RANSOMWARE & LAW

The present course on Ransomware & Law seeks to provide a broad understanding of how ransomware as a phenomenon is constantly increasing and the various legal and policy ramifications thrown up by ransomware attacks. With every 11 seconds, one company in the world becomes a victim of ransomware attack, these figures are going to continuously […]

The present course on Ransomware & Law seeks to provide a broad understanding of how ransomware as a phenomenon is constantly increasing and the various legal and policy ramifications thrown up by ransomware attacks.

With every 11 seconds, one company in the world becomes a victim of ransomware attack, these figures are going to continuously keep on increasing. Hence, not just corporates but also organizations and individuals need to be prepared for ransomware attacks.

What are these ransomware attacks? What are the various kinds of ransomware attacks? What are the legal ramifications and challenges that are presented by ransomware attacks? These and variety of other aspects pertaining to ransomware, is what the present course seeks to cover.

This course is seeking to give you a bird’s eye view of the key important elements concerning ransomware attacks that you need to know in your professional life. The focus of this course is clearly to build capacity to fight the growing menace of ransomware as a predominant cyber security breach vector of today’s times.

Doing the present course will enable you to understand the current thrust areas of ransomware, how companies are being targeted, the potential losses that companies could be facing as a result of ransomware attacks and the need for keeping in mind the new legal issues that ransomware as a paradigm is beginning to bring forward.

This course would be of value to any stakeholder in the digital ecosystem who is concerned about cyber security and who wishes to understand about the growing paradigm of ransomware attacks and the connected legalities pertaining to ransomware.

RANSOMWARE & LAW

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Introduction
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Cyber security missing in cyberspace
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Data – new oil and cyber attacks
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Challenges in collection of incriminating electronic evidence
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Covid-19 legislations
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Major forms of ransomware
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Ransomware as malicious program
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Ransomware as phenomenon
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Ransomware and related perspectives
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Attribution and ransomware
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Growing incidents of ransomware
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Metaverse – The New Internet
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Digital divide, ransomware and cyber breaches
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Ransomware and Artificial Intelligence
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Ransomware and cyber disputes
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Impact of ransomware on data entities
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If your documents gets robbed by ransomware attacker, then how will one get to know that who has done it, and what are the legal steps that need to be taken?
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If a person is in India, and some other person from some other country, and he has engaged himself in an activity of cybercrime with a person situated in India, and the person needs to lodge a complaint, since there are no international laws regarding cybercrime what will be the legal remedy for the same?
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Many different countries are coming with their own laws regarding data security and cyberspace privacy, then it that case is it viable that different countries have different laws in such a globalized world as different countries have different interest and different prospects regarding their law. When we see that cybercrime is increasing because of people indulging more and more into the internet, then what is the minimalistic way of life in cyberspace will be good to be safe.
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Conclusion

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