The Cybersecurity landscape has been marked by increasingly complex threats over the last few years, with highly damaging consequences for organizations and end-point users. Leaders, institutions, and companies must therefore develop resilient risk mitigation strategies. Such measures require a complete realignment in the threat-led approach, as Cybersecurity now represents a strategic digital transformation issue for high-performing enterprises.
Yet a critical Cyber-risk skills and workforce gap remains. Therefore, equipping your staff with the most up-to-date intelligence is vital to delivering effective responses and targeted action to outsmart cyber-disruption.
Through our course, you will learn to confidently navigate the digital realm to identify threats, secure your organization and assets, harden your digital defenses, and seize new business possibilities.
3 Days Program
SIT Alumni Members Fee
Corporate fee applicable for 3-5 participants per company.
The Cybersecurity Program is an offline intensive learning course with a comprehensive combination of various methodologies:
Interactive lectures by an academic expert
Expert lectures by experienced leaders in Cybersecurity
Real-life case discussions
Group work and exchanges
Cybersecurity as a Boardroom Level Conversation
Cybersecurity Measurements and Investment
Cybersecurity Management and Strategy
Are you a prospective applicant? Does this program match your profile? Here is an overview of the Program’s areas of interest:
If you are engaged at different managerial levels in organizations. You need to understand the key role of security and the need to recognize and support Cybersecurity at an organizational level.
If you are responsible for the design of a new system and/or its significant adaptations. You need to understand the implications and impacts of security precautions, identify security requirements, and address them through design.
If you are responsible for the operations of infrastructure components. The components cover a broad range of services, from network and operating systems and middleware, to end applications.
If you are responsible for security management and related operations. The role includes incident-handling and response, forensics, security monitoring, vulnerability management, and software assessment.
If you are responsible for managing a community of end users, granting access to resources or using/running identity management related to users, suspending/banning users.
If you are responsible for acquiring new facilities (hardware, software).
If you want to gain a deeper understanding of Cybersecurity principles for your business.