Cyber Governance: Protect and safeguard your business assets from the risk of cyber attack

Cyber security is a national threat and priority, and about one-third of business houses worldwide have experienced cybercrime, resulting in disruption, and loss of information, brand position and revenue. It therefore mandates that business leaders from corporate and government organisations recognise the importance of cyber-security strategy, and equip themselves to secure their business assets.

The programme envisages raising awareness by providing a snapshot of the cyber crime landscape, demystifying technical terms such as ‘zero-day exploits’, and exposing the latest trends pursued by cybercriminals. The course will also help participants assess their organisation’s risk potential, thereby enabling them to go back with an answer to how much the organisation should spend on new frontier technologies to enhance cyber security. The sessions will also help participants drive change initiatives in creating and developing a strong security culture within the organisation.

Dates and Venue

February 25, 2018 - February 28, 2018
INR 1,35,000 plus tax
ISB, Hyderabad Campus
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Who should attend

This programme targets Executives and General Managers who are responsible for significant business units or departments within their company. Typically, this includes people holding positions such as Department Head, Director, Vice President and President. In addition, the programme is appropriate for leaders of key staff positions such as Human Resources, Legal, Risk Management and Marketing.

KEY BENEFITS

  • Understand the nature and scope of cyber criminality, and adopt best practices when it comes to organisational/business vertical cyber hygiene
  • Explore risk management techniques to mitigate cyber security threats and diverse cyber governance frameworks
  • Resolve the dilemma of balancing a cyber-security budget
  • Evaluate organisation security culture and get insights on how to make it more resilient
  • Learn about new technologies that may play a role in cyber security in the future
  • Understand the challenges of managing and budgeting cyber defence

Faculty

Les Bell is an adjunct lecturer in the Department of Computing at Macquarie University, Australia, and an expert in cyber security for more than 30 years.
John Baird comes with more than 30 years of experience in Information Technology.