Cyber Law

Executive Program

  • Course Duration3 months
  • Course Starts01-JAN-2023
  • Course Fee ₹ 5,900

Executive Program in Cyber Law

Cyber law is one of the fastest growing fields of law. This executive program trains you in cybercrime prosecution & defence, presenting digital evidence in court, ecommerce law, drafting econtracts & privacy policies, social media law and crypto laws.

This is an autonomous executive program conducted by Asian School of Cyber Laws.

Eligibility: HSc or higher.

Assessments: 100 mark online exam. Score at least 40% to pass. Take the exam anytime.

Last date for application: 15-Dec-2022

After doing this course you can:
  • Prosecute and defend cybercrime cases
  • Present digital evidence in court
  • Help online platforms comply with ecommerce laws
  • Draft econtracts & privacy policies
  • Help social media platforms and influencers to comply with social media laws
  • Ensure compliance with crypto laws (virtual digital assets)

This course is critical for:

  • Law students
  • Lawyers
  • Social Media Managers
  • General counsels
  • Chartered accountants


  • Introduction to the Information Technology Act
  • Other Relevant Laws
  • Judicial, Quasi-judicial & Investigative Frameworks
  • Relevant Entities
  • Key Terms and Concepts
  • Penalties under the Information Technology Act
  • Offences under the Information Technology Act
  • Understanding Cyber Crime
  • Cyber Crime Prosecution & Defence Checklists
  • Cyber Crime Case Law
  • Basic Legal Terms & Concepts
  • What does "Access" mean?
  • Autorities under the IT Act
  • Hierarchy of Authorities under the IT Act
  • Section 43 of the IT Act
  • Section 63 & 77A of the IT Act
  • Section 69 & 69A of the IT Act
  • Section 72 & 72A of the IT Act
  • Section 79 of the IT Act
  • Section 81 of the IT Act
  • Section 43A, 65, 66, 69A & 70 of the IT Act
  • Section 65 of the IT Act
  • Section 67, 67A & 67B of the IT Act
  • Understanding Section 65B of the IT Act
  • Presenting an email as evidence in court
  • Presenting a website as evidence in court
  • Importance of Evidence & its Types
  • Presenting Evidence physically or digitally in court
  • How to produce a document in court without the original sender available to verify it
  • Presenting a deleted message in court
  • Anwar vs. Basheer case
  • 65B Certificate Generator
  • What is Ecommerce Law?
  • Consumer Protection Laws
  • Introduction to Ecommerce Law
  • Consumer Laws
  • Business Laws
  • Digital Signatures - Technical Issues
  • Digital Signature Certificates
  • Electronic & Digital Signatures - Legal Issues
  • Certifying Authorities - Procedure Rules
  • Privacy Rules
  • Intermediaries Guidelines Rules
  • International Laws
  • Ecommerce Ecosystem
  • Drafting Privacy Policies
  • Electronic Contracts
  • Social Media Law
  • Social Media Law Playbook
  • NFT & Crypto Laws in India


Rohas Nagpal

Rohas Nagpal started his career in the early 1990s as a hacker. 👨🏻‍💻

His life-long love affair with Cryptography 🔐 started when he read David Chaum's work on blind digital signatures and the "Handbook of Applied Cryptography" by Menezes, Oorschot & Vanstonemy.

In 1999, he co-founded Asian School of Cyber Laws.

Over the next 16 years, he worked in cyber investigation & cyberlaw. He proudly counts some of the best investigators 🕵🏻 & lawyers amongst his students.

He also assisted the Govt. of India 🇮🇳 in framing draft rules under the Information Technology Act.

His work spanned 18 countries 🌏 and he has investigated cyber crimes & data breaches for hundreds of organizations across many sectors - from aerospace 🛩 & banking to law enforcement, pharma & shipping 🛳.

He authored the Cyber Crime Investigation Manual,📚 which has been referred to as a "bible for cybercrime investigators" by the Times of India.

Currently, he is the Chief Blockchain Architect of the Wrapped Asset Project and is building the Future Money Wallet and the Hybrid Finance (HyFi) Blockchain.

Gokul Narayan

Gokul Narayan is the Chief Operations Officer of Asian School of Cyber Laws and a Mediator with the CAMP Arbitration and Mediation Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore. He holds a Masters degree in law from Symbiosis Law School, Pune. Gokul has been in the field of education as a faculty and an entrepreneur for over 15 years. He designs, curates, markets and delivers state-of-the-art legal courses, seminars, and workshops to students as well as working professionals. His areas of specialization include Cyber Law, Mediation, Arbitration and Intellectual Property Law.

He also loves playing badminton 🏸, cricket 🏏, listening to music 🎵 and going on long rides on one of his many bikes 🏍.