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A warm hello and a Happy New Year !!

We started LeapCourses.com in 2014 with a simple objective - to provide quick learning programs to busy professionals and students.

22 countries and 2847 students later, we are proud to present the all-new LEAP 2016 for you.

LEAP now features 52 courses across 9 tracks:

  • Counter terrorism (10 courses)
  • Cryptography (3 courses)
  • Digital Marketing (4 courses)
  • Financial Law (4 courses)
  • Forensics & Investigation (6 courses)
  • Fraud Control (4 courses)
  • Tech Law (11 courses)
  • Doing Business Globally (2 courses)
  • Hacking & Security (8 courses)

All LEAP courses are free to learn.

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Marathi Cyber Crime Protection Program

Marathi Cyber Crime Protection Program launched!

For the first time ever, a Marathi Cyber Crime Protection Program has been launched.

This unique online program has been launched by Asian School of Cyber Laws (ASCL) as a part of its Cyber Maharashtra project.

This free program was launched with an objective to making more and more Marathi readers aware of the rising risks of cyber crimes. The move was also prompted by the need to build technical literature in Marathi.

"The free Marathi Cyber Crime Protection Program is a beginning. We hope to make such literature available in all Indian languages and look forward to assistance and support from government bodies and officials alike," said Rohas Nagpal, President, Asian School of Cyber Laws about this unique program.

The Marathi Cyber Crime Protection Program is available to everyone at: https://www.asianlaws.org/marathi_free.php

ASCL introduces a free program on Cyber Security

Imagine that you wake up tomorrow morning and realize that someone has hacked your laptop, smartphone, email account, Facebook account and WiFi network. And your online bank account!

Sounds scary? Then this program is for you.

Asian School of Cyber Laws introduces a FREE program on Cyber Security Fundamentals.

You can find the course details here

ASCL introduces free course on Information Technology Law Compliance

The Information Technology Act and its allied rules, regulations, orders etc impose several obligations on corporates.

Failure to comply with these obligations may be penalized with fines, compensation and even imprisonment.

Asian School of Cyber Laws introduces a free course in Information Technology Law Compliance.

You can check the course details here.

 

ASCL introduces free course on Data Privacy Law

The Data Privacy Law in India is contained primarily in sections 43A & 72A of the Information Technology Act and the Information Technology (Reasonable security practices and procedures and sensitive personal data or information) Rules, 2011.

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

Asian School of Cyber Laws introduced a free course on Data Privacy Law.

You can find the course details here.

Introducing Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs)

Asian School of Cyber Laws provides FREE courses in Cyber Security, Cyber Law, IT Law Compliance and Data Privacy Law on India's first MOOC platform, www.LEAPcourses.com

LEAP is an online platform which provides  MOOCs (massive, online & open courses) in Law, Security, Forensics & Fraud Control.

Register for some of ASCL's free courses on LEAP!

Learn everything you need to know about Cyber Law in India with this free course

If you have an email account, a Facebook account or use the internet (whether on your phone or laptop, whether at home or office or even at a cyber cafe) in India, then you NEED this course. This course will teach you everything you need to know about the Indian Cyber Law.

  • Two Air India cabin crew members were arrested and jailed for 12 days for posting 'derogatory' remarks, on Facebook, against the Prime Minister's Office, the national flag and the Supreme Court, while commenting on a strike by Air India pilots.
  • Did you know that sending an 'obscene' photo through whatsapp could land you in jail for many many years?
  • Did you know that jail-breaking your smartphone could land you in prison for 3 years?

Asian School of Cyber Laws introduced a FREE course on Indian Cyber Law.

Learn more about this course here.