India's role as a major stakeholder in cloud computing is increasing, with Bangalore identified as the country's IT hub.
India’s role as a major stakeholder in cloud computing is increasing. Since Bangalore is identified as the country’s IT hub, it is only natural that the Bangalore Chapter of the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) is in the process of formalising its chapter deeper and further strengthening its position in Bangalore. The CSA defines itself as a global organization dedicated to defining standards, certifications and best practices to help ensure a secure cloud computing environment.
Cloud represents the future of an agile enterprise and its benefits are being passed on to consumers through which new technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT) and quantum computing.
“The requirements in cloud are growing globally and this opens out opportunities for building a professionally trained workforce that can handle the emerging requirements of the cloud security system”, said Sandip Kumar Panda, chairman, CSA Bangalore Chapter, speaking at the CSA Bangalore Summit held on June 14, 2018.