Past Events

SWI organises events, conferences, lectures, seminars and discussions and invites scholars and subject specialists for exchange of ideas. Through its events provides an unbiased platform to promote business opportunities in the Indian homeland security and smart Cities sectors. SWI has been organizing conferences globally to create security consciousness among citizens, industry and the government.

03 May 2018


The LaLit, New Delhi

‘The Future of Indian Drone Market: Opportunity Unleashed’

12 May 2017

5th Secure BFSI Conclave 2017

Sofitel, BKC, Mumbai

Cyber-attacks will continue to menace financial institutions in coming times. Hacking attempts, losses, and prevention expenses are likely to increase with the rise in mobile banking applications, vulnerabilities of financial call centres, and the increased sophistication of social engineering attacks. Planning ahead is the best way to mitigate the risks.

03 Oct 2016

Securing India 2016

Hotel LeMeridien

The 8th edition of Secure Cities integrates a world-class conference programme with an industry exhibition showcasing the latest security solutions. The most comprehensive conference and exhibition on Indian internal security sector, ‘Securing India 2016’ is an indispensable platform for discovering new ways of managing security threats and connecting with the industry. Developed by and for security professionals, the conference covers the entire spectrum of important security topics and emerging issues facing security professionals and law enforcement agencies. ‘Securing India 2016’ is a unique end-user focused security summit that is expected to attract key decision makers and senior officials from across the vast spectrum of government ministries, armed forces, central and state police forces, security product developers, disaster management authorities, academia, think tanks, embassies and consulates. The theme for the 8th Edition of the conference is ‘Roadway to a Secure India: Smart Borders, Smart Policing and Smart Security.’

17 May 2016


The Lalit, Mumbai

Security Watch India (SWI) is pleased to announce the 4th Annual Conference on Secure BFSI Conclave 2016. Following the interest raised in the security sections of Mobile Financial Services of the Future, Retail Banking Digitalisation, Contactless Payments, Future of Self Service Banking, Next Generation Payments, we bring to the market this conference focused on the “Mobile Payments & Cyber Security”.

As per an RBI data, by July 2015, India’s mobile banking industry transactions in terms of volume reached Rs 23,500 crore, a growth of over 100% when compared to the corresponding figures of Rs 11,300 crore in December, 2014.

With financial markets in India experiencing a significant increase in cyber and mobile activity; this has prompted the investigation and analysis of the importance of providing consumers with a safe and secure cyber platform in which to conduct their transactions. From online to mobile banking, security remains a major concern for both banks and their consumer markets. This also invariably creates major business opportunities for cyber security industry.

15 Feb 2016

Water Management for Smart Cities - Delhi

India Habitat Centre- Jacaranda Hall

Theme:  Challenges and good practices for managing water in Smart Cities

02 Dec 2015

Community Oriented Policing Skills A Round Table Discussion

Gulmohar Hall, India Habitat Centre

Community policing envisages police community interactions to find creative solution for various problems of community and implement them in partnership with the community. The essence of community policing is to minimize the gap between policemen and citizen to such an extent that the policemen becomes an integral part of community they serve.

09 Sep 2015

Secure Cities 2015

Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi

Following the huge success of Secure Cities 2014, Security Watch India (SWI) announces the dates for Secure Cities 2015 New Delhi from September 9, 2015. Secure Cities 2015 is the seventh edition of critically acclaimed security event. This is the only event to deliver a heavily researched, extremely relevant and unique high level conference, supported by a unique showcase exhibition exposing the very latest technology and technique available to professionals in this vitally important arena. 

Secure Cities brings together every year from all over India, the foremost security experts from government, police and paramilitary forces, law enforcement agencies, academia, security heads from various commercial organizations like banks, hotels, BPO’s, shopping malls, multinational companies to share real-life experience, debate strategies, brainstorm issues, shape policy, explore new technological solutions and gain knowledge.

10 Apr 2015

Secure BFSI Conclave 2015

Sofitel, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai

Security Watch India (SWI) is a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization that addresses issues in the space of the relatively new homeland security sector. SWI works towards a secure tomorrow by enhancing security awareness and consciousness in Indian industry and civil society. SWI also guides and facilitates potential investors interested in the Indian homeland security business.

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