Webinar | COVID-19: Rise of Cyber Crime and Compliance of Cyber Law

By | May 7, 2020
Webinar COVID-19 Rise of Cyber Crime and Compliance of Cyber Integral University

Faculty of Law, Integral University in association with Cyber Safe Space India is organizing a Webinar | COVID-19: Rise of Cyber Crime and Compliance of Cyber Law in the present times of COVID 19 to address the pertinent issues related to it.

The COVID-19 pandemic is creating significant health, social, economic, and educational challenges worldwide; which has led to many changes; one of which is the educational activities going online, from lecture halls to screen. Faculty of Law, Integral University in line with the belief of academic excellence takes this pandemic situation to reform and reflect. There has Pandora’s Box of Legal Problems, in which Cyber Security has become a concerning issue.

Theme of Webinar

COVID-19: Rise of Cyber Crime and Compliance of Cyber Law

About the Theme

Cyber Crime is perhaps the most complicated problem in the cyber world. The term “Cyber Crime” has nowhere been defined in any statute or Act passed or enacted by the Indian Parliament. The increasing access to and continued use of technology has radically impacted the way in which people communicate and conduct their daily lives. The internet connects people and companies from opposite sides of the world fast, easily. Nevertheless, the internet and computer can pose some threats which can have a disparaging impact on civilizations. Cybercrime is a hazard against organizations and people who are connected to the internet.

Date and Time

11:00 AM, May 09, 2020

Speaker

Mr. Ayush Saran Advocate, High Court of Allahabad Certified Internet Crime Investigator

Registrations Closed

Last Date for Registration: May 08, 2020, 02:00 PM IST.

Audience

Academicians, Lawyers, Members of Civil Societies, Students of all Streams, and others.

Contact | Webinar on COVID-19: Rise of Cyber Crime and Compliance of Cyber Law

Email: [email protected]

About the Integral University

The Faculty of Law, Integral University well-understands that lawyers in any occupational setting or on any career trajectory need to master a range of skills and abilities to be successful.  Lawyers must have command of both varied substantive areas of the law as well as the ability to reason. Therefore, our continued aim has been to ensure that our students have the ability and the opportunity to enter the profession with skills, professionalism, and confidence to succeed. Our courses are structured, mindful of overarching learning educational objectives for both the classroom and practical component.

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