Cyber law, also known as cyber crime law, is a body of law that regulates the proper use of technology, such as computer hardware and software, the Internet, and networks. Information Technology is rapidly evolving and gaining traction in almost every area of our lives. In today’s world, computers play an important role, but that does not exclude those who use computers to commit crimes. To keep up with all of these forms of criminal elements, our law enforcement must become more trained in the cyber field.

One of the biggest challenges is educating people about cyber laws and security practices, such as managing confidential data, documents, and transactions, and putting in place robust security technologies on computer systems, such as firewalls, anti-virus software, intrusion detection tools, and authentication services. Cyber law is similar to any other legal regulation or procedure that we should follow in our daily lives to avoid getting into trouble. These laws are formulated by taking into account a variety of factors, including our culture, morality, computer ethics, and so on.

The only distinction is that cyber law applies only to the internet and internet-related technology. Cyber law aims to preserve order and justice in the digital world. At Nettech India institute diploma in Cyber Law enables candidates to gain a deeper insight into cyberspace regulations at the national and international level. Our institute is located in Thane, Mumbai, and Navi Mumbai which also offers a Complete Placement Assistance.

  • Jurisprudence of Cyber Law
  • Overview of Computer and Web Technology
  • Electronic Governance - the Indian perspective
  • Overview of General Laws and Procedures in India

  • Digital Signatures and the Indian Law
  • Electronic Contracts
  • The UNCITRAL Model law on Electronic Commerce

  • Overview of Intellectual Property related Legislation in India
  • Copyright law & Cyberspace
  • Trademark law & Cyberspace
  • Law relating to Semiconductor Layout & Design

  • Penalties & Offences under the Information Technology Act, 2000
  • Offences under the Indian Penal Code, 1860
  • Issues relating to investigation and adjudication of cyber crimes in India
  • Digital evidence
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