Cyber Law courses and its growing scope

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In this techno savvy environment, internet has wide applications in e-commerce, e-governance, e-procurement, and so on. As transactions over internet are gaining importance, there is a chance for hackers to interfere in these processes. Here lies the importance of cyber laws to deal with legal issues related to internet crimes. M.Sc in Cyber Law and Information Security, Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Law, Post Graduate Certificate in Cyber Law, etc are some of the cyber law courses offered at various levels. These professionals can get employed in Forensic departments, in IT firms, Police departments, Banks, Law schools, etc

Cyber Law courses

Undergraduate Courses

  • Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science + L.L.B. (Specialization in Cyber Laws)

Postgraduate Courses

  • Master of Science in Cyber Law and Information Security
  • Master of Technology in Cyber Security

Diploma Courses

  • Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Laws & Intellectual Property Rights
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Law
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Law & Ethics (PGDCE)
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Law and Information Security (PGDCIS)

Certificate Courses

  • Post Graduate Certificate in Cyber Law (PGCCL)

Scope of Cyber Law Courses

The need for Information Security is gaining importance in the present IT world. Hence the scope of cyber law professionals is also increasing at a fast pace. B.Tech in Computer Science + L.L.B. (Specialization in Cyber Laws) course will help the candidate to have a blend of technical and legal knowledge. They can find chances either in the role of Cyber Consultant in an IT firm or as Legal Advisor under Ministry of Information and Technology. Medium level firms can offer initial level salary packages with in the range of Rs. 15000/- to Rs. 20000/- per month. This may reach up to Rs. 90,000/- per month after obtaining relevant year of experience in the related area.

M.Sc degree holders in Cyber Law and Information Security and M.Tech in Cyber Security can apply for teaching job positions in institutions like Indian Law Institute, Delhi, Asian School of Cyber Law, Mumbai, NALSAR, Hyderabad, and Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) Allahabad. They can also work in the role of Research Assistant in Technology or Law related firm with salary packages starting at Rs 16,000/- per month.

Diploma holders as well as certificate holders in cyber security applications can work as Security Auditors in technological firms or as advisors to web developers. They can also find opportunities in Police departments, Banks, Law schools, etc.

 
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3 Responses to “Cyber Law courses and its growing scope”

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    Chinmay:

    Dear sir i am a mca final sem student and i want to be a cyber law expert. So kindly guide me which course i go for so that i have a secure future, hope you ll guide me in right direction. I ll wait for you variable suggestion

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    sonika:

    what is the scope of cyber law +B.com

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    Monika Fiodorow:

    Hi,

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