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Who should Attend?
The new Rule tackles issues that affect not only large service providers but private companies and operators of any kind of network. It allows victims access to remedies and investigative tools available under the Act but have remained dormant because there were no enabling rules to guide judges. The Rule will no doubt have a permanent impact on the landscape for cybercrime investigations, law enforcement and prosecution.
Information Security Officers
Human Resources Practitioners
Data Privacy and Compliance Officers
In-House Counsel and Legal Affairs
What Can be Learned?
Join us in this Forum to learn about the legal and technical aspects of cybercrime investigations. The Forum will take a multi-disciplinary approach to better understand cybercrimes; the nuances of conducting an investigation and building up a case.
Forms of cybercrimes and tools used to commit them
Technical challenges facing information security experts and service provider
Legal and technical aspects of search and seizure
Best practices in preserving information and handling the testimonial aspects arising from evidence