Q1. When is the International Conference on #Cyberlaw and #Cybercrime scheduled for?
A1. The International Conference on #Cyberlaw and #Cybercrime is scheduled for Thursday, March 13, 2014.
Q2. What is the venue for the conference?
A2. The conference will be held at the India International Center, New Delhi, India, 110003.
Q3. Who is organizing the International Conference on #Cyberlaw and #Cybercrime?
A3. The conference is being organized by Cyberlaws.Net and Pavan Duggal Associates
Q4. Who is the Conference Director?
Q5. What is the aim of the conference?
A5. The said Conference aims to examine and analyze the emerging #cyberlaw and #cybercrime trends in the present day scenario. Cyber crimes are now beginning to impact corporates in their new avatar. What are the major international Cyberlaw and #Cybercrime trends? What kind of new manifestations of #cybercrimes are beginning to emerge that corporate need to be careful of? What international best practices need to be kept in mind by corporates for protecting themselves from being victims of #cybercrimes? What kind of overall anti-cybercrime strategies do corporates need to have in place? These and a variety of other issues are sought to be addressed in the International Conference on #Cyberlaw & #Cybercrime.
Q6. What are the objectives of the conference?
A6. The objectives of the International Conference on #Cyberlaw & #Cybercrime are as follows:
- To identify the emerging #Cyberlaw trends and jurisprudence impacting #cyberspace in today’s scenario.
- To create far more awareness about the newly emerging kinds of #cybercrimes that are impacting all stakeholders in the digital and mobile ecosystem.
- To identify the areas in #cyber crimes where #Cyberlaw needs to be further evolved so as to meet with the expectation and needs of the relevant stakeholders of the digital and #mobile ecosystem.
- To work in the direction of creating an international network of #cybercrimes and cyber-legal law professionals which could then be an important voice in the further development of #cybercrimes and #Cyberlaw jurisprudence across the world.
Q7. What is the duration of the conference?
A7. It is a one day conference.
Q8. What is the format of the conference?
A8. The International Conference on #cyberlaw and #cybercrime is a one day conference which will be divided into 4 sessions. Each session will focus one important issue which will further be broken down and discussed at length in that session.
Each session will approximately be of 1hour 15 minutes. [for more on the session click here]
Q9. When does the registration commence?
A9. The registration has already started w.e.f. February 7. 2014 however, the early bird passes are available till February 20, 2014 at the cost of INR.5,000/-. From February 21, 2014 onwards the Pass will be priced INR. 6,500/-.
Please note: In order to avail the early bird benefit, the registration must reach us on/before February 20, 2014.
Q10. When does the registration close?
A10. Although the registration is open till March 13, 2014, subject to availability of seats, which are being allocated on a first come first served basis.
Q11. What is/are the mode of payment of the registration fee?
A11. The fee will only be accepted if paid either in the form of Cheque or Demand Draft (DD), both drawn in favour of Mobilelaw.net payable at New Delhi.
Q12. Where are the registration form and the cheque/DD to be sent/ delivered?
A12. The registration form, along with the duly filled cheque/DD is to be submitted at the conference office.
Q13. Where is the conference office located?
A13. The address of the conference office is:
International Conference on #Cyberlaw and #Cybercrime
S-307, Lower Ground Floor, Greater Kailash-1,
New Delhi- 110048
Q14. Is there any penalty upon a subsequent cancellation of the registration?
A14. Cancellation till February 20, 2014 will attract a penalty of INR 1000/- (administration fee) which will be deducted from the registration fee. No refund will be done after February 20, 2014.
Please note: Non-attendance: No refunds will be made for non-attendance at the conference.
Q15. Is the registration transferable to another individual?
A15. Transfer of your registration to another person is acceptable. The full name and details of the person that will replace you must be sent in writing to the conference office prior to the conference.
Q16. Who would attend this conference?
A16. The International Conference on Cyberlaw & Cybercrime would be attended by Government officers, representatives from the different Ministries, governmental departments, governmental organizations, law enforcement agencies, police, Judges of the Supreme Court and the various High Courts, information security professionals, cyber security experts, cybercrime training personnel as also stakeholders working in the digital and mobile ecosystem.
Q17. How to contact the conference for any queries?
A17. For any queries, the organizing committee may be contacted via email. The email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q18. What is the International Advisory Board for the conference?
A18. The International Advisory Board helps to provide advice and giving direction and focus to the International Conference on Cyberlaw & Cybercrime. The inputs of the International Advisory Board are valuable given the perspectives and vision that various distinguished members of the International Advisory Board bring on the table. The International Advisory Board also suggests further subjects, issues which need to be covered in the International Conference on Cyberlaw & Cybercrime apart from suggesting the names of distinguished speakers and experts in the relevant fields.
Q19. Who are the members of the International Advisory Board for the conference?
A19. At present, the members of the international advisory board are:
Q20. Who will be speaking at the conference?
A20. The conference will see international and national speakers. Among them are:
- Ambassador Dr. Henning Wegener
- Capt Raghu Raman, CEO National Intelligence Grid (Natgrid)
- Dr. Govind CEO, National Internet Exchange of India
- Markus Kummer, Vice President, Public Policy
- Loknath Behra, National Investigation Agency, India
- Mr. Navneet R Wasan, Additional Director General at National Investigation Agency
- Mr. Prasanto K. Roy, chief editor of the ICT group of Cyber Media
- Rajesh Chharia President ISPAI
- Prof. Rajat Moona Director General, C-DAC
- Rajesh Agarwal, IT Secretary, Govt. of Maharashtra
- Rajiv Prakash Saxena Deputy Director General NIC
- Shri N. Ravi Shanker, IAS, Additional Secretary & Administrator, USOF, Department of Telecommunication, Ministry of Communications and IT, Government of India
- Pavan Duggal, Advocate Supreme Court of India, President Cyberlaws.Net