Data Security Council of India Revenue and Competitors

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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Data Security Council of India's estimated annual revenue is currently $6.3M per year.(i)
  • Data Security Council of India's estimated revenue per employee is $72,500

Employee Data

  • Data Security Council of India has 87 Employees.(i)
  • Data Security Council of India grew their employee count by 18% last year.
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$17.7M122-15%$20MN/A

DSCI is a premier industry body on cyber security and data protection in India, set-up by NASSCOM®, committed to making the cyberspace safe, secure and trusted through its various initiatives and programs. DSCI is engaged with the Indian IT-BPM industry, their clients worldwide, BFSI, Telecom, e-commerce, energy and other domestic sectors, industry associations, data protection authorities, think tanks and government agencies in different countries. It engages with governments on public policy, conducts industry wide surveys and publishes reports, organizes cyber security & data protection awareness conferences, workshops, projects, interactions and other necessary initiatives for outreach and public advocacy. DSCI is focused on capacity building of Law Enforcement Agencies for combating cybercrimes in the country and towards this it operates several cyber labs across India to train police officers, prosecutors and judicial officers in cyber forensics. Public Advocacy, Thought Leadership, Awareness and Outreach and Capacity Building are the key roles which DSCI continues to pursue to enhance trust in India as a secure global sourcing hub, and promote cyber security and data protection in the country. More details on www.dsci.in

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87

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$6.3M

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18%

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Data Security Council of India News

08/28/2019 - India To Get National Cybersecurity Policy By January 2020

India saw the second-highest number of cyber-attacks between 2016 and 2018, according to a Data Security Council of India (DSCI) report ...

08/23/2019 - Enterprises are increasingly adopting AI, ML in cybersecurity ...

During a round table with Mint, Rama Vedashree, CEO of Data Security Council of India (DSCI), Vikram Mehta, CISO of MakeMyTrip and Dhruv ...

09/02/2019 - Data protection: Why a comprehensive law is needed

India doesn't have a comprehensive and specific legislation on data ... (a) NASSCOM has set up the Data Security Council of India that is ...