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The International Conference on #Cyber Law #Cyber Crime & #Cyber Security 2016, will be held on 17th – 18th November, 2016 at New Delhi, India. new6_e0

The International Conference on #Cyber Law #Cyber Crime & #Cyber Security 2015, held on 19th November, 2015 at New Delhi, India.

The International Conference on #Cyber Law #Cyber Crime & #Cyber Security 2015 covered at Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre with the SAID Business School, University of Oxford.

 

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Topics for The International Conference on Cyber Law, Cyber Crime & Cybersecurity 2016

The International Conference on Cyber Law, Cyber Crime & Cybersecurity aimed to examine numerous important aspects pertaining to evolving jurisprudence concerning #CyberLaw, #CyberCrime and #Cybersecurity.  Some of the topics that covered include the following: –

 

 

  1. Cyber Citizenship
  2. Blockchain Technology, Blockchain Contracts & Legalities
  3. Cyber Terrorism, Cyber Radicalization & Cyber Extremism
  4. Mobiles & Connected Legalities
  5. Darknet
  6. Intermediary Rights and Liability & Their Duties of Data Repositories
  7. Cyber Diplomacy
  8. Big Data & Legalities
  9. Internet Jurisdiction – A Catch 22 Situation
  10. Internet of Things and Trends
  11. Cyber Security Law
  12. Cyber Warfare Connected Legalities
  13. Misuse of Bitcoins for Cybercrime Purposes
  14. Cybercrime & Social Media
  15. Consumer Protection – Need for Nuanced Legal Approaches
  16. Smart Cities & Connected Legalities
  17. Electronic Evidence & Legalities
  18. Cyber Forensics and Connected Legal Issues
  19. Rules of the Road and Norms of Cyberspace
  20. Cyber Peace and Connected Legalities
  21. Convention on Cybercrime of the Council of Europe
  22. Virtual Reality and Connected Legalities
  23. Law Enforcement Agencies Collaboration and International Cooperation
  24. Cyber Insurance and connected Policy Issues
  25. Mandatory Reporting of Cybercrime and Cybersecurity Breaches
  26. Cybersecurity Legislation and Information Sharing
  27. Capacity building and Judges Training on Cyberspace Issues
  28. Role of CERTs – the only Nodal Agency for Cybersecurity
  29. Cyber Law 2016 & Beyond
  30. Newly Emerging Cyber crimes
  31. Trends for Cyber Security
  32. Surveillance, Interception & Sovereignty
  33. Has Digital Privacy Evaporated Totally?
  34. Digital Defamation, Right To Be Forgotten & Connected Legalities
  35. Net Neutrality Developments Till Date
  36. Internet Governance – Progress So Far & Challenges Ahead

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Information about The International Conference on #CyberLaw #CyberCrime & #Cyber Security 2015 was covered by numerous International Entities on their websites, including:-  University of Pretoria, African Centre of Excellence for Information Ethics, The Asian Media Information and Communication Center (AMIC), Australian Information Security Association (AISA) 

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Cyber Law, Cyber crime and Cyber security News- Quoting Pavan Duggal , Conference Director

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The following are some important News articles wherein Pavan Duggal, Conference Director has been Quoted on various issues and aspects of Cyber law, Cyber crime, Social Media, Privacy, Cyber Security and other elements in the law and technology ecosystem:-

In this article on Pavan Duggal’s Blog, Pavan Duggal, Asia’s and India’s foremost expert and authority on Cyber law, writes his thoughts The Case For An International Convention On Cyber law as under:-

“Cyber-terror, cyber-radicalisation and cyber-extremism are rearing their ugly heads… It has been estimated that cybercrime will cost businesses more than $2 trillion by 2019.

The absence of any international treaty on cyberspace has encouraged different stakeholders to adopt various methodologies for the purposes of misusing the internet to further their vested interests. Consequently, the rules of the road are not very well defined.

The absence of any international treaty on cyberspace has encouraged different stakeholders to adopt various methodologies for the purposes of misusing the internet to further their vested interests. Consequently, the rules of the road are not very well defined.

