PRSI Kolkata, Mayabious Academy to start first diploma course in cyber laws


KOLKATA: Public Relations Society Of India (PRSI), Kolkata chapter and Mayabious Academy,  an animation and graphical applications as well as IT software skills company, have jointly launched a six-month diploma course in ?cyber laws?. 


Designed by cyber expert and advocate Bivas Chatterjee, the course will broadly cover diverse types of cyber crimes, hacking, cyber pornography, cyber terrorism, cyber safety, electronic evidence, anti-spam laws and would introduce all facets of cyber law. 


PRSI Kolkata chapter chairman Soumyajit Mahapatra said that the course would be the first of its kind in the eastern region of the country and would cater to investigating agency, lawyers, information technology (IT) and engineering professionals. 


He further said that the communication industry would advance towards digitisation and individuals will have to deal with content and e-commerce on smartphones. 


On the other hand, Mayabious Academy CEO Akhil B Paul said the company would launch more such courses in association with PRSI, going forward. 


Indiantelevision.com had earlier reported about Mayabious Art planning to open six - seven centres of Mayabious Digital Academy in 2014 on the back of India emerging as a significant destination for outsourcing animation related jobs.

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