Adopting Digital Safety in Social Distancing Times
Time: 11:30 AM to 01:00 P.M.
Brief about the program
Business operations – and lives – have changed drastically by the COVID- 19 outbreak. There has been a sudden shift to the remote working which has become a necessity considering the current crisis situation. With our homes becoming our offices, we are challenged by the new WFH order and rising cyber crime threats, particularly where businesses may not have a work from home policy in place. This program will provide you an insight on new security threats that are surfacing and how we need to safeguard ourselves and company data in the WFH scenario. It will provide useful insights for business owners to develop a robust WFH policy and revamp its cyber security policy framework.
Key Take Aways
- Learn the best practices required to safeguard
yourselves from cyber crime and adopt digital
- Get to know the common mistakes netizens make online and how to avoid those risks
- Do’s and don’ts of social media – best practices to avoid legal tangles.
- What is the existing legal framework in India applicable to cyberspace
- What are the available legal recourse in case an incident occurs
- Awareness on issues like identity theft, man in the middle attack, phishing , bullying , fake news, ransomware attacks etc. .
- Important judgments on issues such as privacy protection, freedom of speech etc.
- Real life case studies
Dr. Karnika Seth
- A Cyberlaw Expert & Adovacate, Supreme court of India
- Ph.D in Cyberlaws from Noida International University and LL.M from King’s College, University of London.
- Has delivered digital safety sessions at various international organisations such as UNICEF, ICMEC,IJM and national organisations such as MHRD,NCPCR, NIPCCD, NCW ,MEITY,Ministry of Women and Child welfare, GOI amongst others.
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