50p 2017

A conference about India's digital payments ecosystem.

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Consumer Payment Security

Submitted by Anushree Mohta (@anushreemohta) (proposing) on Saturday, 19 November 2016

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Section: Full talk Technical level: Advanced

Abstract

Ramki Gaddipati, CTO & Co-Founder of Zeta will address a seminar on facts and perceptions about Consumer Payment Security. He will provide a general perspective on how payments are insecure and the approaches that we need to take to prepare ourselves for a far a better, safer system in the future.

Outline

Key sections:
-User awareness and perceptions regarding security -The evolution of payments modes and methods and their subsequent problems -Insecurity and malicious attacks -Bank cards, PINs and OTPs and their intrinsic vulnerability =Digitisation and mobile app wallets - evolution and advantages -Possible outcomes and measures to increase security

Speaker bio

Ramki Gaddipati is Chief Technology Officer and the co-founder of Zeta, an emerging player in the space of mobile and digital payments.
Ramki leads a strong team of engineers to give the product a stable foundation at Zeta. He is extremely passionate about product engineering with a strong sense of initiative and commitment to excellence at every step.
Zeta is part Directi, a conglomerate of tech companies having presence in India, US, China, Dubai and Europe. Directi, co-founded by Bhavin Turakhia employs 1500+ people across 9 global offices, with over 9 million customers, revenues over $250 million and a net worth of over $700 million.
Ramki has been involved with the Directi Group for seven years, having led several tech initiatives in various capacities. In the past Ramki co-founded Bridle Information and Technology Solutions and was listed in Asia’s Best Entrepreneurs Under 25 by BusinessWeek in 2006.
He holds a Master’s degree in Management and a Master’s in Software Systems from Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani.

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