International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity (ICCC)Follow @infosec_events
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InfoSec Conference Summary
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“The aim of this event is to highlight and analyze the emerging cyber law, cybercrime and cybersecurity trends. It will provide an excellent forum from representatives from the central and state governments, law enforcement agencies, corporate sector, service providers, information and technology industry, as well as international organizations and distinguished thought leaders.
This is the only event of its kind in the world, which is looking at the intersection between cyberlaw, cybercrime, and cybersecurity; and connected legal, policy, regulatory, business, technical and other issues. The conference will have more than 50 sessions. There will be two plenary tracks on each day and parallel tracks each on cybersecurity, cyber law and cybercrime.
The international conference has been supported by more than 110 international and national organizations. These include UNESCO, Ministry of External Affairs, Ministry of Electronics and Information technology, Ministry of Law and Justice, UNU-EGOV, UNITAR, Council of Europe, Europol Cybercrime Centre, GFCE, Internet Society, Asia Cloud Computing Association, Smart Africa, ICCSL, Artificial Intelligence Law Hub, World Federation of Scientists, among others.
The event is being organized by Cyberlaws.Net. The convener of the conference is Dr. Pavan Duggal, Chairman, International Commission on Cyber Security Law and President, Cyberlaws.Net. Dr. Duggal has been acknowledged as one of the top four lawyers in the cyber world. He is the Chairman of the International Commission on Cyber Security Law and Chief Mentor at Blockchain Law Epicentre.
The conference will offer an excellent opportunity to network with decision-makers and influencers. It will help you understand:
- Key trends in cybercrime, cyberlaw, and cybersecurity
- Legal compliance obligations of your organization
- Identification of new emerging threats of cybersecurity breaches
- The initiatives of the government and police agencies
- How other corporates are addressing these issues
- The technology solutions and approaches that your organization should consider”