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SHORT TERM AWARENESS COURSE ON CYBER CRIMES by World Cyber Security Forum; Register by15th September

by Ajshal
WCSF

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. Our organization offers a blend of original content from IT professionals, peer-to-peer advice from the largest community of IT leaders, and an extensive library of professional resources from leading IT industry vendors. We are sharing Cybersecurity expert guidance and insight, in-depth analysis, and news. As a dedicated cybersecurity platform, WCSF has been catering unbiased information to security professionals, on the countless security challenges that they come across every day.

Short Term Awareness Course on Cyber Crimes

The Short-Term Course on Cyber Security is a part of WCSF’s Cyber Awareness program 2021 which is a global initiative to support emerging trends in cyberlaw, 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 a safer use of technology.
This course aims to educate people about the importance of the Cyber domain and Information Technology in the digital age. As technology is evolving rapidly, so human beings are & during this expedition all are facing a lot of obstacles in all senses. This course will provide basic grounding in concepts such as cybercrime, digital privacy, online fraud and cyber forensics.

Sessions
? “What are Cyber Crimes” by Adv. Megha Ahuja (Program Head, WCSF) on 17th September 2021.
? “Cyber Terrorism, Online Fraud and Digital Privacy ” by Prof. Sizwe Lindelo Snail Mtuze (Managing Director, Snail Attorneys at Law) on 18th September 2021.
? “Cyber Forensics and Investigation” by Mr Mahipal Singh Sankhla (Assistant Professor, Vivekananda Global University) on 19th September 2021.

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Registration Details

? For Registration, please fill the google form: Click Here.
? Seats are limited; once all the slots are full, registration will be closed.
? Registration Fees: No registration fee.
? A participation certificate will be provided to all the attendees.

EXPECTATIONS

The theme aims to offer a reflection on the medico-legal issues. The theme also seeks to deepen the
intellectual roots by exploring the possibilities and research areas in the legal areas of the medical field.
It does not confine the term ethics to be only applicable in cases of medical negligence but also looks
into a broad sense and takes into consideration the evolving field of medical science as well as the areas
which deals with emerging trends in health care, medications, types of therapies etc. It also aims to the
role of forensic science in the field of the criminal justice system. The targeted group for the call includes
professionals from the legal and medical fields, judges academicians legal practitioners research scholars and
students. The work of the author(s) must represent a new idea or contribution to the jurisprudence of
the topic. Arguments must be logical and backed by facts.

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Contact Details

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