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National Level Seminar On


We are pleased to inform you that NNSS’Samalkha Group of Institutions and Intense Forensic Services (IFS INDIA), New Delhi jointly organizing a National level seminar on Cyber Security “An Ignored World” on 14th December 2009, Monday at SGI Campus, Samalkha, Panipat, Haryana.

SGI and IFS INDIA have taken initiative to create awareness about cyber security and cyber forensics with the help of this seminar. Graduates, Forensic Sciences, IT, Engineering and MBA students, Faculties, Scientists, Lawyers and Experts all across the India are invited for the participation and paper presentation in the seminar.

Our motto and objective of this seminar is to create the awareness in young minds regarding cyber security and cyber forensics. This seminar is a platform to provide in depth knowledge about the emerging field. Our subject experts and experts from different part of cyber forensic organizations will be delivering the seminar.

Keeping this in view, we invite you to come and take part and make this event a success. Please find the program schedule and registration formalities attached with this letter. Feel free to contact us in case you have any doubts.


One Day

National Level Seminar





Cyber Forensics

The concepts of cyber security and cyber forensics are not only interrelated but also indispensably required for the success of each other. The former secures the ICT and e-governance base whereas the latter indicates the loopholes and limitations of the adopted measures to secure the base. The latter also becomes essential to punish the deviants so that a deterrent example can be set. There is, however, a problem regarding acquiring expertise in the latter aspect. This is so because though a computer can be secured even by a person with simple technical knowledge the ascertainment and preservation of the evidence is a tough task. For instance, one can install an anti-virus software, firewall, adjust security settings of the browser, etc but the same cannot be said about making a mirror copy of hard disk, extracting deleted files and documents, preserving logs of activities over internet, etc. Further one can understand the difficulty involved in the prosecution and presentation of a case before a court of law because it is very difficult to explain the evidence acquired to a not so techno savvy judge. The problem becomes more complicated in the absence of sufficient numbers of trained lawyers in this crucial field.

The Cyber Forensics has given new dimensions to the Criminal laws, especially the Evidence law. Electronic evidence and their collection and presentation have posed a challenge to the investigation agencies, prosecution agencies and judiciary. The scope of Cyber Forensics is no more confined to the investigation regime only but is expanding to other segments of justice administration system as well. The justice delivery system cannot afford to take the IT revolution lightly. The significance of cyber forensics emanates from this interface of justice delivery system with the Information Technology.

The need of Cyber Forensics

The growing use of IT has posed certain challenges before the justice delivery system that have to be met keeping in mind the contemporary IT revolution. The contemporary need of Cyber Forensics is essential for the following reasons:

(a) The traditional methods are inadequate: The law may be categorized as substantive and procedural. The substantive law fixes the liability whereas the procedural law provides the means and methods by which the substantive liability has to contended, analyzed and proved.

The procedural aspects providing for the guilt establishment provisions were always there but their interface with the IT has almost created a deadlock in investigative and adjudicative mechanisms. The challenges posed by IT are peculiar to contemporary society and so must be their solution. The traditional procedural mechanisms, including forensic science methods, are neither applicable nor appropriate for this situation. Thus, “cyber forensics” is the need of the hour. India is the 12th country in the world that has its own “Cyber law” (IT Act, 2000). However, most of the people of India, including lawyers, judges, professors, etc, are not aware about its existence and use. The traditional forensic methods like finger impressions, DNA testing, blood and other tests, etc play a limited role in this arena.

(b) The changing face of crimes and criminals: The use of Internet has changed the entire platform of crime, criminal and their prosecution. This process involves crimes like hacking, pornography, privacy violations, spamming, phishing, pharming, identity theft, cyber terrorisms, etc. The modus operendi is different that makes it very difficult to trace the culprits. This is because of the anonymous nature of Internet. Besides, certain sites are available that provides sufficient technological measures to maintain secrecy. Similarly, various sites openly provide hacking and other tools to assist commission of various cyber crimes. The Internet is boundary less and that makes the investigation and punishment very difficult. These objects of criminal law will become a distant reality till we have cyber forensics to tackle them.

(c) The need of comparison: There is a dire need to compare the traditional crimes and criminals with the crimes and criminal in the IT environment. More specifically, the following must be the parameters of this comparison:

(a) Nature of the crime

(b) Manner/Methods of commission of the crime,

(c) Purpose of the crime,

(d) Players involves in these crimes, etc.

Thus, Cyber Forensics is required to be used by the following players of criminal justice system:

(a) Investigation machinery- Statutory as well as non-statutory

(b) Prosecution machinery, and

(c) Adjudication machinery- Judicial, quasi-judicial or administrative.

(d) Jurisdictional dilemma: The Internet is not subject to any territorial limits and none can claim any jurisdiction over a particular incidence. Thus, at times there is conflict of laws. The best way is to use the tool of Cyber Forensics as a “preventive measure” rather than using it for “curative purposes”.



 1 Day Seminar

Date:- 14 December 2009       Timings: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM


10:00 to 11:00 Inauguration function
11:00 to 12:00 Chief Guests and Experts Presentation
12:00 to 01:00 SGI faculty presentation
01:00 to 02:00 Lunch/Refreshment
02:00 to 04:00 Guest faculty presentation and Students Presentation
04:00 to 05:00 Closing ceremony and Prize distribution



Topics for Paper and Poster Presentation-

Cyber Forensics, Cyber Crime, Cyber Law, Cyber Security, Network Security, Data Protection, Information Security, Cyber Crime Investigation, Cyber tools, Cell Phone Forensics, SIM Card Forensics, Electronic Document, Digital Signature, Wireless Technology, Computer Viruses, Secure Software Development, Data Recovery, eDiscovery, Digital Forensics, e-Commerce, Online Transaction, Web Security, Digital Evidences, Chain of Custody, Incident Response, Legal Issues, Hacking, Expert Witness, Digital Crime Scene and other topics from allied fields…



Samalkha Group of Institutions

01, SGI Campus, Hathwala Road, Samalkha,

Distt. Panipat, Haryana - 132115


Contact Numbers: 09871502343, 09996640280 & 09999609646

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(The Online Registration available from 08/12/2009 to 13/12/2009, the on-line registration will close on the evening of 13/12/2009, but on-site registration will also be available at the Seminar Registration Desk.)