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International Conference on Cyber law Cyber crime & Cyber Security

International Conference on Cyberlaw Cybercrime & Cyber Security

Cyber Law Today by Pavan Duggal

CORONAVIRUS, WORK FROM HOME & LEGALITIES

CORONAVIRUS, WORK FROM HOME & LEGALITIES

In this course, the students will have a broad overview of how increasingly employers are resorting to allowing their employees to Work-From-Home, given the advent of coronavirus and how the Work-From-Home concept has brought in far more new distinctive legal and policy challenges which need to be addressed by all stakeholders, whether it be private institutions, organizations, employers as well as employees.

Both from the perspective of employers and employees, this course provides important insights of what needs to be kept in mind by various stakeholders as they go forward in the direction of trying to understand the nuances of Work-From-Home in today’s times when the coronavirus infection is constantly increasing with each passing day.

Topics covered:

  1. Section 1:Introduction
  2. Section 2:Coronavirus – Advent and Constant Growth
  3. Section 3:Coronavirus & Economic Impact
  4. Section 4:Work from Home and It’s Relevance
  5. Section 5:Cybersecurity in Coronavirus Age
  6. Section 6:Cybersecurity at Work from Home Premises
  7. Section 7:Cybersecurity Challenges and Legal Liability for Companies
  8. Section 8:Corporate Liability for Cybersecurity Breaches
  9. Section 9:Need for Strong Telecommuting or Work from Home Policy
  10. Section 10:Important Elements of Work from Home Policy
  11. Section 11:Spelling Up of Employee Expectations
  12. Section 12:Precautions By WFH (Work from Home) Employee
  13. Section 13:Corporate Responsibility for Health & Safety
  14. Section 14:Liability for Employee at WFH Premises
  15. Section 15:Salient Principles from Code of Practice 2000
  16. Section 16:Working from Home & Child Rearing Interference
  17. Section 17:Monitoring of Devices Used in WFH
  18. Section 18:Duty to Record Time Keeping
  19. Section 19:White House Memo on Telework
  20. Section 20:Corporate Declaration on WFH in Exceptional Circumstances
  21. Section 21:Employee Benefits as per Local Laws
  22. Section 22:Proactive Duties of WFH Employee
  23. Section 23:Coronavirus & Cybercrime
  24. Section 24:Phishing in Coronavirus Age
  25. Section 25:Tips to avoid becoming Coronavirus Phishing Victim
  26. Section 26:Coronavirus & Fake News
  27. Section 27:Increasing Cybersecurity Breaches in Coronavirus Age
  28. Section 28:Conclusion

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Web Meetings addressed by Dr. Pavan Duggal