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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

Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity In The Coronavirus Age

Cyber criminals attacks hospitals and homes in the time of lockdown.  In these difficult times, we all have been lockdown due to global health emergency i.e. Coronavirus pandemic which would meant an instant ceasefire to all other strife.

Most of us have been lockdown for the last few weeks.  The security threats have only sky-rocketed.

People on the frontiers of the batter against COVID-19 – hospitals and healthcare professionals are now the favourite targets of cyber criminals.

These malicious acts on the part of cyber criminals are unfortunately hampering the smooth functioning of the healthcare sectors like hospitals and other healthcare institutions and its working staff.

These have also become the fertile targets of ransomware attacks to locked them of these critical systems in an attempt to extort payments.

According to K7 Computing, a leading cyber security firm, hacking instances will increase by 16% by the time this month is through.

Cyberlaw University has come up with following two courses:

  1. CYBER CRIME & CYBERLAW
  2. CYBERLAW, CYBERCRIME & CYBER SECURITY IN THE CORONAVIRUS AGE

For more information, please visit the website of Cyberlaw University (www.cyberlawuniversity.com).

Web Meetings organized by Cyberlaw University

Pavan Duggal Delivering High Level Policy Statements, recommending for International Convention on Cyberlaw & Cybersecurity at ITU, WSIS Forum 2015

Web Meetings addressed by Dr. Pavan Duggal