Diploma in Cyber Law

  • Course Duration6 months
  • Next batch Starts1 Jan 2020
  • Course FeeINR 6,500

Diploma in Cyber Law

Diploma in Cyber Law is a 6-month digital course conducted by Government Law College, Mumbai and Asian School of Cyber Laws™.

Eligibility: HSC or equivalent. Indian citizens residing in India.

Assessments: A 100 mark open-book exam ONLINE. Score at least 40% to pass.

Did you know?
  • From the privacy of your personal data stored with Aadhar to your online movie booking. From your child's Instagram posts to your demat share trading account. From the legality of drones to Uber tracking your movements.....cyber law governs your entire world.

  • You are affected by cyber law if you use digital technologies - apps, email, social media, smartphones, online banking, online shopping etc.

  • India's cyber law ecosystem is very mature and comprises the Information Technology Act (and its allied Acts, Orders, Guidelines, Regulations and Rules), Indian Penal Code, Indian Evidence Act, Bankers’ Book Evidence Act and more.


This course is suitable for:

  • Law students
  • Lawyers
  • Judges
  • Police Officers
  • Chartered accountants
  • Company Secretaries
  • IT Professionals
  • Management Professionals and students

Syllabus

  • 45 hours
  • 3 credits
  • + Legislative Framework
  • + Judicial Framework
  • + Quasi-judicial Framework
  • + Investigative Framework
  • + Protection of Privacy and Data
  • + International Cyber Law Framework
  • + Digital Signatures - technical issues
  • + Electronic & Digital Signatures - legal issues
  • + Electronic Contracts
  • + Virtual Currencies, Bitcoin, Cryptocurrencies
  • + Computer Software & Copyright Law
  • + Software Licenses
  • + Computer Databases & the Law
  • + Domain Names & the Law
  • + Trademark issues in Cyberspace
  • + Semiconductor Layout & Design Law
  • + Cyber Frauds
  • + Computer Source Code
  • + Cyber Pornography
  • + Cyber Terrorism
  • + Data Privacy & confidentiality
  • + Digital Signature
  • + Freedom of speech
  • + Information & Traffic Data
  • + Intermediaries
  • + Malware
  • + Unauthorised Access
  • + Violation of privacy
  • + Child sexual abuse