Managing Cyber Risk (is your business)
A Holistic View of Cyber Risk and the Technical, Business and Legal Strategies to Manage it
This one or two day synchronous, online workshop:
Enables you to understand the risks your organization faces and the strategies you can take to mitigate them.
Broadens the aperture, approaching cyber risk from a lens that integrates technical, business, and legal contexts.
Integrates academic learning with the practical experience of industry professionals.
When it comes to cyber risk, we are clearly at a learnable moment. It is time for a wake-up call and a recognition that it is an enterprise risk that will only be solved by an entire organization. Conventional cyber education is not up to the task. It is too technology-focused. Organizations fail to see cyber risk as a business challenge, much less empower leaders to do something about it.
Managing Cyber Risk is different. It is designed for non-technical executives to help you develop the know-how to tackle cyber risk holistically and to enable business people to understand and think differently about cyber risk.
This holistic view of cyber risk empowers you to have a conversation with your Board and emphasize to all employees their role in protecting the company against cyber threats.
Managing Cyber Risk is presented by The Lesley H. and William L. Collins College of Professional Studies at St. John’s University in partnership with the e2 collaborative, a pioneer in the curation and delivery of live-online executive education experiences.
The Lesley H. and William L. Collins College of Professional Studies
The Lesley H. and William L. Collins College of Professional Studies develops well-rounded professionals capable of integrating theoretical knowledge with applied concepts learned through classroom, practice, online activities, local and global service-learning, and academic and career-focused internships.
Innovative and fast-paced professional programs — in administration and economics, analytics, communications, computer science, criminal justice and homeland security, information technology, journalism, media, sport management, and more — embed foundational social sciences topics in the various professions, cultivating both general and specialized competencies.
About e2 Collaborative
The e2 Collaborative curates, designs, and delivers transformative workshops that enable organizations to cultivate the next generation of leaders and maximize their return on people. Our workshops combine advanced diagnostic instruments, proven social science research, and customized experiential content specific to our participants’ industry, objectives, and environment.
The e2 Collaborative is reinventing executive education with an unwavering purpose: helping leaders to foster and drive exponential engagement across their organizations, market ecosystems, and society at large in order to deliver sustainable performance.
Cybercrime has evolved from the work of isolated hackers to include that of states and organized groups. Its focus now is less on individual exploits aimed at stealing customer data or trade secrets and more on systemic campaigns with broad impact. We will:
- Survey the landscape of cybercriminals. Who are they and who they are becoming?
- Consider the range of cyber targets from high-profile individuals to organizations, nation states, and even economic systems.
- Explore their motivations. What are they after – confidential information, disruption, ransom?
- Drill into two case studies: the very recent SolarWinds Orion exploit as well as the Notpetya attack, the most impactful cyber event on record.
Managing Cyber Risk is a unique, synchronous, online Executive Education experience. Successful completion enables you to:
Live, synchronous, online learning can be just as successful as a traditional classroom model. Online learning can be more inclusive and more intimate, enhancing peer-to-leader, and peer-to-peer education. In no area is this truer than executive education, where you and your fellow learners are located across the world and face the demands of full-time jobs.
Dialing in to a dreary webinar is a thing of the past. At e2 collaborative, we bring our efforts into the digital era in three ways.
Managing Cyber Risk(is your business)
Become a cyber risk leader for your organization. Understand what you need to do to protect your company, your customers, and your strategic partners in a world at cyber war.