First came the IT revolution ....
Then came the inevitable IT laws....
and now enters the Asian School of Cyber Laws.
Indian Express

Born in 1999, Asian School of Cyber Laws is a global pioneer in cyber law & cyber crime investigation. We work with Governments, Corporates, and Enforcement & Military agencies across the world.

We have assisted the Government of India in framing draft rules and regulations under the Information Technology Act.

It is felt that the expertise of your institution on the subject could benefit the Government of India for formulating a national level model of rules and regulations.
S Lakshminarayanan,
Additional Secretary, Ministry of Communications and IT,
Government of India

ASCL Computer Crime & Abuse Report (India) is the only study of its kind quoted by the United Nations in its E-commerce & Development Report (2003).

We have conducted training programs on Cyber Crime Investigation, Incident Response and Cyber Forensics for senior Government and Police officials and corporate sponsored professionals from Malaysia, Japan, South Korea, China, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Mauritius, Nepal, UAE, Philippines, USA, UK, Thailand and Ghana.

Corporate America followed by its counterparts from the United Kingdom and Hong Kong have all been visiting the city to get trained at Asian School of Cyber Laws.
Indian Express

We were part of the Organizing Committee for the World Congress on Informatics and Law at Spain (2002), Cuba (2003) and Peru (2004).

We developed the world’s smallest cyber crime investigation device code-named pCHIP. We maintain the Global Cyber Law Database, an online repository of cyber related laws of major countries around the globe.

Law enforcement personnel in India and abroad extensively use our Cyber Crime Investigation Manual. This was one of the first of its kind manuals in the world. Times of India (the world's largest selling English newspaper) has referred to it as a bible for Cyber Crime Investigators.

...a bible for Cyber Crime Investigators
The Times of India
(about ASCL's Cyber Crime Investigation Manual)

We have conducted training programs for various national level Government bodies including National Academy of Direct Taxes, National Police Academy, National Institute of Bank Management, National Insurance Academy, Vaikunth Mehta National Institute of Cooperative Management and Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI).

We have assisted the Indian Army, various branches of the Indian police and the Central Bureau of Investigation in matters relating to cyber investigation.

In 2015, we co-organized the c4 - Conference on Cyber Crime Control, 2015 along with the Home Department, Govt. of Maharashtra, Mumbai Police, IIT Bombay and ASCL.

We have built the Collaborative Online Investigation Network (COIN) - an interactive platform empowering the world's enforcement agencies to tackle cyber crime & other cases involving digital evidence. This was launched by the Chief Minister of Maharashtra on 27th July, 2015.

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