The ICFAI University, Dehradun, Uttarakhand (hereinafter referred to as the University) was established under the ICFAI University Act 2003 (Act No.16 of 2003) passed by the Uttaranchal Legislative Assembly and assented to by the Governor on July 08, 2003.
The Bar Council of India has accorded its approval for imparting three years and five years Law Courses at ICFAI University, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, and award degrees in law.
About the Webinar
Cybercrime is arising as a serious peril in India as a social problem. Today’s generation is ineluctable penetration in computer technology and communication which is one on the path for growing generations. As the technology grows affixes to it, cybercrime increases in order to derive the greatest benefit from it. In cybercrime investigation, certain special skills and scientific tools are required without which investigation is not possible.
The Indian legal system introduced certain special provisions while investigating cybercrime. The Information Technology Act, 2000 has bound to amend certain provisions of the Criminal Procedure Code and the Evidence Act. Along with this, the certain new regulation has been enacted by the Indian legal system to meet with the need of cybercrime investigation.
The ICFAI Law School, ICFAI University, Dehradun is organizing a webinar on Cyber Crime Investigation on May 13, 2020, at 4:00 pm to acquaint with the need for cybercrime investigation and the regulations enacted for the same.
Cyber Law: Cyber Crime Investigation
Who can Attend?
Professionals and students of Legal Fraternity.
About the Speaker
Dr. A. Nagarathna: Associate Professor of Law and Chief Coordinator of Advanced Center on Research Development & Training in Cyber Law and Forensics, National Law School of India University, Bengaluru.
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