Tea break

16:10-17:00: Session 6: The Threat of Cyber Attacks on Security & Surveillance Systems (Panel Discussion)

Discussion points:

  • One of the key challenges is to secure the security infrastructure both at design and execution time through proactive identification and protection from cyber attacks.

  • In terms of user privacy also there are challenges related to control over personal information and the risk of leaking a person’s physical location and movement details.

  • Another key issue is the challenge to manage and maintain communication among heterogeneous devices and manage large amount of information emanating from them.



  • Jeron John, Dy CSO, Tech Mahindra

  • Kancharla Manmadh, Head-Cyber Security CoE United Technologies

  • Anil Anisetti, Chairman, ESF Labs

  • Saurabh Barjatiya, Technical Lead - Network, Cloud and Open Source Practices, GBB

  • Rajeev Shukla, Founder, Castellum Labs

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