ASCL introduces International Program in Cyber Laws+ course

Cyber law is the “law governing cyber space”. Some of the reasons for the importance of cyber law in today's highly digitalized world are:

+ Banking & stock trading have moved online.
+ Massive increase in E-commerce & online payments.
+ Surge in smartphone usage.
+ Even "non-cyber crime" cases, involve digital evidence.
+ Massive impact of Cybercrime.
+ Increase in Digital signatures usage.

The Information Technology Law imposes several obligations on corporates. Failure to comply may be penalized with fines, compensation and even imprisonment.

Non-compliance with the provisions of the data privacy law is penalized with a compensation / penalty and even imprisonment in some cases.

This course can be your stepping stone towards a great career in

+ Information Technology Law Compliance
+ Data Privacy Law Compliance
+ Drafting and Negotiating Technology Contracts.

International Cyber Law Experts are needed by most eCommerce companies, banks, insurance companies, IT companies, manufacturing companies, trading companies, law firms, BPOs, KPOs and more.

This course has 7 modules:

  1. Cyber Law (India)
  2. Data Privacy Law
  3. IT Law Compliance
  4. International Law on cyber crime
  5. US Law on cyber crime
  6. EU Law on cyber crime
  7. International E-commerce Law

Course Fees: Rs 22,500 for Indian residents. Foreign residents please email info@asianlaws.org for details.

Eligibility: Graduate in any discipline.

Duration: 365 days.

Score at least 70% to pass this course.

Become an expert in Cyber Forensics with the CFA+ course

Cyber Crime costs the world more than Rs. 57,000,000,000,000 every year. Companies and Governments need skilled digital forensic investigators to contain this US $ 114 billion annual cost.

As per Ministry of Human Resources Development estimates - India needs 2.5 lakh cyber experts and professionals to effectively tackle cyber crimes. (Source: Times of India Feb 10, 2011).

This course can be your stepping stone towards a great career in Information Security, Incident Response and Fraud Control.

Where is Digital Evidence found?

A Cyber Forensic Analyst is an expert at collecting and analysing digital evidence.

Digital evidence may be found in hard disks, cell phones, ipods, pen drives, digital cameras, CDs, DVDs, floppies (even today there are millions of floppy disks in use!!), computer networks, the Internet etc.

Digital evidence can be hidden in pictures (steganography), encrypted files, password protected files, deleted files, formatted hard disks, deleted emails, chat transcripts etc.

This course covers the following modules:

  1. Forensic Fundamentals
  2. Cyber Forensics Fundamentals
  3. Cyber Forensics - Best Practices, SOPs & Guidelines
  4. Cyber Forensic Case Files
  5. File Forensics
  6. Image Forensics
  7. Financial Crimes
  8. Crypto Forensics
  9. Password Forensics
  10. Windows Forensics
  11. Documentation & Reports
  12. Media Sanitization

Course Fees: Rs 32,500 for Indian residents. Foreign residents please email info@asianlaws.org for details.

Eligibility: Graduate in any discipline.

Duration: 365 days.

Score at least 70% to pass this course.

For more information, check the course details here.