“Most of us don’t want to learn law primarily for two reasons, one subject being little dry and secondly we feel lawyers are there to take care. After attending this workshop conducted by Guru Na.Vijayashankar (Naavi) and organised by …. ,I realised the subject is fantastic provided taught by a person who himself knows the subject. At the same time as a citizen an IT professional need to know basics . Otherwise we as security professional are dependent on others as first responder for any un toward incident. Can’t claim to be an expert but at least aware. Thanks ….for making me part of this learning experience. My prize possession.”
A Director, Information Security
It was a pleasure to complete two short programs on Information Technology Act 2000 to Information Security professionals during the last two weeks. The Course was conducted over 12 hours and covered the ITA 2000 from a Techno Legal perspective.
One of the participants posted the above comment in his linkedIn profile which I thought I should share with others, just to highlight the need of IT/IS professionals to be also aware of ITA 2000.
For some time now I had restricted to teaching only Data Protection and it was after a long gap that I returned to teaching ITA 2000. It was refreshing. I also felt honoured by several senior IS professionals from major companies in India being part of these programs.