The consultation paper on Cyber-Dependent Crimes and Jurisdictional Issues was published by the Cybercrime Sub-committee of the Law Reform Commission on July 20, 2022.
The purpose of the consultation paper is to make preliminary proposals for law reform on addressing the issues of the protection of individuals’ rights as well as the criminal activities carried out by the rapid developments of information technology, the computer and the internet.
This consultation is affecting our future view in CyberSecurity area. The proposed five cyber-dependent crimes mentioned in the paper will definitely impacts all of us including CyberSecurity practitioners and even IT practitioners.
Thus, Cloud Security Alliance Hong Kong & Macau Chapter is working with HKU Computer Science Department, as well as Information Security and Forensics Society (https://www.isfs.org.hk), Hong Kong Computer Society (https://www.hkcs.org.hk) and other IT organisations to jointly organise a Tech Forum to discuss on the topic.
Online Discussion will be held on September 14, 2022:
DATE: September 14, 2022 (Wednesday)
TIME: 18:30 – 20:30 (HK Time)
FORMAT: Online Zoom
TOPIC: HKU-CS Online Tech Forum and Discussion: the Consultation Paper on Cyber-Dependent Crimes and Jurisdictional Issues
- Opening Remarks
- Brief Introduction – The Purpose Of This Forum
- Brief Introduction – The Consultation Paper
- Q&A Session
- Closing Remarks
Free registration at https://forms.gle/eJtEsxGZkrMPFQ5HA