National Law University organized International Conference on Emerging Issues and Challenges Relating to Cyber Laws & Forensics at Shimla 

The Himachal Pradesh National Law University and its Centers for Cyber Laws and Security
(CCLS) and Criminology and Forensic Science (CCFS) organized International Conference on
Emerging Issues and Challenges Relating to Cyber Laws and Cyber Forensics. The International
The conference was organized under the leadership of the Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Prof. (Dr.)
Nishtha Jaswal at the University. The Conference aimed to examine and analyze the emerging
issues relating to cyber law, cyber forensics, cybercrime, and cyber security. Various researchers,
academicians, legal practitioners, and industry professionals across India participated in this
platform to identify the issues involved in the cyber law sector and its interface. The Conference
was organized in a blended mode in which the inaugural was held at the University while
participants presented their papers online.
The chief guest Mr. Sanjay Kundu, IPS, DGP, Himachal Pradesh delivered the Keynote address
and talked about present architecture to deal with cyber crimes and recommended enhanced
punishment and establishment of special courts and cyber crime coordination centers in each
Dr. K.P. Singh, IPS, Former DGP, Haryana addressed the gathering and expressed a need for
cyber police stations on the lines of police stations manned by cyber-trained officers.
Mr. Shilohu Rao, General Manager, NeGD Digital India Program and guest of honor talked
about challenges faced in digital evidence in Court and said that the police, the judge and the
the prosecution should be trained and have knowledge for the same.
Dr. Ingrid Vasiliu – Feltes, Founder and CEO, Institute of SEI and guest of honor was present
virtually for the Conference and her speech was on law, society and economy in relation to chat
GPT and how this AI had gained 1.16 billion users worldwide.
Prof. (Dr.) Nishtha Jaswal, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor of HPNLU gave the inaugural address and
urged people to use the utilities of internet without becoming slave of the virtual world.
More than a hundred participants submitted and presented papers on various aspects of cyber law
and cyber forensics from across various States in India.The presenters deliberated on various
aspects of cyber forensics through their research papers in eight technical sessions.
Dr. Grijesh Shukla, Director of CCFS and Dr. Shaifali Dixit, Director of CCLS organized the
event. The inaugural closed with a vote of thanks by Prof (Dr.) S.S. Jaswal Registrar, Himachal
Pradesh National Law University.

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