Call For Papers @ Cyber Law, Cyber Crime & Cyber Security(20th, 21st & 22nd November 2019)

By Shaivesh Kamra

Associate at Pavan Duggal Associates


The International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity 2019 is taking place on 20th, 21st & 22nd November 2019 at New Delhi, India. The International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity is being organized by Cyberlaws.Net and Pavan Duggal Associates, Advocates, Supreme Court of India.

It aims to examine and analyse the emerging Cyberlaw, Cybercrime and Cybersecurity trends of today’s times. Various international delegates and speakers will attend the International Conference as also representatives from the national Diaspora representing the stakeholders in the digital ecosystem and live web. These would include representatives from the Central Government & State Governments, various Ministries, Law Enforcement Agencies, Police, Business, Information Technology, Corporate Sector, Academicians, Scholars, Service Providers, International Organizations and distinguished thought leaders.

The International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity is currently being supported by more than 110+ international and national organizations.


Mr. Prem Kumar Duggal, Advocate was the leading inspirational force that encouraged the International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity. A brilliant and eloquent civil lawyer, his sharp mind was always open to new ideas. He inspired the Conference Director Dr. Pavan Duggal to visualize an international platform and connected ecosystem, where stakeholders could come and discuss about the latest cutting edge developments in cyberspace on a regular basis. Mr. Prem Kumar Duggal was the source of constant motivation in taking the International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity to the next level. His addresses at the conference every year were forceful, rousing, emphatic and stimulating, which acted as a source of constant encouragement for the conference.


  • Enable International and Indian Policy Makers, Government officials, Corporate thought leaders, and other Stakeholders to keep pace with the emerging issues in Cyber ecosystem;
  • Offers a 3 full-day conference with Interactive sessions from different experts across the globe;
  • Member participation will help in assessing the impact related to Cyber Law, Cyber Crime and CyberSecurity;
  • Conference to be addressed by more than 200 Speakers;
  • A wonderful opportunity for networking with the best minds in the cyber ecosystem and being part of an unparalleled, holistic, multi-disciplinary discussions and debate on critical issues concerning Cyberspace today under one roof.


Come & Explore the emerging trends in Cyber Law, Cyber Crime & Cyber Security;

  • Conference aims to provide an intellectually fertile platform for exchange of ideas, concepts, perspectives and opinions on cutting edge cyberspace ecosystem issues at a global level with more than 1100 people from Government leaders, representatives from Law Enforcement Agencies, Government bodies, Security Professionals, Lawyers, Jurists, Cybercrime Investigators, Corporate leaders from Public and Private Sector;
  • Gain Knowledge and Learn International BestPractices.

Research papers are invited from Scholars, Researchers, Practitioners, Academicians, Lawyers, Professionals and Students on any of the issues related to the list of topics to be covered in the conference, as mentioned below:-

