As we celebrate women, here is celebrating and showing gratitude to the women who through their jobs and experience put India on the world map in the field of digital security.
The information security office in Bangalore branch of Australia and New Zealand Bank is headed by Arathi Ramesh. Her mantra for success to make a difference in customers' lives through her work. She is a strong believer of creating an encouraging and a transparent culture in the organization. She also won IDG CSO100 award in 2017.
Shital Jiwane started her career as a programmer/system analyst handling home-grown finance systems in BPCL prior to ERP-era. Currently, she is the head of Network, Security & GRC domain. Jiwane is an alumnus of VJTI, Mumbai University and recipient of Six Sigma Green Belt and Black Belt Certification and Winner of Ideas 2010 award in BPCL in Systems and Process Improvement category.
With over 24 years of experience in the industry, Anuprita Daga is currently associated with Reliance Capital as the group chief information security officer. Daga has been a part of global information security community for a long time. She believes that people are the strongest link in achieving security if engaged well, given right knowledge and built a sense of risk arising from every action.
Jamuna Swamy has played a key role in making Hexaware’s security culture as a part of Business Objective. She has been revolutionary in setting up of Security Division in the Banking Industry. She is a former President and Treasurer of ISACA Chennai Chapter. Currently, she is the Director for Programs in ISACA Chennai Chapter.
Maya R Nair is currently the head of security, Idea Cellular. Before entering the corporate world, she worked as a lecturer at Nirma Institute of Technology and Dharamsinh Desai Institute of Technology. Nair has also worked at CIBIL, as the Assistant Vice President-Information Security for around 10 years.