Cyber security is getting complex day by day. New cyber threats are detected on regular basis and both the laws and cyber security mechanisms are well short of tackling the sophisticated cyber attacks. The cyber security trends in India 2013 (Pdf) provided by Perry4Law Organisation have outlined the shortcomings of Indian cyber security initiatives.
According to the trends, one of the shortcomings of Indian cyber security efforts is lack of cyber security capabilities that is primarily attributable to inadequate and faulty education system of India. Similarly, institutions managing the cyber security skills development in India are also very handful.
Not only this, we also lack good cyber security education and training institutions in India. For instance, we have a single techno legal cyber security research and education centre (CERC) in India managed by Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB). PTLB is also providing the exclusive techno legal online cyber security trainings in India.
According to PTLB, the application form can be downloaded from here. See the Students’ Enrollment and FAQs segments of PTLB for more details. For payment of the fees, see the payment mechanism of PTLB. Once you duly fill the form and pay the prescribed fee, your form would be scrutinised for compliance with the requirements prescribed by PTLB. If the form is accepted, you may become a part of the exclusive techno legal online cyber security training in India by PTLB.
The applicants from around the world can apply for the trainings and skills development courses of PTLB as the trainings and skills developments courses are provided through e-learning and distance learning mechanisms. Online tutorials in the form of power point presentations and other handouts would also be provided to the training seekers by PTLB.
This is a unique and wonderful opportunity for those who wish to have a career in cyber security field as both technical and legal aspects would be taught here. There is no other institution or platform in the entire world that is providing training and skills development in both technical and legal aspects of cyber security.
Further, this is a wonderful opportunity for the younger generation of lawyers who wish to try their hands in the field of cyber security legal practice. Right now Perry4Law Law Firm is the exclusive cyber security law firm of India that is extending its expertise for techno legal cyber security training courses in India. Law colleges in India are not providing cyber security legal courses and if fresh law graduates can get suitable cyber security trainings, they can make their mark in this unexplored and new area that is presently free from competition. So hurry up and grab a seat before they are gone as admissions are strictly on first comes first basis.