EXECUTIVE COURSE ON CYBERLAW LEVEL A

EXECUTIVE COURSE ON CYBERLAW LEVEL A The government is one of the biggest data stakeholders in the data ecosystem. The government has become the biggest collector, processor and retainer of data in the electronic form in today’s times. Hence it becomes very important that all government officers who are dealing with electronic data as also […]

EXECUTIVE COURSE ON CYBERLAW LEVEL A

The government is one of the biggest data stakeholders in the data ecosystem. The government has become the biggest collector, processor and retainer of data in the electronic form in today’s times. Hence it becomes very important that all government officers who are dealing with electronic data as also cyber related ramifications of data, need to understand what is the current legal frameworks impacting cyberspace. How these legal principles will govern their day-to-day activities in the government ecosystem and what all precautions they need to take in order to protect not just governmental data but also data pertaining to third parties and sensitive personal data. Further government officers need to know the broad cyber governance issues and parameters that are of crucial relevance from the perspective of governance in today’s ecosystem.

As governments across the world have quickly understood the significance of cyberspace as an important vector of governance. This course enables the top layer of leadership within the government in various ministries to understand the policy and regulatory ramifications of cyberspace and what all strategies they need to specifically keep in mind while dealing with governance-related issues pertaining to cyberspace, Internet, electronic data as also other activities in the digital and mobile ecosystem. The advent of new technologies has started posing distinctive new challenges for top leadership at the government ministries. This course will also enable the attendees to understand how new governance issues are being thrown up by emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, blockchain and internet of things and what kind of proactive approaches need to be adopted by governments and governmental leaders while dealing with the contentious nuances of emerging technologies.

1. CYBER LEGAL FRAMEWORK IN INDIA

1
Origin of Electronic Commerce and it’s enabling Legal Framework
2
Cybercrime under the Indian Cyberlaw
3
Salient Features Of Cyberlaw
4
Section 79 of the Information Technology Act, 2000
5
Lack Of International Cyberlaw
6
Challenges posed by Section 79 of the Information Technology Act, 2000 from 2000 to 2008
7
UNCITRAL Model Law On Electronic Commerce & Electronic Signatures
8
Amended section 79 of the Information Technology Act, 2000
9
Constitutional validity of Section 79 of the Information Technology Act, 2000
10
Indian Information Technology Act, 2000
11
Coverage, Ambit And Applicability Of The Indian Information Technology Act, 2000
12
Common Myths About Retention Of Electronic Records And Legal Position
13
Concept Of Electronic Contracts And Legalities -Section 6 IT Act
14
Concept Of Electronic Authentication Through Digital Signatures And Electronic Signatures
15
Retention Requirements Under The Indian Cyberlaw
16
Legality Of Electronic Format In India – Section 4 IT Act
17
Electronic Authentication In India – Section 5 IT Act
18
Digital Signature Regime In India
19
Duration Of Electronic Retention – Current Ambiguity In The Law And Prescription By Various Agencies
20
Lack Of Direct Provision On Data Protection The Indian Cyberlaw
21
Damages And Compensation For ​​​​Computer Related Acts
22
Concept Of ​​Sensitive Personal Data
23
Reasonable Security Procedures And Sensitive Personal Data
24
Unlimited Damages For Negligence In Dealing, Handling Or Processing Sensitive Personal Data
25
Concept Of Personal Information And Sensitive Personal Data Under The Indian Cyberlaw
26
Reasonable Security Practices For Sensitive Personal Information
27
Tortious Liability For Computer Related Acts – Section 43 IT Act
28
Important Cases in this regard
29
Cybercrimes In India and Their Regulation

2. CYBER SECURITY LEGAL APPROACHES IN INDIA

1
a. IT ACT 2000
2
Cyber security coverage in Indian Cyberlaw
3
Cyber security provisions under the Indian Information Technology Act, 2000
4
International developments on cyber security law and lack of dedicated Indian law on cyber security
5
Cyber security compliances by intermediary
6
Reasonable security practices and procedures
7
Cyber security reporting requirements in India
8
Protection of India’s Critical Information Infrastructure
9
b. DATA BREACH NOTIFICATION
10
Cyber Security Breaches
11
Cyber Security Breaches
12
Darknet & Cybersecurity Breaches
13
Dealing with cybersecurity breach
14
Equifax Cybersecurity Breach
15
Grave Figures About Cybersecurity Breaches
16
Increasing Cybersecurity breaches & online financial frauds
17
Increasing Cybersecurity Breaches in Coronavirus Age
18
Prevailing Position of Cybersecurity Breaches
19
Uber Cybersecurity Breach
20
c. IT RULES 2021

3. GOLDEN AGE OF CYBERCRIME – GLOBAL & INDIAN TRENDS

1
COVID-19 – The golden age of Cybercrime

4. RANSOMWARE - CYBER APPROACHES AND CII PROTECTION

1
Cyber Extortion & Ransomware
2
Ransomware and related perspectives
3
Ransomware As A Cybercrime
4
Ransomware frauds
5
Your Response To A Ransomware Attack

