Cyber Law -The Indian Perspective
The Information Technology Act of 2000 was introduced to deal with concepts of e-commerce and e-governance. However, the Act did not cover specific computer or Internet crimes such as publishing sexually explicit material, voyeurism, breach of confidentially etc. The Information Technology (Amendment) Act, 2008, was then introduced to address such issues.
This program addresses the rising concerns of the cyberspace, inter-alia, like Cybercrimes, IPR issues, electronic evidence and their admissibility in Indian courts; and offers an in-depth knowledge of cyber law and its application.
Program Suitable For
- Students having interest in Technology and Law
- Information Security Professionals
- Law Enforcement officers
- Non-IT Security Managers
- Those who want to take advantage of the job opportunities in the domain of information security & law and need formal training
- Minimum: 10+2 or its equivalent
- Knowledge of Law and Technology would be an added advantage