|9:00||9:30||Key Note Address 2||Ms. Bessie PANG
|9:30||11:00||Panel 5 “Collaborative Approaches to Internet Governance, Capacity Building, and Investigations.”
Training needs of LEAs in Cyber crime Investigation”.
Harikishore Kusumakar IPS, Dy. Dir., National Police Academy, Hyderabad
Emerging challenges and difficulties in Cyber crime Investigation in India- solutions
Venkatesh Murthy, Head, Cyber Labs, Data Security Council of India, Bangalore
Internet Governance & Capacity Building for Law Enforcement Agencies.
Frederick GAUDREAU, Captain, Officer in Charge, Technological Support Service, Criminal Investigation Directorate, Surete du Quebec (Quebec Provincial Police), Canada.
Panel Chair: Frederick Gaudreau, Captain, Officer in Charge, Technological Support Service, Criminal Investigation Directorate, Surete du Quebec (Quebec Provincial Police), Canada
||PANEL 6 “Disrupting Financial Crime and Organized Crime through Collaboration.”
Olukayode Oduney, Director, Economic Intelligence, Department of State Services, National Headquarters, NIGERIA.
Leonid Tymchenko, Ph.D., Deputy Head, Division for Combating Cybercrimes, Ukraine Ministry of Internal Affairs, UKRAINE.
EugeniuMoraru, Head of Center for Combating Cyber Crimes, Ministry of Internal Affairs, MOLDOVA.
Panel Chair: Raymond Velez, Regional Manager, Global Product Protection, Asia Pacific, Eli Lilly Asia, Inc., THAILAND; POLCYB
||PANEL 7–“Legal and Investigative Considerations for Collection and Use of Digital Evidence:.Case Studies and Lessons Learnt.”
"Prosecution of Trans-Border Cybercrime (a Case Study)."
Donn Hoffman, Deputy District Attorney, High Technology Crime Division, Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office, Los Angeles, U.S.A.; POLCYB Director
“Emerging case Law in Cyber crime prosecution”
Rakesh Agarwal IPS, IGP, Himachalpradesh.
“Digital Forensic- Best Practices, Open Source Tools, Digital Evidence & Admissibility in Courts.”
Sagar Rahurkar & Ninad Nawaghare, Fraud Risk Management, Mahindra Special Services Group, INDIA.
“Digital Crime &Forensics : How to set up and operate state of the art Digital Forensic Labs.”
Alok Gupta, Pyramid Cyber Security & Forensic, Ltd., INDIA.
Panel Chair: Donn Hoffman, Deputy District Attorney, High Technology Crime Division, Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office (L.A.D.A.’s Office), U.S.A.; POLCYB Director
||Olukayode ODUNEYE, Director - Economic Intelligence, Nigeria
||Use of Social Media data in Cybercrime Prevention and Response.
||Sudir AGGARWAL, Senior Director, Oracle
||Challenges and Response in Cybercrime Prosecution: Implications upon Law Reform in China.
||DAN Wei, Ph.D
||The work of LADA's Office in digital evidence training for prosecutors and investigators, and case studies on Financial Crime, Transnational Organized Crime, and Cybercrime against women and children
||Mr. Donn HOFFMAN
||Digital Forensic- Best Practices, Open Source Tools, Digital Evidence & Admissibility in Courts
||Adv. Sagar Rahurkar | Ninad Nawaghare (Mahindra Special Services Group)
||Ganapathi Subramaniam, Chief Security Officer, Microsoft Corporation India Pvt Ltd (Awaiting Confirmation)