Diploma in Cyber Law

Distance mode

  • Course Duration6 months
  • Next batch Starts1 Jan 2022
  • Course FeeINR 6,500 + GST

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.

Last Date for Application: 15-Dec-2021

5 massive career opportunities
  • Crypto Law Consulting - crypto currencies, blockchain assets, CBDC, DeFi, smart contracts, stable coins, and tokens.
  • Ecommerce Law Consulting - under the Information Technology Act and the Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020.
  • Cyber Crime Prosecution & Defence - with over 125,000 crore being lost to cyber crimes annually.
  • Presenting Digital Evidence in court - bitcoin, emails, IoT devices, laptops, networks, servers, smartphones, websites and more.
  • IP registration & license drafting services - for apps, software, source code, digital content (videos, eBooks), websites etc.

For details on these career opportunities, see 5 Massive Cyberlaw Career Opportunities for the COVID Era


This course is suitable for:

  • Law students
  • Lawyers
  • Judges
  • Police Officers
  • Chartered accountants
  • Company Secretaries
  • IT Professionals
  • Management Professionals and students
  • + Legislative Framework
  • + Judicial Framework
  • + Quasi-judicial Framework
  • + Investigative Framework
  • + Protection of Privacy and Data
  • + International Cyber Law Framework
  • + Consumer Laws
  • + Business Laws
  • + Information Technology Laws
  • + International Laws
  • + Ecommerce Ecosystem
  • + 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
  • + Due Diligence by Intermediaries
  • + Grievance redressal mechanism of intermediary
  • + Additional due diligence by significant social media intermediary
  • + Identification of the first originator
  • + Failure to observe the rules
  • + Code of Ethics
  • + Classification of any curated content
  • + Blocking of information in case of emergency
  • + Compliances by publishers