Lexlawgical and Centre for Cyber Juridical Studies are esteemed to announce the ‘Manipal Conference on Law and Cyber World 2021’.
About the Organizers
School of Law, MUJ: The School of Law is committed to the evolution of law as an instrument of social change, efforts are being made to expose students to practical realities.
‘Lexlawgical’, an insignia of law in its logical form, is a society of law students constituted under the School of Law, Manipal University Jaipur (MUJ).
Centre for Cyber Juridical Studies (CCJS) at School of Law, Manipal University Jaipur focuses on empirical research and awareness in the field of Information Technology Law to help the stakeholders of the cyber field to address immense issues.
About the Conference
The conference aims at discussing and enlightening the emerging trends in the cyber world. This conference was conceived after analyzing the increase in the prevalence of cybercrime attacks on business organizations, government infrastructures, and individuals. In fact, Cyber Security is becoming an increasingly central facet of national security strategy. Both the private and public sectors are relying on cybersecurity professionals to keep personal and professional information safe.
There are a lot of people working collectively in the field of Cyber Law and Security, finding out and diving deep into the ocean of cyber and its related threats and security. The conference will also include keynote lectures and panel discussions by eminent speakers and industry people from different areas.
Manipal Conference on Law and Cyber World is open to all the students across the world.
Details of the Conference
Dates: 30th April 2021
Timings: 12:00pm to 4:00pm
Last date to register: 29th April 2021
To register click here: https://tinyurl.com/583a5zm6
Registration Fees: Free of Cost
Certificates will be provided to participants who will attend the full session only.
Student Convenor: Raj Singh+91 70147 58550
Mansi Sharma: 9636571375
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