Cyber Laws Training

Cyber Laws Training

Students learn about cyber laws in various countries and their applicability to users of the internet. Students learn about how cyber laws protect individuals and companies and intellectual property as well as internet access and usage, privacy, freedom of expression as well as jurisdictions. Hacking, viruses, malware, DOS attacks, worms and similar methods of attacking other computers in order to gain data illegally also fall under the realm of cyber laws. Cyber laws also relate to internet and computers being used as tools for variety of other crimes like credit card frauds, pornography and terrorism. In India the Information Technology Act 2000 covers cyber laws.


  • Intelectual Property Rights
  • Copyrights on Internet
  • Laws related to unauthoirzed access and hacking
  • Laws related to trojan attacks
  • Virus and worms, DOS
  • Laws related to email spoofing, spamming, bombing
  • How to prevent Credit card and banking frauds
  • Online insurance related regulations
  • Cyber security
  • Privacy of data
  • Online trade and cyber laws
Courses syllabus
title estimate time spent time status
1. Introduction
1.1 Introduction 50:20 40:20 Complete
1.1 Creating your project 50:20 20:20 Learning
1.1 Document setup and background 50:20
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1.1 Introduction 50:20 Private
Top 5 Tips for Cyber Laws
IS social media vulnerable to cyber-attack?
Social Media is hackers’ favourite target. There are about 1.6 billion social network users worldwide and more than 64 % internet users access social media services.
What is cybercrime?
A crime which takes the help of computer or the internet as an object or as a subject is cybercrime. India ranks 5th among cybercrime affected nations.
What is cyber bullying?
Cyberbullying is the use of cell phones, instant messaging, e-mail, chat rooms or social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter to harass, threaten or intimidate someone.