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Thursday, October 17 • 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Securing Trust - Why cybersecurity matters in digital agriculture (by invitation only) FULL

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This is a two hour invite-only discussion, hosted by DAI, will focus on trust and cybersecurity considerations for digital agriculture solutions. The first hour will be dedicated to hearing from a panel of private sector representatives. During this conversation, the objective will be to outline the cybersecurity context for India and other countries around the globe. This panel discussion will touch on topics like why cybersecurity is relevant for the agriculture sector, what the risk environment looks like, efforts to mitigate them, and the challenges of data protection due to the borderless nature of the Internet. A second panel will share insights from the donor and implementing partner perspective. In particular, this discussion will focus on the implications of the cybersecurity environment for digital agriculture tools and explore questions like how these challenges are being addressed. The session will close with light networking to look for partnerships and opportunities to bring together new ideas from across the private sector and development community to further trust and cybersecurity for agriculture.

Moderators
avatar for Susannah Horton

Susannah Horton

Digital Associate, DAI
avatar for Ruth Sparrey

Ruth Sparrey

Director | Frontiers Team, DAI Europe Ltd

Speakers
avatar for Gopinath Koneti

Gopinath Koneti

Executive Director, KPMG India
avatar for Kalpana Regulagedda

Kalpana Regulagedda

Tata Institute of Social Sciences
avatar for Krista Baptista

Krista Baptista

Senior Director, Center for Digital Acceleration, DAI
avatar for Daniele Tricarico

Daniele Tricarico

Insights Director, AgriTech, GSMA
avatar for Lovneesh Chanana

Lovneesh Chanana

Vice President, SAP


Thursday October 17, 2019 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Breakout 6 (Great Lakes) ICRISAT-HQ

Attendees (40)