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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

CYBERSECURITY LAW & CHALLENGES

CYBERSECURITY LAW & CHALLENGES

In this course, students will get to have an overview of the importance and significance of cyber security law as an evolving legal discipline and will further be exposed to various emerging trends, developments that are likely to contribute to the further growth of cyber security law jurisprudence. Advent of new technologies and new phenomenon has ensured that new legal approaches are required. How these newly emerging thrust areas are impacting the further growth and evolution of cyber security law jurisprudence is the main subject of the present course.

Topics covered:

  1. Introduction
  2. Increasing Cybersecurity Breaches
  3. Equifax Cybersecurity Breach
  4. Uber Cybersecurity Breach
  5. Attribution
  6. Cyber Attribution Techniques & Challenges
  7. Current Issues Before Cyber Attribution
  8. Encryption as Challenge
  9. Regulation of Encryption by Cybersecurity Law
  10. Jurisdictional Challenges
  11. Electronic Evidence Challenge
  12. Protecting Critical Information Infrastructure
  13. New Approaches for Securing Critical Information Infrastructure
  14. Darknet & Cybersecurity Breaches
  15. Lack of International Law on Cybersecurity
  16. MLATs not Successful
  17. Bilateral Cooperation on Cybersecurity
  18. International Cooperation on Cybersecurity
  19. Cybersecurity Law in Different Countries
  20. National Cybersecurity Policies & Strategies
  21. Prevailing Position of Cybersecurity Breaches
  22. Grave Figures About Cybersecurity Breaches
  23. Cybersecurity Risks Ahead
  24. Future Growth of Cybersecurity Law
  25. Cybersecurity Challenges Galore
  26. Conclusion

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