  1. Cyberlaw 2019 & Beyond
  2. Cyber Security – Emerging Threats, New Breaches and Potential Future
  3. New Emerging Trends of Cybercrimes
  4. Regulating Artificial Intelligence – The Progress So Far And The Challenges Ahead
  5. Freedom of Speech Online – How Far, How Real?
  6. Internet of Things Regulation – Challenges & Opportunities
  7. 5G &Emerging Challenges in Cyberspace
  8. Crypto Assets and Crypto Currencies Regulation
  9. Emerging Trends on Cyber Sovereignty
  10. Protecting Intellectual Property Rights in Cyberspace – A Constant Challenge
  11. Balkanization of the Internet
  12. Liability In Artificial Intelligence Ecosystem
  13. Ramifications of Big Data Analytics for Cyber Ecosystem
  14. Cyber Terrorism &Cyber Radicalization,
  15. Challenges before Law Enforcement Agencies in Obtaining Cybercrime Convictions –Experiences Around the World
  16. Cybercrime Capacity Building
  17. Cyber Ethics in today’s cyberspace
  18. Cyber Education, Cyber Hygiene & Cyber Etiquettes – New Age Requirements
  19. Protecting Online Reputation
  20. Digital Identity, Its Preservation and Challenges
  21. Regulating Encryption – Building on Australian Experience
  22. Role of Industry and Public-Private Partnerships in cyberspace
  23. Cyber Security & Outer Space – Need for Regulation
  24. Regulation of Cyber Security – Emerging National Legislations
  25. Cyber Peace & Cyber War – Two Sides of the Same Coin
  26. Interception, Snooping & Monitoring – the New Age Governance Tools
  27. Cyber Resilience& Cyber Stability – Relevance & Topicality
  28. Cyber Security &Darknet
  29. Varied Applications of Blockchain& Their Potential Impact on Cyber Society
  30. Critical Information Infrastructure Under Attacks – Challenges & Approaches
  31. Fighting to Preserve Privacy Online
  32. Fake News – A Real Threat to Cyber Society or A Passing Fad?
  33. Social Media Misuse And Abuse
  34. Artificial Intelligence, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity Breaches
  35. Norms of Behaviour in Cyberspace – Developments So Far
  36. Jurisdictional Puzzle In Cyberspace
  37. Quantum Computing & Privacy – The Progress So Far & Challenges
  38. GDPR & Data Protection Regulations Post GDPR in Different Countries – Implementation & Impact
  39. Intermediaries & Data Repositories And Their Role in Developing Cyber Society & Cyber Norms
  40. Machine Learning- The Progress So Far and the Way Ahead
  41. Growing Menace of Darknet- Need for Regulation
  42. Digital Identity, Its Preservation and Challenges
  43. International Initiatives & National Approaches on Regulating Cybercrimes
  44. International Cyber Cooperation Mechanisms and Bilateral Agreements
  45. Cyber Bullying, Cyber Nuisance & Cyber Harassment in New Age Internet
  46. Protecting Children & Women in Cyberspace – The Building Blocks of the Next Generation Internet
  47. Attribution of Cyber Acts – The Progress So Far And The Challenges Ahead
  48. Self Regulation and International Best Practices concerning Cyberspace- Relevance and Impact
  49. Blockchain in Banking, Finance Services & Insurance (BFSI) Sector, preventing cyber frauds and financial losses – Achievements, Challenges & Potential
  50. International Cooperation on Cyber Security & Cyberspace Matters
  51. Cyber Security Safe Harbour For Companies in the Insurance Sector
  52. Cyber Disaster Management
  53. Cyber Citizenship
  54. Is International Law Really Applicable To Cyberspace?
  55. Internet of Things & Cyber Security Breaches – Opening Up of a Pandora’s Box

Authors of selected papers will be duly honoured. Joint authorship is permitted, subject to a maximum of one co-author.

Guidelines for Submission of Papers


The abstract must not exceed 250 words and should be accompanied by a cover page stating the following:

  • Sub-Theme
  • Title of the Paper
  • Name of the Author(s)
  • Course, Year of Study (if applicable)
  • Professional Position (if applicable)
  • Institution
  • E-mail Address
  • Postal Address, City/Country
  • Contact Number

Full Paper Submission

  • The paper must not exceed 5,000 words and should be accompanied by a cover page stating the following:
  • Sub-Theme
  • Title of the Paper
  • Name of the Author(s)
  • Course, Year of Study (if applicable)
  • Professional Position (if applicable)
  • Institution
  • E-mail Address
  • Postal Address, City/Country
  • Contact Number
  • Co-authorship of papers is permitted to a maximum of two authors.
  • All authors need to register separately.
  • Copy of the scanned Demand Draft/Net banking (Registration fees)


  • The main text should be in Times New Roman with font size 12 and line spacing of 1.5.
  • The footnotes should be in Times New Roman, font size 10 with a spacing of 1.0. One Inch margins should be maintained on all four sides.
  • Citation Style: Bluebook, 19thEdition.
  • The maximum length of the paper shall not exceed 5,000 words. (Including footnotes/endnotes/annexure/reportsetc.).
  • All submissions are to be made in Microsoft Word (.doc) format only.


Abstracts and the Full paper have to be emailed to the following:

Email Id: [email protected]


Deadline of Abstract Submission 05-10-2019
Last Date for receiving of Demand Draft/Net Banking05-10-2019
Deadline of Full Paper Submission15-10-2019
Date of conference20th to 22nd November, 2019


StudentsINR 3000
AcademiciansINR 4,000
Lawyers, Professionals and OthersINR 5,000


StudentsUSD 50
AcademiciansUSD 65
Lawyers, Professionals and OthersUSD 75

*Registration Fee can be paid via Net Banking/ Demand Draft


A/c no. 440256858

Demand DraftIN FAVOUR OF



  • Paper Co-authorship is permitted to a maximum of two authors.
  • All authors need to register separately for Call for Papers. The fee for Papers, once submitted, shall be non-refundable.
  • Authors of selected 5 papers will be invited to attend the conference on 21st and 22nd November, 2019, without any additional cost. In the event of selection of a co-authored paper, only one author will be invited.
  • Apart from authors of selected papers, other authors wishing to attend the Conference as registered delegates, can do so on discounted registration rates. (The conference shall not bear any expenses and arrangements, including travel, boarding and lodging of the participants)
  • Authors/co-authors of all papers will receive participation certificates.



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