Sunday, June 5, 2011

Cyber Due Diligence Training In India

Skill development in India is the need of hour. While India’s workforce is increasing tremendously, its skills level is not upto the mark. With the evolving economy and dynamic work environment the traditional educational system is finding it really difficult to cope up.

Indian educational system is academic in nature with little emphasis upon vocational and professional training. The professionals get only theoretical knowledge and they find it really difficult to apply the practical aspect at the workplace.

Further, infrastructure problems of educational institutions are also forcing many professionals to limit themselves to the confines of a particular territory. Online skill development in India has still to gain momentum.

Increasing use of information and communication technology (ICT) in our day to day lives, government departments, private companies, banks, etc is also forcing professionals to develop cyber skills. The cyber law of India, incorporated in the information technology act 2000, has also mandated cyber law skill development in India.

Allied fields like cyber security skills development, cyber forensics skills development, etc are also necessary these days. Governments, companies, private individuals, banks, etc all of them require knowledge of cyber law, cyber security, cyber forensics, etc at one stage or another.

With growing regulatory environment, cyber due diligence has also become a necessity these days. Even the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has now mandated cyber law and cyber security due diligence for banks in India.

At Perry4Law and Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB) we are providing techno legal cyber due diligence trainings to various stakeholders. If you are interested in any of our techno legal trainings, kindly visit our training platform for more details. Application form for the enrollment to various courses, internships and trainings can be downloaded from here and more details about the courses of PTLB can be found here.

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