Apurva Venkat

Principal Correspondent

Apurva Venkat is principal correspondent for the India editions of CIO, CSO, and Computerworld. She has previously worked at ISMG, IDG India, Bangalore Mirror, and Business Standard, where she reported on developments in technology, businesses, startups, fintech, e-commerce, cybersecurity, civic news, and education.

India’s cybersecurity skills shortage: Airtel Payments Bank’s CISO proposes a path forward

Lessons from a dual career: Happiest Minds CISO Vijay Bharati

Lessons from a dual career: Happiest Minds CISO Vijay Bharati

Bharati explains how being on both sides of the table — as a solution provider and CISO — has helped him in performing better.

Indian CISOs  voice concerns on CERT-In’s new cybersecurity directives

Indian CISOs voice concerns on CERT-In’s new cybersecurity directives

To meet the new mandate, CISOs will have to ramp up staffing, tools, and reporting—and deal with incident ambiguities at a very fast pace.

Biggest cybersecurity breaches in 2018 that rocked the Indian threat landscape

Here is a list of the top cybersecurity breaches that affected India in 2018.

Cybersecurity concerns slow down digital transformation: Bas Burger, BT

Bas Burger, in an exclusive interview with CIO India, talks about the scope of 5G, the changing roles of CIO’s, and how digital is at once an opportunity and a threat to businesses.

Significant CISO movements, appointments in Indian enterprise last fortnight

 Here is a list of significant Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) movements in the last fortnight across various industries.   

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