Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz
Language: English | VTT | Size: 972 MB | Duration: 6 lectures (02:10:12)

No any other prerequisite but Best for Law Students, All Professionals working in IT, HR, Corporate, Bank,Govt / NGO, Media, CLAT Students.

What you'll learn

Principles and concepts in Cyber Law:-

Application of IT Act, 2000:-

Cyber Threats and Criminal activities:-

Cyber c and related activities

Cyber Cryptography-Banking frauds

Criminal Hacking and Spoofing

Cloud and Network threat assessment

Recent National and International Case Studies

Power booster: Question-Answers with Explanation


Best for Law Students

IT Professionals, HR and Corporate Personnel, Bankers, etc.

All category of Digital products, system and App programmers- Admin, Client and Users


I have carefully designed this course to build the fundamentals of Cyber Law /IT Act 2000 in the context to digital world, Cyber Space, Interface Technology, concept of jurisdiction, legal issues in E-commerce, understanding of Cyber Cs, Indian Penal Law, Indian law on obscenity and pornography, Penalties and offences under IPC, Investigation and adjudication issues, digital evidences. This course is required for all Law students and professionals working in the field of IT, HR, Bank, Software development, Media, Govt / NGO for enhancing their career opportunities as certification as well as understanding the Cyber Law.

Lecture 1:-

a. Cyber C and Digital world and Cyber Safety

b. Understand hacking in legal context

c. Cyber c and digital safety

d. Understand security related cs

Lecture 1-Conclusion

Lecture 2:-

a. Cyber cs and the IT Act, 2000

Lecture 3:-

a. Cyber Law and Terrorism

Lecture 4:-

a. Cyber Cs: Trending Challenges And Emergence

Lecture 5:-

b. Information Technology Act, 2000

Lecture 6 :- Case Study Cyber Law

This Course Contains-Total-45 Lectures Slides with briefing of Current Case-Study

Who this course is for:

All Law Students

IT professionals

Software Programmers

Banking professionals

CLAT Students-Concept and Q&A

Law aspirants students

Media professionals, Social media users

Government and Non-Governmental-A prerequisite Course Module