Consequently, there is a pressing need to have in place an International Convention on Cyberlaw and Cyber-Security.” Read More

In this article on Pavan Duggal’s Blog, Pavan Duggal, Asia’s and India’s foremost expert and authority on Cyber law, writes his thoughts on the legalities concerning Important Aspects Of China’s New Anti-Terrorism Law as under:-

   “In the closing moments of 2015, at a time when the world is reeling from increasing threats from militant groups, China enacted its anti-terrorism law, passed by the National People’s Congress on 27 December and effective from 1 January 2016. Prior to this, in July 2015, China passed another important legislation, the National Law on National Security.

The new Chinese anti-terrorism law represents the dawn of a new era, and is the country’s most comprehensive legislation to counter terrorism, terrorist acts, strategies, processes, procedures and methodologies”.” Read more

In this article on Pavan Duggal’s Blog, Pavan Duggal, Asia’s and India’s foremost expert and authority on Cyber law, writes his thoughts on the legalities concerning  Why 2015 Was A Landmark Year For Indian Cyberlaw as under:-

“The year 2015 was nothing if not eventful, and while some developments generated plenty of sound and fury, others made a quieter impact. As I look back at legal developments, what stands out is how 2015 was a landmark year in the evolution of cyberlaw in India.

This was the year in which the Supreme Court delivered its landmark judgment in the case of Shreya Singhal vs. Union of India. The apex court had been called upon to examine the constitutional validity of Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, 2000 and its various parameters from the perspective of the various principles enshrined in the Indian Constitution.” Read more

In this report Dailymail UK, has quoted Pavan Duggal, leading and prominent authority on Cyber law as under:-

“The dark net architecture is very different. Not even the service provider will be able to tell you who have visited, hosted or transmitted content,” says Pawan Duggal, cyber expert and author Dark Net, Anonymity and Law. 

“In 2016, dark net will be a major problem. It is the area where all illegal activities including child pornography and online paedophiles thrive,” says Duggal.

Both the National Cyber Security Policy 2013 and IT Act are silent on dark net, says Duggal. Read more

In this article on Pavan Duggal’s Blog, Pavan Duggal, Asia’s and India’s foremost expert and authority on Cyber law, writes his thoughts on the legalities concerning Supreme Court and Indian Cyberlaw-2015 as under:-

“2015 was the year in which the historical judgment of the Supreme Court was delivered in the case of Shreya Singhal v/s Union of India. The Shreya Singhal judgment was historic this year primarily because of three things.  Firstly, it struck down Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, 2000 as unconstitutional because the Supreme Court found that the parameters of Section 66A went against the Constitution of India.” Read More

In this report, cyberlaw expert Pavan Duggal has been quoted by Business-Standard

“People have this misconception that social media is a ‘free for all’ medium. Boundary lines are often crossed and the language used is reprehensible in many cases. At the moment, it suffers from ‘vomitting revolution’. You vomit out whatever you feel, without ealizing the implications,” says cyber expert Pawan Duggal. Read More

The Statesman in this report, has excerpted leading cyber law advocate  Pavan Duggal as under:-

“Any service, which conflicts or restricts my choice as a user to visit any destination on the network, is in violation of the law of the land and, therefore, is in violation of net neutrality. India needs to be very careful that it does not adopt these kind of schemes without looking into the legal gratifications,” noted cyber law expert Pavan Duggal had earlier told The Statesman. Read More

In this report, cyberlaw expert Pavan Duggal has been quoted by Bloomberg

“With ISIS warning that they’re ready to expand into India, we need to crack down,” said Pavan Duggal, founder of CyberLaw India. “It’s far more complicated than getting tech firms to cooperate. India needs a holistic national approach for how to deal with online terrorism and online activity leading to terrorism, which is currently non-existent.” Read More

In this report , Bna.com has quoted Pavan Duggal as under:-

“If this kind of breach were reported, it would not only force other banks to follow suit” in making such incidents known “it would also result in the setting of new standards for others in the banking/financial services sector to follow,” Pavan Duggal, a New Delhi lawyer who specializes in cybersecurity law, said. “When cyber security is comprised and this is revealed, it puts pressure on the company or bank to fix the problem instead of hiding it.”

Duggal said that, under India’s Information Technology Act—which was last updated in 2009 to include data security measures (209 Privacy Law Watch, 11/2/09)(8 PVLR 1574, 11/2/09)—there is no mandatory requirement for companies to generally report data breaches to privacy regulators or affected individuals.  Read More

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