Vijayashankar Nagaraja Rao, more popularly known as Naavi, the founder of Naavi.org and associate activities and Mr Nagendra Javagal an experienced GRC professional are the subscribers to the Memorandum in the formation of this Company. They constitute the current Board of Directors.
Brief Profile of Directors:
Vijayashankar Nagaraja Rao more popularly known as Naavi is a pioneer in the field of Cyber Law and Techno Legal Information Security. He is the founder of the well known Cyber Law portal www.naavi.org and the associated websites representing different initiatives in education and services related to Cyber Law and Information Security.
Naavi is also a visiting faculty in a number of premier educational institutions in India and author of several books
Naavi is also a leading HIPAA Consultant in India and also provides GDPR trainings and implementation consultancy.
Naavi is also the Director of Ujvala Consultants Pvt Ltd which manages several digital assets including Cyber Evidence Archival Center, ODR Global, Cyber Law College, (Virtual education center), Privacy Knowledge Center etc.
Nagendra Javagal is an GRC Professional with over 15 years of experience in Telecom, Healthcare and Financial Services industry and involved in IT Governance Risk and Compliance Management, Data Privacy and Protection, Audit and Certification etc.
Nagendra is a Bachelor of Computer Science graduate from Karnataka, and an MBA in Information Technology. He is also a Certified Information Systems Risk and Compliance Professional (CISRCP), Certified Scrum Master, ISO 27001 Lead Auditor, ISO 3100 Risk Manager, Certified EU GRPR Privacy Professional, Member of Healthcare compliance association, USA, Member of ISACA, Member of International Association of Risk and Compliance Professionals, USA.
He has worked as a consultant in several organizations and associated with organisations such as ISACA.
The activities of FDPPI will be managed by the General Council members both at the Central level working from Bangalore and Regional levels in different cities of India. Initially we propose to form Regional Governing Councils at
d) Delhi (NCR)
Since most of the active members are working professionals, they would be organized as “Activity Action Groups” and lead different activities. The designations as “General Council Member” or “Director” does not necessarily reflect the value of the contributions that different persons may bring to the organization.
The General Council membership would be voluntary honorary positions not in conflict with the professional activities of the members but actually complimenting their activities in their respective organizations.
Details will be provided in due course about the formation of General Council and Action Groups.