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MBA Degree in Data Protection And Privacy Management | All You Need to Know

The education company will finance up to 60% scholarship for up to 50 students in 2021.
India.com Education Desk ● Updated: June 1, 2021 11:12 pm | Edited By: Nivedita R
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Courses on cybersecurity tools are extremely imperative in an age where cyber crimes are only on the rise. In a bid to counter the rising issues of cyber security, LawSikho, a leading online law education company, in collaboration with Swiss School of Management (SSM) has launched a 15-month MBA degree in Data Protection and Privacy Management.

What does the course cover?

The much-awaited Program meets the European Standards of Higher Education as part of the Process of Harmonisation of Higher Education in Europe (Bologna). It has been devised under the close supervision of the Research Centre of SSM that covers advanced and practical legal courses aimed at honing the skills in the information security and management industry, not only in India but globally.

Who is the ideal candidate for this course?

This MBA program is ideal for ambitious (legal) professionals who want to distinguish themselves from the masses and contribute to a better and safer business environment, not only in India, but globally. The program is designed in such a way that travel costs are minimized and the study load can be combined with a demanding day job. MBA students get access to high quality supervision and other relevant support.

Other details

The MBA program is available at the LawSikho platform at $12,000. However, to make the program more accessible to Indian professionals, LawSikho will finance up to 60% scholarship for up to 50 students in 2021. Yes, you read that right!

In view of this, Ramanuj Mukherjee, CEO of LawSikho, reiterated the importance of strengthening the cyber security and data protection infrastructure in a statement.  He said, “The robust digital penetration has not just opened up new opportunities globally but has also amplified the concern around data security and privacy of users. It has become more critical than ever before to protect the sensitive details and information of the clients and the employees of an organization.”

Talking about the collaboration, Dr H C Jovan Didier, Professor of Swiss School of Management said, “With the rise of digitalisation globally and India’s innovation power, the need to be educated and trained well on ethics, best practices, and grounded theories becomes vital to the world’s progress. This programme is designed for future leaders, using a solid foundation of academic content combined with the newest insights on privacy management and data protection.”

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