Cloud Native Application Security Summit India 2022

A summit of top information security experts and technology leaders to brainstorm and discuss cloud-native & API security challenges for the Indian tech ecosystem. Summit will have cybersecurity expert speakers and attendees from top Banks, FinTech startups, SaaS/Internet startups, Telcos, Academia, Govt agencies, and other verticals.

Summit Highlights:

  • Changing security landscape and primary threats for modern cloud-native applications
  • FinTech Revolution in India: Challenges plus Opportunities around cybersecurity, privacy, and compliance.
  • How startups and enterprises can secure their applications from next-generation business logic and API attacks.

India is poised to be among the top 2-3 biggest startup ecosystems globally in the coming years. FinTech and banking in particular is a revolution in India touching a billion people. More and more startups in India are going global. Cybersecurity and compliance are going to be one of the biggest challenges for the Indian tech ecosystem and it will be critical for companies to address this as a top priority.

Jyoti Bansal – Co-founder & CEO
  • Date: TBD March 2022,
  • Time: TBD
  • Venue: Leela Palace, Old Airport Road, Bangalore

This is an invite-only summit.


Jyoti Bansal, CEO and founder Traceable AI, Harness, Unusual Ventures

Jyoti Bansal is a serial entrepreneur and a silicon valley technology visionary. Jyoti believes passionately in software’s ability to change the world for the better. In 2008, he founded AppDynamics, an application intelligence company that provides enterprises with real-time insights into application performance. Jyoti led the company as founder & CEO for the first eight years, and as founder & Chairman for the last year until its acquisition by Cisco for $3.7 Billion in January 2017.

Burgess Cooper, Partner Advisory – Ernst & Young LLP

Burgess has over a decade of hands-on experience as a CISO responsible for Information Security, Privacy & Compliance across the Telecom and BFSI sector. As a CISO, he was responsible for setting up the Information Security & Privacy function in the organization and improve the information security posture of the organization by following a multi-domain, multi-level, defense in depth approach.