ROUND TABLE ON CYBERLAW, CYBERCRIME & CYBERSECURITY, 2018

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ROUND TABLE ON CYBERLAW, CYBERCRIME & CYBERSECURITY, 2018

Date: 26th April, 2018

Duration 9:00 am to 1.00 pm

Venue: – India International Centre, New Delhi

About the Round Table on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime and Cybersecurity 2018

The Round Table on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime and Cybersecurity is being organized on Thursday, 26th April, 2018 at India International Center, 40, Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi-110003. This Round Table is being organized by Cyberlaws.Net and Pavan Duggal Associates, one of India’s best technology law firms.

The Round Table on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime and Cybersecurity 2018 assumes significance, given the fact that International Conference on Cyber law, Cyber crime & Cybersecurity is being organized from 14th to 16th November, 2018 in New Delhi, which is seeking to address various pertinent, topical issues that face nation states as also different other stakeholders in the cyber and mobile ecosystems.

The International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity 2018 is currently being supported by Ministry of Law & Justice, Government of India, and also by more than 90 international organizations. Some of the key thrust areas that the International Conference 2018 seeking to address would include the following:

  1. Acceptable Norms of Behavior in Cyberspace – The Growth so far;
  2. Applicability of International Law To Cyberspace Equally;
  3. Cyber Sovereignty;
  4. Bilateral Cooperation Agreements concerning Cyber Issues;
  5. Counter Measures by Sovereign Nations;
  6. Relevance of United Nations for preserving Peace in Cyberspace;
  7. Cyber War, its eminence and the need for maintaining Cyber Peace;
  8. Relevance of Budapest Convention in increasing Cyber Security Breaches;
  9. Blockchains & Connected Legalities;
  10. Internet of Things – Emerging Regulatory Challenges;
  11. Attribution of Cyber Acts;
  12. GDPR & International Data Protection Legal Regime;
  13. Artificial Intelligence & Connected Legal Principles;
  14. Challenges of Internet Jurisdiction;
  15. Crypto Currencies – Legal and Regulatory Challenges;
  16. Rules of the Road to prevent Cyber War;
  17. Tallinn Manual – Process & Future;
  18. Cybersecurity Law & Emerging Realities;
  19. Cyber Diplomacy;
  20. International Cyber Cooperation Mechanisms;
  21. Cyber Capacity Building;
  22. Big Data;
  23. Quantum Computing & Emerging Technologies;
  24. Cyber Extremism & Radicalization;
  25. Emerging Trends In Global Cybercrimes;
  26. Darknet & Regulatory Challenges;
  27. Fake News & Social Media;
  28. Cyber Security & Outer Space;
  29. Privacy in Cyberspace – Current Scenario & Future Challenges;
  30. Safeguarding Critical Information Infrastructure from Cyber Attacks.

The Round Table 2018 will seek to explore the perspectives of various stakeholders as to what further needs to be added as an integral component and thrust areas of the forthcoming International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity.

 

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