Designed for business leaders, managers and employees who want to:
- develop formalized security knowledge
- increase cyber fluency
- implement real-world solutions to prevent and protect against security breaches
It is estimated that damages sustained by U.S. companies due to cybersecurity breaches will surpass $6 Trillion by 2021.It’s no wonder that company’s are actively seeking cybersmart managers to protect their intellectual property. With future job growth in the sector expected to exceed 37% per year through 2022, now is the time to build the cyber skills that can energize and support your business career.
Gain cybersecurity know-how through an interactive online certificate, featuring real-world situations that help you become a security advocate and leader for your organization.
Development of a robust Cybersecurity plan, tailored to needs of your team and your organizationBest practices that will help you secure your company’s assets and intellectual property immeciately Fluency and confidence in the language of Cybersecurity, easing communication and buy-in between your stakeholders The knowledge and network to build future security programs and processes.
As cyber threats persist, directors and executives need to step up their cyber risk oversight. The responsibility for handling cyber risk goes well beyond the CISO - cybersecurity should be a business discussion, with the right executives in the room and a sophisticated understanding of the threats.
Amandeep Lamba, Principal - Cybersecurity & Privacy, PwC
Understand how modern networks work and the role security technologies have in protecting them
Examine attack methods that adversaries use to exploit systems and how organizations can combat them
Manage risk, implement frameworks and audit methodologies, and plan for business continuity and disaster recovery
C. Coleman McGehee Professor of Commerce; Associate Director, Center for the Management of Information Technology; Associate Professor of Commerce