Cyber Law : Job Prospects,Top Colleges and Recruiters

Cyber Law also is known as Internet Law, which deals with legal issues related to internet crimes.
Cyber Law is the term which deals over the issues related to the internet, the communication technology, the technological and the electronics elements that include the hardware, software, the computer and the information systems altogether. Cyber is made so as to handle the cases of the cybercrime and these are the illegal activities which are committed over the internet. Cyber lawyers handle the cases for the crimes against the persons and the property and the government. The work of the Cyber Lawyer is to prepare, examine and to advocate the case for the client involved over the cybercrime case.
The proper cybercrime is to base over the hacking the person’s personal accounts, cyber terrorism, and the spread of the virus. The aspects of legal training and corporate management are very essential.

Top Colleges 

The top colleges for the course study of Cyber Crime here are as :

  • All National Law Universities (NLUs)
  • National Law School of India University, Bangalore
  • NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad
  • ILS Law College, Pune
  • Indian Institute of Information and Technology, Allahabad


The highlights for the course study of the Cyber Law are :

Candidates can pursue undergraduate (UG) as well as the postgraduate (PG) level for the programs into the field of Cyber Law. the UG level courses candidates also need to pursue into the integrated law courses in order to specialize in the Cyber Law whereas in the PG level law course aspirants can straight away specialize into the Cyber Law.

Courses & Eligibility





Diploma 3 years Must have passed 10th with a minimum of 50% marks. State-level Entrance
Bachelor's degree 4 years Should have completed 10th, +2 in any stream with a minimum of 50% marks. CLAT, LSAT
Master's Degree 2 years Must possess a bachelor's degree in any stream with a minimum mark of 50%. Candidate of a 3-year diploma degree can also apply. AILET, CLAT

Top Recruiters

The top recruiters for the study of the course for the Cyber Law are here as :

  • Research and Analysis Wing
  • Forensic Lab
  • National Institute of Social Defense
  • Bureau of Police Research and Development
  • National Commission for Protection of Child Rights
  • IB
  • NIA
  • CBI
  • NIC

Admission Process

The admission process for the course study of the Cyber Law is generalized over the entrance examinations. The eligible candidates who are interested in pursuing cyber law are required to qualify one of the relevant entrance examinations for the admission to the course.
Common-Law Admission Test (CLAT) is one of the major entrance examinations which is organized by the National Law Universities (NLUS) for the admission to the course. However, the admission to the procedure may vary as between the colleges since some of them also conduct their relevant own separate entrance tests for the admission.

Syllabus and Courses

The syllabus and the courses for the course study of Cyber Law are here as :
  • Introduction to  the Cyber World and Cyber Law
  • Cyber World
  • Security Information
  • Digital Signature
  • Scope of Cyber Laws - E-commerce, Online Contracts, IPRs (Copyrights, Trademarks and  so on )
  • International Legal Regime
  • International Legal Regime Relating to E-Commerce
  • Introduction - Computer Crime And Cybercrimes
  • Classification of Cybercrimes
  • Cybercrime and Related Concepts
  • Regulation of Cyber Crimes
  • Online Business
  • Definition of E-Commerce
  • Types of E-Commerce
  • IPR Issues
  • IPR - An overview
  • Copyright Issues in Cyberspace
  • Trademark Issues in Cyberspace
  • Computer Software and Related IPR Issues

Skills Required

The skills required for the course study of Cyber Law :

  • Strong IT skills and the knowledge including the hardware, software and the networks
  • Meticulous attention to detail
  • The ability to use the logic and the reasoning to identify the strengths and the weaknesses of the IT systems.
  • A forensic approach to the challenges
  • The deep understanding of how the hackers work and the ability to keep up with the fast pace of the change into the criminal cyber-underworld.
  • The ability to seek out the vulnerabilities in the IT infrastructures.

Top Entrances

The top entrances for the course study of the Cyber Law here are :

  • CLAT
  • LSAT
  • KIITEE etc for different colleges.

Career and Job Prospects

Job Profile

Job Description

Average Salary Per Annum

Cyber Lawyer They apply substantive law which may include the information technology act and also existing traditional laws to present the case in criminal or civil footfall before the court of law. 8 lakhs
Legal Advisor Legal advisors are lawyers specialized in a specific field of the law and are employed to prevent their clients from any legal implications or consequences. They must also know how to apply the law to their clients' circumstances. 4.5 - 5 lakhs
Cyber Assistant With sufficient knowledge of information systems, security policies and concepts, they work well both independently and as part of a team. 5.5 - 6 lakhs
Cyber Consultant Specialists in cybersecurity are among the most sought-after professionals in the tech sector as businesses and governments seek to fight off an increasingly daring and ruthless cohort of global cybercriminals and hackers. Skilled and dedicated Security Specialists work in this field that demands a mix of artistry and technical expertise. They need to be constantly one step ahead of the hackers and organized criminals behind any new crime wave. 8 - 9 lakhs
Security Auditors They plan, execute and lead security audits across an organization, inspect and evaluate financial and information systems, management procedures and security controls, and provide a written and verbal report of audit findings. 5 - 5.5 lakhs


Q: What are the objectives of Cyber Law?
A: The objectives of the Cyber Law are :

  • Objective 1 - Safeguard the national critical information infrastructure (CII)
  • Objective 2 -  Respond to the resolutions recover from cyber incidents and attacks through the timely information sharing, collaboration and the action of the Cyber Law.
  • Objectives 3 - Establish a legal and regulatory framework to enable safe and vibrant cyberspace.
  • Objective 4 - Foster the culture of cybersecurity which promotes the safe and the appropriate use of the cyberspace.
  • Objective 5 - Develop and cultivate national cybersecurity capabilities.

Q: What are the three types of Cyber Crimes?
A: There are three major categories for the cyber crimes which areas :

  • Crimes Against People 
  • Crimes Against Property
  • Crime Against Government


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