Cybersecurity for Managers: A Playbook

PROGRAM


Cybersecurity for Managers: A Playbook




Course Dates:
24/06/2021 To 11/08/2021


Cost:
USD $ 2800

Language of Instruction:
English





Minimizing cybercrime damage and disruption is not just the responsibility of the IT department; it’s every employee's job. There are managerial, strategic, and financial considerations in becoming cybersecure. This new online program helps you create a playbook with actionable next steps towards creating a more cyber-aware culture.

When a security breach happens, the disruption and damage can vary widely. But one thing is for certain: the effects ripple through the entire organization, often having significant operational and financial implications.

Creating a cybersecure organization is a necessary goal today. Decisions about cybersecurity have implications throughout your organization—not only for technology-focused teams, but for every team. Sophisticated phishing schemes, ransomware, and data breaches are on the rise, and their level of complexity is increasing. Therefore, all of us have a role to play in keeping our organization secure.

Based on our highly-rated in-person course, Cybersecurity Leadership for Non-Technical Executives, this online program will teach you:

  • How to select and use the right frameworks to enhance cybersecurity decision-making in your organization
  • How to assess risk, improve defenses, and reduce vulnerabilities in your organization
  • How to speak the language of cybersecurity to enable informed conversations with your technology teams and colleagues, and ensure your organization is as cybersecure as possible


MIT Sloan Executive Education, MIT Sloan School of Management



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