The introduction of new digital information and communications technologies has given birth to a new legal domain, commonly called Information and Communication Technology Law or more fashionably – Cyber Law.
With the phenomenal growth of cyberspace, issues relating to various legal aspects of cyberspace started cropping up. In response to the absolutely complex and newly emerging legal issues relating to cyberspace, a new and highly specialized branch of law, Cyber Law, came into being.
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Cyber Law : An Emerging Career Option
Cyber law is one of the emerging career options. Cyber law is also a very important aspect of legal training and corporate management. Legal and management professionals regularly enrol for cyber training. The present cyber law education trends in India show that online cyber law education in India would be the norm in the near future.
The Course Is Suitable For
- Law students & lawyers
- IT students & professionals
- Police & law enforcement officials
- IT Security Professionals
- Network & Systems Administrators
- Management students & professionals
- Chartered Accountants
- Company Secretaries
- Commerce students
Emerging Challenges And Trends In Cyber Law
The technological development has given rise to a cyber world constituting cyber space. Cyber space is witnessing considerable advancement with the rapid increase in the information technology. The growth in the field of information and communication technology (ICT) indicates the numerous trends and challenges in cyber law. It is always hard to determine or predict something in the future in an accurate manner. However, on the basis of development of jurisprudence and emerging trends, it can be conjured that some broad cyber law trends are likely to emerge.
There is a possibility to consolidate the technological advancements in the past. The internet users are increasing tremendously every year and at the same time there is also rise in the number of people using mobiles and smart phones. Cyber law is likely to experience various emerging trends with the increased usage of digital technology.
The various emerging trends include
- Challenges in Mobile Laws
- Legal Issues of Cyber Security
- Cloud Computing and Law
- Social Media and Legal Problems
- Spam Laws
The eligibility criteria for the program is graduation in any discipline or Fourth and Fifth year students of Five year integrated LL.B course who passed three years.The minimum duration of the course is 6 Months and maximum duration is 2 years.
Courses Offered And Fee
- Diploma in Cyber Law, fees – 5000 to 6000
- PG Program in Cyber Law, fees – 12000
- Advanced Program in International Cyber Laws, fees – 19000
- PG Program in Cyber Crime Prosecution & Defence, fees – 21000
- ASCL Certified Cyber Crime Investigator, fess – 20000
- ASCL Certified Digital Evidence Analyst, fees – 30000
- PG Program in Cyber Crime & Corporate Liability, fees – 20000
- PG Program in Cyber Security & Incident Response, fees – 46000
- Advanced Program in Cyber Warfare & Defence, fees – 30000
Salary & Wages
Those in executive roles—with titles such as chief information security officer, chief security officer or security manager—earned $106,326 on average. Those in more technical roles (security engineer, security penetration tester or web security manager) earned an average of $75,275.
Institutes Offering Courses In Cyber Laws
- Asian School of Cyber Law (Mumbai)
- Indian Law Institute (Delhi)
- NALSAR (Hyderabad)
- Indian Institute of Information Technology (Allahabad)
- National Law School of India (University of Bangalore)
- Symbiosis society’s Law College (Pune)
- Asian School of Cyber Laws (Pune)
- Centre for Distance Education (University of Hyderabad)
- Amity Law School (Delhi)
- Department of Law (University of Delhi)
- Cyber Law College (Chennai, Mysore, Mangalore, Bangalore)
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