About World Cyber Security Forum
World Cyber Security Forum (WCSF) is an internationally renowned cyber consultancy and web community that improves cybersecurity awareness and acts as a source of techno-legal information for professionals, students and teenagers around the world.
On 1st April 2020, World Cyber Security Forum launched Cybercrime Awareness 2020 program, which is a global initiative to support emerging trends in cyber law, cybercrime and cyber security. Increasing the level of cyber awareness through education and training can be an effective way to encourage the adoption of security tools, which leads to safer use of technology.
The objective of the symposium series (World Cyber Security Forum) is to educate people about the importance of emerging Cyber Crimes and Information Technology in the digital age.
About Think India, Chandigarh
Think India is a pan India forum of students from premier institutes like IIT, IIM, and NLU’s and other premier institutes in the various field of academia. It is an initiative to bring together the best talents of the country and to infuse in them a ‘Nation First’ attitude along with intellectual spirit.
Think India Chandigarh works with professionals of, and provides internship in, the following fields- Social work, Legal, Policy Think Tanks, Parliamentarians and also Research Assistantship with Indian Member of UN International Law Commission. The Chandigarh Chapter of Think INDIA has completed one year and has successfully organized number of Legal workshops, VIDHI vichar legal lecture series, Legal Internship programs and much more.
Series of Symposium on “Emerging crimes & issues pursuant to IT Laws in India”
The main idea of symposium series “Emerging crimes & issues pursuant to IT Laws in India” is to provide the practical approach in terms of emerging cybercrimes and cyber laws. As the technology is evolving rapidly, so human beings are & during this expedition all are facing a lot of obstacles in all senses. This series aims to aware the society to think & to narrate their experiences in context to the crimes they have faced till date.
- “DIGITAL EVIDENCE – It’s importance and relevance” by Adv. Akhilesh Vyas (Advocate, Punjab and Haryana High Court ) on 4th October, 2020 at 6:00 pm.
- “The Psychology of Cyber Crimes” by Ms. Krupa Nishar (Assistant Professor, National Forensic Sciences University, Gujarat) on 5th October, 2020 at 6:00 pm.
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- Seats are limited; once all the slots are full registration will be closed.
- Registration Fees: No registration fee.
- Participation certificate will be provided to all the attendees.
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