Asian School of Cyber Laws

The best cyber courses since 1999.

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  • 17 countries
  • 75,000+ students
  • 20 years

Indian Achievements


  • We have assisted the Government of India in framing draft rules and regulations under the Information Technology Act and drafting model rules for the functioning of Cyber Cafes and drafting the Information Age Crimes Act.

  • We have assisted the Controller of Certifying Authorities in drafting regulations relating to the recognition of foreign certifying authorities.

  • A public interest litigation filed by our students led to the appointment of Adjudicating Officers to decide the fate of cyber crime cases.

  • We have also provided academic support to the National Consultation meeting on Enforcement of Cyber Law held at New Delhi on 31st January 2010. This meeting was organized by National Project Committee on Enforcement of Cyber Law (Supreme Court of India) in association with Cyber Appellate Tribunal, Ministry of Communication & Information Technology, Department of Information Technology, Government of India and National Legal Services Authority (NALSA).

  • We have assisted the Indian Army, various branches of the Indian police and the Central Bureau of Investigation in matters relating to cyber investigation.

Other Achievements


  • Thousands of students have benefitted from our free online programs in cyberlaw, intellectual property law, and Data Privacy Law in India.

  • We have conducted free "Cyber Smart" seminars and workshops for thousands of school children.

  • We developed the world’s smallest cyber crime investigation device code-named pCHIP.

  • We conducted the world's first online moot court in 2002 adjudged by Hon'ble Ranganath Misra ex-chief Justice of Supreme Court of India, ex-National Human Rights Commission Chairman and ex-Rajya Sabha member.

  • We drafted the compromis, for the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, 2002 (USA).

Global Achievements


Publications


  • Law enforcement personnel in India and abroad extensively use our Cyber Crime Investigation Manual. This was one of the first of its kind manuals in the world. Times of India (the world's largest selling English newspaper) has referred to it as a bible for Cyber Crime Investigators.

  • We have published the first-of-its-kind Commentary on the Information Technology Act.

  • One of the first papers in the world that defined the term cyber terrorism was presented by us at the World Congress For Informatics And Law II held in Madrid, Spain in 2002. The Honorary President of the World Congress was His Royal Highness the Prínce of Asturias.

Global footprint

Global footprint

We have conducted training programs for Governments, Police and Corporate sponsored professionals from China, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malaysia, Mauritius, Nepal, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, UAE, UK, USA.

Asian School of Cyber Laws