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Scope of Master Of Science in Cyber Law & Information Security at IIIT-Allahabad?


Hello
I am Interested in Master of science in cyber law and information security
at Indian institute of information technology, Allahabad.
I just want to know the future scope of this subject?
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25th October 2014, 04:16 PM
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Default Re: Scope of Master Of Science in Cyber Law & Information Security at IIIT-Allahabad?

Master of Science in Cyber Law and Information Security (MS-CLIS) has got a very good future. It is a sort of dual degree with Master of Science and Information Security. So, this would be a game changer in any field.
Following are the things you need to know.

Eligibility Criteria:

• Candidate can be from B.Tech/B.E/M.Tech from any branch
• Need to have 60% in academics
• No reservation is allowed
• LLB completed candidates are also eligible

Selection Process:

• Entrance Examination separately to IIIT A
• Written test
• Group Discussion for selected candidates in Written test
• Interview
• There are only 75 seats and in total 600 students compete every year.

Syllabus Covered:

• Security standards and compliance
• Risk Management
• IT Governance
• Data protection regulations
• Privacy of Data
• Security audit and implementation
• Computer Forensics
• Information Security
• Intellectual property Rights and more

Career Opportunities:

1. This degree holders can apply for teaching positions in reputed institutions like,
• Indian Law institute
• Delhi University
• Asian School of Cyber Law
2. You can also work in research assistant in Technology and Law firm
3. Police Department
4. Banks
5. Law Schools and more.

Fees for the entire course comes to approximately Rs. 1.5 Lakh

Salary offered will be Rs. 20, 000 per month.




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