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Academic Partnership with ICCC

Cyberlaw University is proud to be associated as the Academic Partner for the International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity (ICCC).



International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity, which is taking place from 25th to 27th November, 2020, is the only authoritative Conference on its covered subjects in the world that is being organized since the year 2014.  This Conference has had a remarkable impact upon the growing jurisprudence concerning Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity.

This conference looks at the intersection of issues concerning Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity. This year, the Conference assumes far more significance as it is dealing with more topical, contentious and relevant issues that the world is facing in cyberspace, given the advent of Covid-19.

With increasing digitization and with an increasing number of people joining the internet bandwagon, the legal, policy and regulatory issues concerning cyberspace are beginning to throw up new distinctive challenges.

International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity 2020 aims to unravel the mystery of emerging issues, aspects and nuances pertaining to cyberspace in these choppy uncertain water.  The Conference further aims to equip the attendees with the relevant insights of world’s thought leaders in various areas of cyberspace so that they can be better prepared to deal with issues concerning the internet and the World Wide Web.

This International Conference has been supported by 125+ international and national organizations and has been supported by various Ministries of the Government of India. This year, this Conference will have Virtual avatar, which will be held in cyberspace, given the advent of Covid-19.

The Virtual Conference enables people all over the world to attend the Conference and benefit out of its deliberations.

The Sessions to be held in this year’s Virtual International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity are as under:-

  1. Cyber Legal Challenges & Approaches For India & Indian Corporates
  2. Indian Cyberspace Strategies and Approaches During Covid19 – Way Ahead
  3. Cyberlaw During Pandemic Times & Emerging New Cyber World Order
  4. Cybercrimes In 2020 – New Avatars and Approaches for Regulation
  5. Emerging Cyber Security Landscape During Coronavirus Times
  6. New International Corporate Best Practices on Cyber Security Preservation
  7. Cyber Security Laws and Regulation – A Giant Leap Forward
  8. Digital Transformation – Need of Today’s Time
  9. Critical Information Infrastructure Protection – A Real Need for Corporates & Governments
  10. Artificial Intelligence, Ethics & Emerging Trends
  11. Crypto Assets, Currencies & Issues
  12. Cyber Compliances For Corporates And Limiting Liability During & Post Covid19
  13. Data Protection & Digital Privacy – Indian Approach So Far And Way Forward
  14. Social Media And Intermediaries In India – Their Powers, Impact & Regulation
  15. Digital Future For India Post Covid19 – Need For New Approaches for Digital Stakeholders
  16. Right to Privacy Online – How Much Real, How Much Illusive?
  17. Cyber Sovereignty, its growth and current levels
  18. Growing Darknet crimes and Need for New Legal Approaches
  19. Cyber Diplomacy, Current Developments & Future Trends
  20. Growing Norms of Behaviour in Cyberspace
  21. Peace in Cyberspace & Issues
  22. Phishing & Financial Frauds – The Growing Menace
  23. Protecting & Preserving Indian Cyber Security – Existing Challenges & Way Forward
  24. Ransomware & Growing Challenges
  25. Encryption & Connected Issues
  26. India’s Adoption of Emerging Technologies Like Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things & Blockchain
  27. Data-Driven Economy and Monetization of Data
  28. Cyber Attacks Post Advent of Coronavirus
  29. Contribution of Fake News in Coronavirus Infodemic
  30. Data-Driven Economy & Important Considerations For Stakeholders
  31. Artificial Intelligence, Regulation & Cyber Security
  32. Social Media, Corporate Employees & Users
  33. Cyber Security in Internet of Things – A new Pandora’s Box
  34. Relevance of Cyber Resilience, Cyber Disaster Management – The Way Forward
  35. Free Speech Online – Its Limits & Regulation
  36. Personal Privacy In Cyberspace
  37. Cyber Insurance – The Sunrise Sector
  38. Intermediary Liability – Current Position & Future Trends
  39. Big Data and Accompanying Issues
  40. Protecting Intellectual Property Rights in Cyberspace
  41. Data Protection – New Compliances For Companies
  42. Ethical Ramifications of Cyberspace
  43. Protecting Children in Cyberspace
  44. Education Today & Cyberspace Issues
  45. Facial Recognition, Growing Applications & Future Trends
  46. Electronic Evidence, its Collection, Preservation & Proof
  47. Trolling, Cyber Bullying, Cyber Harassment & Cyber Nuisance in Today’s Age
  48. Ways of Generating Money Online & Legal Issues
  49. Cybercrimes Against Women
  50. Cyber Issues & Capacity Building
  51. Machine Learning – Advantages & Challenges
  52. Contact Tracing, Medical Data – Connected Issues & Challenges
  53. Virtual Courts & Demonstration of Justice
  54. Emerging Technologies, Legal Tech & Way Forward
  55. Blockchain Applications And Their Impact on the Future

Conference Director of International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity is Dr. Pavan Duggal, internationally renowned expert and authority on Cyberlaw, who is also the Honorary Chancellor of Cyberlaw University.

For more info about ICCC, visit www.cyberlawcybercrime.com.

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