“Cybercrime refers to any criminal activity done with a criminal intention, either using a computer, computer resource, communication device and cyberspace or targeting the same for vested , illegal interests.

 Cybercrime is a central part of our day-to-day life. Much that we may wish so, cybercrime is not going away.  Cyber legal strategies and approaches need to constantly evolve to fight the ever growing menace of cybercrime.”

Dr. Pavan Duggal

Honorary Chancellor, Cyberlaw University

Internationally Renowned Expert and Authority on Cyberlaw

Cybercrime has become the new default option. In today’s digital world, we all are surrounded by cybercrime.

Cybercrime is continuing to grow in an unprecedented manner, which is impacting every activity of human endeavour.  With each passing day, cybercriminals are coming up with new approaches and methodologies to target, not just human stakeholders but also data, computer resources and communication devices for a variety of illegal and criminal purposes.

Cybercrime is constantly evolving as a paradigm. Cybercriminals are invariably twenty steps ahead of law enforcement agencies.  Cybercriminals are attacking people and electronic resources at will. The advent of darknet has further provided a massive fillip to the growth and further penetration of cybercrime.

The attractiveness of cybercrime is also constantly growing as a low conviction rate, difficulties in attribution and challenges of internet jurisdiction make it difficult to identify cyber actors and cybercriminals.

For fighting cybercrime, there must be a need for a strong legal and policy framework.

At the international level, the Convention on Cybercrime of the Council of Europe or the Budapest Convention represents an example of the only successful international working treaty dedicated to cybercrime regulation.

Further, different countries are having distinctive national laws to regulate cybercrime.  The advent of social media and the coming of the Over The Top (OTTs) Applications have further provided yet another momentum to the future growth of cybercrime.

At Cyberlaw University, we have been focussing on providing participants of our courses with various dedicated burst of knowledge, focussed on cybercrime and its regulation. Some of the courses offered by Cyberlaw University on Cybercrime include the following:-

International Certification Courses 

  1. International Cyberlaw Certification Course
  2. International Cybercrime Law Certification Course
  3. International Cybersecurity Law Certification Course
  4. International Artificial Intelligence Law Certification Course
  5. Undergraduate Certificate Course On Cyberlaw

Cybercrime Courses

  1. Cyber Crime & Cyberlaw
  2. Cybercrime In Social Media & Law
  3. How To Deal With Online Financial Frauds?
  4. Darknet & Law

More details about the Courses offered by Cyberlaw University is available at

We hope you will be able to take benefit of some of these courses to better understand the nuances and practical issues, challenges and perspectives that cybercrime as a paradigm is beginning to throw, for all stakeholders in the digital ecosystem.