THE INAUGURAL INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON CYBER SAFETY, CYBER SECURITY, CYBER CRIME & CYBER LAW24-25 AUGUST 2017 AT AVIATOR HOTEL KEMPTON PARK, JOHANNESBURG

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THE 21st century Digital Challenge.
The technological advances have taken the world by storm over the past decade, witnessing the digital transformation as never before. This has given rise to the industrialisation of a type of crime where the commodity –personal information moves far too quickly for conventional law enforcement methods to keep pace.The Cyber phenomenon certainly boggles our mind. Internet safety and security doesn’t just affect government, big business, and the banking sector and law enforcers. It is becoming an important concern for the average personal technology user. Many have very little understanding of the issues and even less knowledge of the technical solutions. It is in this background that the Bridge2Africa team have organised this Tech oriented International event to articulate areas of concern and appropriate solutions.The international Cyber Convention 2017 will provide a platform to deliberate on a legal model for the development of Cyber Space and Eradication of crime.The Cyber space evolves everyday .Somehow everyday we hear of alleged international cyber-attacks of great proportions. Cyber espionage somewhere is a Cyber risk everywhere. Many experts see an inevitable Cyber war.

 

Day1 Day1

  •  Cyber Security and Small and Medium companies – a critical evaluation.
  • The Cyber Security responsibilities of the Board of Directors of a company – the cyber buck stops at the top!
  • Cyber Security Public-Private Partnerships between the Public and Private sector.
  • Protecting the little guy- Cyber safety.
  • Cyber-crime, Cyber security and the future of internet.
  • Dealing with Cyber Crime- Challenges and solutions
  • Digital privacy and the 21st century
  • Internet Jurisdiction
  • Digital best practices models for reducing cyber crimes
  • Intermediary rights and liability & their duties of data repositories.
  • Cyber crime on social media
  • Cyber Diplomacy
  • Big Data and Cyber security-Legal risks and challenges.
  • The mind boggling game: Cyber warfare and Cyber peace.

           

Day2 Day2

  • Child safety and crimes against the innocent online.
  • Legal and Cyber security challenges-Dark hole or a new paradigm.
  • Round table discussion on Cyber law, Safety initiatives on cyber space.
  • Internet Governance – Breakthroughs and setbacks
  • Information sharing, Cyber security- Legal, policy and digital challenges.
  • Role of South Africa in influencing the global Cyber order.
  • Surveillance, interception and blocking
  • Cyber threats to consumers: online fraud
  • Safeguarding the Banking and financial sector
  • Digital innovations, Mobile games – safety
  • Ransomware, Malware and Botnets: criminal tendencies, crime tools and legalities.
  • Capacity building, Cyber security, professional training on related Cyber challenges.
  • Cyber Forensics and related legal issues
  • Globalisation of Cyber terrorism, Cyber Radicalisation and extremism.
  • Fraud management: Digital best practices for reducing crime.

SPEAKERS

Prof SH (Basie) von Solms

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Mr Sizwe Lindelo Snail ka Mtuze

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DR Kishor Krishnan Nair

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Professor Elmarie Kritzinger -

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Prof Bobby L Tait -

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