Vice Chancellor’s Blog

1. Coronavirus & Working From Home

Recently, the Government of India through Ministry of Home Affairs has come up with certain cyber security tips for people Working From Home in India. These tips have highlighted important topics that need to be considered by employees Working From Home in the Indian context. Read More…..

2. Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity In The Coronavirus Age

Cyber criminals attacks hospitals and homes in the time of lockdown. In these difficult times, we all have been lockdown due to global health emergency i.e. Coronavirus pandemic which would meant an instant ceasefire to all other strife.  Read More…..

3. Cyber Security Law In The Western World

Cyber Security is concerned with making cyberspace safe from cyber threats.  The Western World has started exploiting the vulnerabilities of the cyberspace to gain supremacy and influence over their rivals.   Read More….

4. Online Financial Frauds

In the present context, the world is passing through trying circumstances  No doubt, with the massive increase in social media due to lower interest tariffs and availability of smart phones devices has lead to massive economic growth and social development.  Read More….

5. Cybercrime & Cyberlaw

Apart from so many glaring damages caused on account of Coronavirus, there is a possibility that cybercrime damage costs may be double due to Coronavirus outbreak.   Read More…..

6. Blockchain & Law

Blockchain is fairly a new concept adopted by technology.  It was launched in 2018.  Blockchain is an unchangeable ledger used by the businesses worldwide for recording transactions, tracking assets and building trust.  These records are unchangeable. Read More……..

7.Cybercrime & Law

Cybercrime is constantly on the increase, reason being people are unaware what they are doing online can compromise their privacy. Read More…..

8. Cyber Security Challenges

Cyber Security is the protection of computer systems and computer networks from theft or damage to hardware, software or electronic data. Read More….

9. Cyber Security Law

Cyber Security Law comprises of directions that safeguard information technology, computer systems and networks from being attacked by cyber attacks like viruses, hacking, denial of services attacks, phishing, infection of systems with malware etc. Read More…..

10. Coronavirus & Cyberspace

Due to Corona virus outbreak, people are compelled to work from home.  They are also under a new threat as cyber attackers want to make quick buck. There is an apprehension that hackers may target people working from home, as well as consumers and industries. Read More…..

11. Cyber Legal Issues in Coronavirus Age

Coronavirus pandemic has been instrumental in bringing about lockdown of cities  around the world. Due to restricted movement people have no other choice but to rely on online services for all their needs – be it work related, shopping of essential commodities of daily needs, social interaction or even entertainment.  Read More….

12. COVID-19 Pandemic & Cyberspace

COVID-19 has caused panic all over the world.  Not only individuals but very importantly organizations should not lose sight of protecting themselves against cybercrimes.  Indeed COVID-19 has major impact on the global economy. Read More…..

13. Darknet & Law

Taking into consideration the present scenario, what do we pre-conceive.  It is obvious that cyber attacks are expected to ramp in the current year i.e. 2020. Read More….

14. Cybercrimes & Social Media

In the present context, the world is passing through trying circumstances  No doubt, with the massive increase in social media due to lower interest tariffs and availability of smart phones devices has lead to massive economic growth and social development. Read More….

15. Expert’s Guide To Post Pandemic Cyberspace

The onset of COVID-19 has completely changed the world scenario.  It has created chaos, uncertainty, threatened lives and livelihood.  Thousands of people have lost their jobs and are trying to return to their hometowns. Read More…..

16. Internet of Things & Law

The abbreviation of Internet of Things is IOT.  IOT is a network of internet connected objects able to collect and exchange data.  In a simple language, we can say you have “things” that sense and collect data and send it to the internet.  Other things can access this data as well. Read More….

17. Cyberlaw University Crosses Yet Another Milestone

Cyberlaw University’s course entitled “Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity in the Coronavirus Age” has been adjudged as one of the best recommended 16 online courses on cyber security by Tech Republic of USA.  Read More….

18. Achievement by Cyberlaw University’s Course

Cyberlaw University extends its heartiest thanks to Douglas Hollis, one of the renowned US organization for adjudging and rating our course “Cyber Security Law” Read More….

19. Smart Strategies To Deal With Online Financial Frauds & Cyberlaw

In this course, the students will be able to get an overview of some of the more important financial frauds that are existing in the cyberspace today. Read More….

20. Expert’s Views On Cyberlaw For Every Professional

With the growing dependence on electronic data and the Internet, it is all the more essential for professional to be knowing about cyber legal frameworks in today’s context. Read More….

21. Cyberlaw – The Beginnings

In this course, the students will get to have understanding of how Cyberlaw as legal discipline evolved, what were the beginnings, what important developments in early days of Cyberlaw jurisprudence significantly impacting the growth and development of Cyberlaw as a discipline. Read More….

22. Cyberlaw – Emerging Trends

In this course, the students will learn about the emerging trends and developments in Cyberlaw as a legal discipline. Unlike other discipline of law, Cyberlaw is constantly evolving paradigm.  Read More…

23. Cyber Security Law

Cyber Security Law promotes the confidentiality, integrity and availability of all public and private information, systems and networks.  Read More….

24. Artificial Intelligence & Law

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is intelligence demonstrated by machines unlike the natural intelligence displayed by humans and animals.  Artificial Intelligence (AI) is sometime called as machine intelligence. Read More….

25. AI Law, Ethics, Privacy & Legalities

This course provides a holistic perspective on some of the important issues and topics that are gaining significance in the evolving Artificial Intelligence Law discipline. Read More…..