Data Privacy, Digital Forensics and Cyber Investigations

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Date and Time:

September 14, 2021 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

September 15, 2021 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

September 16, 2021 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

September 17, 2021 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Event Location:

Online,India

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Description

Data privacy or information privacy is a branch of data security concerned with the proper handling of data – consent, notice, and regulatory obligations. Digital forensics is the use of specialized tools and techniques to investigate various forms of computer-oriented crime including fraud. A cybercrime investigator is primarily concerned with gathering evidence from digital systems that can be used in the prosecution of internet-based, or cyberspace, criminal activity.

Benefits of attending: 

  • Learn to produce evidence in the court, which can lead to the punishment of the culprit.
  • Learn how to capture important information if the computer systems are compromised.
  • Learn Ways of solving cybercrime
  • How to protect sensitive & Critical data

Who should attend: 

  • Internal & External Auditors
  • Chief Risk Officers
  • Chief Audit Executives
  • CFOs
  • Cybercrime Investigators
  • Fraud Examiners
  • Risk & Governance professionals

Thought Leaders:

  • Kartikeya Raman
    Director
    Grant Thornton Bharat LLP
  • Akshay Garkel
    Partner & Leader Cyber
    Grant Thornton Bharat LLP
     
  • Simrat Kaur
    Associate Partner
    LexOrbis

Brochure: DataPrivacy_V7

Event Timelines

14th September, 2021 11.00AM - 01.00PM

Session 1:
• Data Privacy
o Overview of the Bill
o Impact
 Enterprise
 Online Sites and Other Data Aggregators
 Financial Firms
o Personal Data Protection
 Defining personal data
 Protecting sensitive & Critical data
 Need for data protection officer

15th September, 2021 11.00AM - 01.00PM

Sessions 2:
• Legal Implications of India’s Data Protection & Privacy Bill
o Responsibilities for data protection
o Accountability for ensuring privacy
o Landmark cases and implications
o Exemptions under the bill - additions and removals

16th September, 2021 11.00AM - 01.00PM

Session 3:
• Digital Forensics
o Background and legal practices
 Introduction to the science of forensics
 The background of digital crime
 Case histories of real-life cases
 Standards of digital forensics
 The risks faced by organizations
o The digital forensics response framework
 The first responder digital forensics toolkit
 Scene of digital crime management
 The Secure Operations Centre (SOC)
 The CSIRT (Computer Security Incident Response Team)
 Roles and responsibilities
 Implementing a framework
 Case management

17th September, 2021 11.00AM - 01.00PM

Session 4:
• Redefining Cyber Crime
o Defining cybercrime
o Ways of solving cybercrime
o Sections which cover the implication
o Cyber Investigation
 Collecting and processing digital evidence
• Domain Name System (DNS)
• Extended security infrastructures
• Investigating mobile technologies
• Acquisition of digital evidence and artifacts
• Handling of digital evidence and artifacts
• Processing of digital evidence and artifacts
• Case management protocols
• Wireless protocols
• Supporting technologies
o Investigations of internal and external digital crimes
 OSINT (Open Source Intelligence)
 Its place in the digital forensic investigation
 Defining internal crimes
 Defining external crimes
 Child exploitation and investigations
 Malicious applications
 Ransomware
 Anti-forensics capabilities
 Digital forensics and terrorism

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