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Online Cyber Security Courses In India Needed

Online Cyber Security Courses In India NeededThe significance of cyber security education and training in India cannot be undermined. As more and more governmental and public services are becoming dependent upon internet and information technology, safeguarding the e-governance base providing these services has become tremendously important.

However, it is not an easy task to secure computer systems and Indian cyberspace. As the nature and sophistication of cyber attacks has increased many folds, India need to formulate and implement a techno legal policy to safeguard its electronic frontiers.

The traditional education system of India has failed to cater the requirements of cyber security professionals in India. Even the limited educational institutions that are imparting cyber security education are not directing their energy and resources in the proper direction.

As a result industry in India is finding it really difficult to absorb the graduates and products of these educational institutions. Indian government has also realised the gravity of this situation and it is encouraging skills development initiates in various fields, including cyber security. Online cyber security courses in India can help a lot in this regard.

We at Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have been stressing upon the importance of online skills development and online cyber security courses and trainings for long. PTLB is also managing the exclusive techno legal cyber security e-learning portal in India that is catering the need of techno legal online skills development in India.

There is a general confusion among the students and potential training seekers regarding the nature of cyber security education that they need.  The choice is between skills or degree that is a difficult one. A majority of students opt for degree or diploma instead of adequate skills. When they reach the corporate world and industry, they are found not suitable for the jobs. Thus, despite having a degree they fail to make a mark as the necessary skills are missing.

We need a techno legal education policy of India that can cater the requirements of industry and business houses. Areas like cyber law, cyber security, cyber forensics, e-discovery, e-commerce, cyber crimes investigation, etc must be essential part of such policy. Educational institutions, both private and governmental, must be encouraged to take lead in these fields.