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Cyber Security Master Class

2 Power-Packed Sessions of Holistic and Practical Learning in Cyber Security

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Become a Cyber Expert

In 2022, cybercrime surged with a staggering 65,983 reported cases, showcasing a significant increase from the previous year. This sharp rise underscores the imperative to bolster our legal frameworks under the IPC & IT Act, addressing a wide spectrum of cyber offences ranging from fraud to ransomware. Telangana emerges as a frontrunner with a striking cybercrime rate of 40.4, followed by Karnataka (18.6) & Maharashtra (6.6).

In 2023, Delhi lead the charge with an alarming 755 cases per 100,000 people, trailed closely by Chandigarh (432), Haryana (381), and Telangana (261), spotlighting the pervasive nature of cyber threats in our digital landscape.

Since 2019, concerted efforts have led to over 3.26 million complaints resulting in 66,000 FIRs, with an impressive recovery rate of ₹1,127 crore between 2021-2023, showcasing the efficacy of collaborative approaches in combating cybercrime.

Notable law enforcement strides include digitising 99.9% of police stations under CCTNS, streamlining 289 million records, and integrating 10,580,266 into the National Automated Fingerprint Identification System.

In 2023 alone, telecom security witnessed a boost with the blocking of 46,000 IMEI numbers, and Section 69A empowered the blocking of 2,810 websites and 595 apps, safeguarding economic and national interests.

Leading banks in India actively combat fraudulent activities by swiftly blocking thousands of accounts. IndusInd: 40,000 bank accounts blocked last month; PNB: 5,000 in Dec; IDFC: 16,000 in Dec; HDFC: 90,000 blocked in 8 months.

These proactive measures contribute significantly to curbing cyber fraud and ensuring the security of financial transactions. However, challenges persist, particularly in states like Jharkhand, Bihar, and West Bengal, where they account for 35% of cyber fraud cases.

We can combat cybercrime effectively with the right measures and processes. Cyberlaw offers you the opportunities to engage in governance and security, safeguard digital rights, combat cybercrimes, and shape the future of law enforcement and private sectors. 

About the Speaker

Adv. Chaitanya Bhandari
Director of Asian School of Cyber Law for Dhule, Nasik, Jalgaon & Nandurbar branch.
Advocate | Author | Cyber-Crime Expert | Founder – Cyber Awareness Foundation | Public Speaker

He has successfully delivered lectures to more than 50 Lakhs of Police officers, Judges, Lawyers, Chartered Accountants, Professors, Students, and many other private organisations. 

In 2020 he was awarded the Rashtriya Shiksha Ratna Award by MVLA Trust, Mumbai. In the year 2021, he was awarded as Cyber Champion award by CRCIDF & Telangana police department and he has also been nominated for the Lex-Falcon Award for the year 2022 in Dubai.

Join us for a transformative journey into the dynamic realm of Cyber Law with our distinguished guest speaker, the “Cyber Champion Award” winner Adv. Chaitanya Bhandari. 



Session 1

Session 1: April 5th @ 5 PM

  • Machine Learning & AI: Explore the integration of Machine Learning and AI in the legal realm, deciphering their impact and applications.
  • Best Practices: Delve into cutting-edge best practices to ensure robust cyber legality and compliance frameworks.

Cyber Crimes in Day-to-Day Life: Analyse prevalent cyber crimes encountered in everyday scenarios, understanding their intricacies and repercussions.

Session 2

Session 2: April 6th @ 5 PM

  • Most Relevant Sections & Regulations: Navigate through pivotal sections and regulations governing Cyber Law, ensuring comprehensive compliance and legal clarity.

Question & Answer Round: Engage in an interactive Q&A session with Adv. Chaitanya Bhandari, addressing pressing queries and fostering insightful discussions.


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