5. AADHAR ECOSYSTEM - ITS REGULATION AND DATA PROTECTION IN INDIA

1
The Aadhaar (Targeted Delivery of Financial and Other Subsidies, Benefits and Services) Act, 2016
2
Supreme Court on Aadhaar
3
Aadhaar and Other Laws (Amendment) Act, 2019
4
Data protection and Cyberlaw
5
Data protection provisions under the Indian Cyberlaw
6
Justice B. N. Srikrishna Committee and data protection
7
Covid-19 learnings on data protection
8
Data localization – International and Indian Position
9
Jurisdiction under the Indian Cyberlaw
10
Big Data & Data Protection
11
Data Protection as an essential element
12
Data protection & IoT
13
Data Protection on the Darknet
14
Data Protection in AI
15
Applicability of existing data protection laws in AI

6. GLOBAL APPROACHES ON CYBER SECURITY REGULATION - DATA LOCALIZATION AND PRIVACY RELATED LAWS IN INDIA

1
Applicability of Existing Privacy Law & AI
2
Areas of Cybersecurity Law Jurisprudence
3
Blockchain and privacy
4
Budapest Convention
5
California Internet of Things Cyber Security Law – Dawn of a New Era
6
Cyber Law and Cybersecurity Law
7
Cybersecurity Law in Different Countries
8
Difficulties in privacy protection
9
Emerging Trends in Cyber Security Law Pre
10
European Cyber Security Framework – Scope
11
Germany Cybersecurity Law
12
How IoT impacts your privacy
13
Internet of Things and Privacy
14
Justice Puttaswamy judgment and Right to Privacy in Electronic Ecosystem
15
Mobile application and digital privacy
16
National cyber security policies and their impact
17
Need to balance existing privacy legislations with AI
18
New York Cyber Security Policy – Positives
19
New York Cyber Security Regulations – Pathbreaking and Impactful
20
Personal privacy & Data privacy as essential elements
21
Privacy & AI
22
Privacy challenges on Internet of Things
23
Privacy Issues
24
Privacy Norm & Their Incorporation in AI
25
Privacy on Darknet
26
Privacy under Indian Cyberlaw
27
Privacy Violation by AI
28
South Carolina Insurance Cyber Security Law – Salient Features
29
The Emerging Discipline of Cybersecurity Law
30
Violation of Online Privacy

7. PRIVACY & CRYPTO ECOSYSTEM AND REGULATION

1
Belarus crypto-currencies law
2
Blockchain and privacy
3
Crypto & Darknet Cybercrime
4
Cryptocurrencies on Darknet
5
Internet of Things
6
Metaverse Privacy
7
National laws on regulating Blockchains, Bitcoins, crypto-assets and crypto-currencies
8
Personal privacy & Data privacy as essential elements
9
Privacy challenges on IoT
10
Privacy under Indian Cyberlaw
11
Questions regarding IoT Privacy

8. EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES (AI - BLOCKCHAIN - IOT) & THEIR IMPACT ON GOVERNANCE PROCESSES IN INDIA – ISSUES & CHALLENGES

1
Additional cybersecurity risks to blockchain
2
AI as a legal entity
3
Applicability of existing data protection laws in AI
4
Applicability of legal person parameters to Artificial Intelligence
5
Artificial intelligence & cybersecurity
6
Blockchain & Cyber Legal Challenges
7
Blockchain and cybersecurity
8
Blockchain legislations in United States
9
California Internet of Things law
10
Challenges of cybersecurity for blockchain
11
China’s AI Governance Principles
12
China’s Judgment on AI Written Articles Being Copyright Protected
13
Clarifications regarding interpretation of California IOT law
14
Data Protection in AI
15
Delaware Law on Blockchain
16
Disclosure of the Use of Artificial Intelligence Analysis
17
Discretions to Employees Using Artificial Intelligence
18
Duty to Explain Artificial Intelligence Working
19
Existing Cyberlaws and Blockchain
20
Grey Areas Of Illinoi Artificial Intelligence Law
21
Internet of Things and professionals
22
Introduction to China’s AI Governance Principles
23
Is Blockchain Legal
24
Legal definition of Artificial Intelligence in Nevada
25
Legalitiy of blockchain contracts
26
Legality of blockchain, ledger and entry
27
Malta’s blockchain laws
28
Malta’s innovative technology
29
Need for Broad Legal AI Framework
30
Need For Legally Defining Artificial Intelligence
31
Need for new legal framework on blockchain
32
Need to balance existing privacy legislations with AI
33
Nevada law defining blockchain
34
New Artificial Intelligence Law on Recruitment
35
Obtaining Prior Consent For Being Evaluated by Artificial Intelligence
36
Other Deficiencies Of Illinoi Artificial intelligence Law
37
Position Of Illinoi Artificial Intelligence Law
38
Preamble of Illinoi Artificial Intelligence Law
39
Responsibility for Keeping AI Secure
40
Significance Of White House Artificial Intelligence Principles 2020
41
Treating of AI as a legal entity
42
Trustless trust in blockchain contracts
43
US Legal Definition of Artificial Intelligence
44
White House Artificial Intelligence Principles 2020

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