The Mobile Revolution – Mobile Law is the topic for this years Cyber Law Conference in Midrand on the 1st and 2nd November 2011.
Why should you attend this conference?
Mobile Law is the new law of the coming decade. In this field of discipline, various complicated and complex legal issues will continue to arise. These issues will relate not just to the production, manufacture, sale, marketing, distribution and related activities pertaining to mobile handsets and mobile devices as also mobile platforms, but would also incorporate therein, all issues pertaining to data and information in the electronic form that is resident on these mobile devices or is transmitted, sent or received, preserved or retained in the said Mobile devices and mobile platforms. In this scenario, it is but natural that the mobile industry would need the enabling support of legislative and legal frameworks. These frameworks are critical to further give a boost to the constantly growing graph of growth, prosperity and adoption of mobiles and mobile devices amongst the population.
Who should attend?
- Directors (executive and non-executive, CEOs and FDs) – to discharge their legal duties and direct the course of the organisation
- CIOs and ICT Managers – to balance access to information and protection of personal information
- ICT Governance officers and specialists – to govern ICT
- Compliance officers – to effectively comply with ICT laws
- Consultants – to advise and provide solutions on ICT related issues
- Legal advisors (corporate lawyers or in-house lawyers) – to provide good legal advice on ICT issues
- Attorneys and advocates – to provide good legal advice on ICT issues
- Law enforcement agencies – to enforce ICT law
- Magistrates -to be up-to-date
- Local Government & Government Agencies
- Academics and Prosecutors.
The Solaris Room, Bytes Conference Centre, Bytes Business Park, Block C
241 Third Road, Halfway Gardens, Midrand, SOUTH AFRICA
The conference fees are R4500 per person, but there are group discounts available, namely register 5 for the price of 4 (R18,000) or register 10 and only pay for 7.