DRAFT AGENDA – ICCC 2017

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Draft Agenda of the International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity 2017

16th & 17th November, 2017

DAY 1 (16th November, 2017)

Plenary Track 1

Session 1 – Cyberlaw 2017 & Beyond
Session 2 – Cyber Security & Cyber Security Law – Emerging Trends & Challenges
Session 3 – Cybercrime – Latest Trends and Challenges
Session 4 – Cyber Sovereignty and Attribution for Cyber Acts – Need for New Approaches Globally
Session 5 – Ransomware, Botnets and Distributed Denial of Service, Spam, Malware, Spyware – the next level of attacks and their regulations
Session 6 – Artificial Intelligence & Blockchain

Parallel Track 1

Session 7 – Cyber Diplomacy
Session 8- Critical Information Infrastructure Protection – Critical for Every Nation
Session 9 – Big Data Analytics – Emerging Trends and Practical Difficulties
Session 10 – Cloud computing and Data Ownership and concerned legalities
Session 11 – Judicial training on cyber related issues and concerned opportunities
Session 12 – Banking, Financial Services and Insurance in the Cyber World, Digital Economy, Digital and Mobile Payments – new way forward
Session 13 – Wearable Technologies, protection of Intellectual Property Rights and Public Private-Partnership in Cyber  Security

Parallel Track 2

Session 14 – Protecting Children from Online Sexual Abuse and Related Perspectives
Session 15 – Space – the final frontier and cyber security challenges
Session 16 – Cloud Computing, Cyber Security and uneasy marriage
Session 17 – Increasing importance of Ethics in a Cyber connected World
Session 18 – Data Repositories and Intermediaries are today Kings – a different look at Intermediary Liability
Session 19 – Social, Mobile, Analytics & Cloud (SMAC) , Over the Top Applications, Live streaming and cybercrimes
Session 20 – Data / Sharing Economy, Data Protection and Ownership, Medical Health Records and Consumer Protection

Parallel Track 3

Session 21 – Cyber Radicalization and need for new regulatory approach
Session 22 – Robotics, Driverless Cars And The Law – The New Era Begins
Session 23 – Cyber Security Breaches – the biggest problem area of Internet of Things
Session 24 – Need and significance of Capacity Building for Police and Law-Enforcement agencies
Session 25 – Cybercrime Detection, Investigation, Prosecution and Conviction – Cyber Legal Challenges
Session 26 – Freedom of Speech and Expression Online vs. Interception, Monitoring, Decryption and Blocking – legitimate tools for sovereign Governments
Session 27 – Digital India Program, Demonetization, Cashless Economy and Smart Cities 

Day 2 (17th November, 2017)

Plenary Track 2

Session 28 – Cyber Warfare, Cyber Peace & Tallinn Manual 2.0
Session 29 – Main principles of Social Media jurisprudence – how law needs to tackle Social Media
Session 30 – Internet of Things and Privacy Challenges
Session 31 – International best practices in Cyber World, their Relevance, Importance and Impact
Session 32 – Darknet and Legal Challenges regarding regulation
Session 33– Emerging Landscape and New Challenges in Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity

Parallel Track 4

Session 34 – Cyber Resilience, Cyber Auditing & Cyber Insurance –the connected Policy Issue
Session 35 –  MLAT, Law Enforcement Agencies Collaboration and International Cooperation – how far relevant today and the way forward
Session 36 –  Digital Property Vs Hacking- the New era game of Cyber Criminals
Session 37 –  Privacy in a Big Data world – viewpoints from various stakeholders
Session 38 –  Applicability of Blockchain for Banking and Finance –opportunities and new challenges
Session 39 – Internet Jurisdiction – a deadlock that needs addressing

 Parallel Track 5

Session 40 –  Cyber Citizenship
Session 41 –  Securing Diversity: Women in Cybersecurity
Session 42 –  Digital Identity, Biometric Information sharing, cyber security – legal, policy and other challenges
Session 43 –  Cloud Computing and Data Ownership and concerned Legalities
Session 44 –  Evaporating Privacy in a transient World – what further can be done to protect personal and data privacy
Session 45 –  Digital ecosystem and Consumers – how much protected and what further needs to be done?

 Parallel Track 6

Session 46 – Digital Defamation, Right To Be Forgotten & Connected Legalities
Session 47 – The Enemy Within: Detecting and Mitigating Insider Threats
Session 48 – New norms of behaviour needed for Cyberspace – work done so far and aspects that need addressing
Session 49 – Forensics and Discovery Obligations vs. International Privacy Law And Electronic Evidence Laws
Session 50 – Encryption versus Sovereign Rights to backdoors – what holds in the future and what the master tussle between two
Session 51 – Cyber Education, Cyber Hygiene, Cyber Safety and Cyber Awareness – the Crucial Quadrant

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