Cybersecurity Leadership for Non-Technical Executives

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Cyber risk and cybersecurity are a source of frustration for executives and government officials who spend inordinate time and worry trying to protect their data from sophisticated phishing schemes, ransomware, state-sponsored hacking. However, cybersecurity issues are not purely a technology problem—they are multi-headed hydras that need to be addressed with a multi-disciplinary approach. This timely cybersecurity course provides general managers with a holistic approach to keeping your company secure.

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  • Guntram H: Comprehensive introduction into the matter of cybersecurity. I benefited from the lectures as well as from the class discussions with a number of international participants. And would have liked to learn more about the technical topics behind it.

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  • Christina S: Interesting perspectives from knowledgeable speakers.

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  • Sebastien G: Perfect course for business leaders in search of a holistic approach to understanding and addressing cybersecurity topics. Interactive class experience leveraging cases, frameworks and first-hand experience of faculty and participants alike. Fireside chat session very engaging.

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  • Stephen A: Really enjoyed this course. The content was great for people with and without cyber security experience.

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  • Jason L: Geared towards those who are not CIOs/CISOs, the cybersecurity Leadership for Non-Technical Executives provides an excellent discourse on fundamentals of cybersecurity, approaches to developing a culture of cybersafety, and development of holistic implementation strategies.

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