National Seminar on Cyber Crime and Cyber Warfare

@ Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad [Feb 1, 2020]:

Submit by 19 Dec 2019


ABOUT THE ORGANIZER

Symbiosis Law school, Hyderabad which was established in the year 2014 is a constituent of Symbiosis International [Deemed University], Pune. The concept of ‘Symbiosis’ is the brainchild of Dr.S.B.Mujumdar (Chancellor Symbiosis International [Deemed University]) and is nurtured on the principles of vedic thought ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ which means ‘World as One Family’.

Symbiosis Law School (SLS) Hyderabad is established inheriting splendid novelty, dynamism and excellence in education of Symbiosis International University, Pune.

Centre for Specialisation in Cyber Law Studies (CSCLS) is an in-house Centre established to research on different aspects of cyber law. The Centre intends to educate and spread awareness in Society by conducting various events and capsule courses.

ABOUT THE SEMINAR

Symbiosis Law School (SLS) Hyderabad is organizing a one-day National Seminar on Cyber Crime and Cyber Warfare on 1st February 2020.

OBJECTIVE OF THE SEMINAR

The risks and threats related to cyber space is real and needs utmost security. Cyber security is not simply a clear-cut technical issue. It is a strategic, political, and social phenomenon with all the accompanying messy nuances. Therefore, cyber reality must be examined with a scientific rigor by all disciplines, enabling an informed public debate. It is both morally essential and rationally effective for the responses to be formulated through a democratic process.

  • The objective of the seminar is to discuss and deliberate on this major issue and to understand aspects and dynamics of the same.
  • The outcome of the Seminar would facilitate the organizers, participants and other stakeholders to make legislative and policy interventions to bring about positive social and legal transformation.
  • This Seminar would also provide an excellent opportunity for the participants to put across their own views and exchange ideas in order to have a holistic understanding of the subject matter.

CALL FOR PAPERS

Well researched papers are invited from academicians, Professionals, Teachers, Research scholars and students. The papers should be the author’s original work and should not be the repetition of any published work.

THEME

The major theme of this Seminar is ‘Cyber Crime and Cyber Warfare’. The related sub-themes include, however are not limited to:

  1. Crime against Government in Cyber world
  2. Crimes on Internet
  3. Cyber Forensics & Electronic Evidence
  4. Challenges to Cyber Crime Investigations
  5. Militarization and Extremism in Cyber Space
  6. Cyber Security Laws and Policies in India
  7. Need for International Laws and Bodies on Cyber Security

The list of sub-themes mentioned above is only subjective and not exhaustive. The papers can be submitted related to the broad areas of the theme of the Seminar.

*The Submissions will be subjected to Plagiarism check.

REGISTRATION FEE

Once the Abstract is selected, participants will be sent a registration link via e-mail.

  • Students/ Research Scholars – 1000,

Co- Author – 1500 (Author + Co-author)

  • Academicians/Professionals/Teachers – 1500,

Co- Author – 2000 (Author + Co-Author)

*The amount is inclusive of GST,

The amount paid shall include: Breakfast, Lunch, High tea

ACCOMMODATION

Participants in need of accommodation can contact or send an email. Accommodation shall be provided to the participants with separate charge subject to availability

IMPORTANT DATES

  • Abstract Submission: 19 December 2019
  • Approved Abstract Notification: 20 December 2019
  • Last date of Registration: 25 January 2020
  • Submission of Complete Papers: 15 January 2020
  • Date of Seminar – 1 February 2020

E-mail: cscls@slsh.edu.in

Convenor: Pankaj Umbarkar, Faculty-in-charge, Centre for Specialisation in Cyber Law Studies

Member Coordinators:

  • K.S. Aravind: 9497811086
  • Anandapadmanabhan V.P: 9944989488
  • Akash Sai: 7799625677

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