What is cyber resilience?
Cyber resilience refers to an entity’s ability to continuously deliver the intended outcome despite adverse cyber events. Adverse cyber events are those that negatively impact the availability, integrity or confidentiality of networked IT systems and associated information and services. These events may be intentional (e.g. cyber attack) or unintentional (e.g. failed software update) and caused by humans or nature or a combination thereof.
Which Program is right for me?
The Cyber Leadership program is an advanced, executive level program for cyber leaders who want to develop their executive skills, c-suite stakeholder and Board engagement, and become a leading CISO. See more FAQs of this program here.
The Executive Cyber Resilience Program is for:
- Senior business executives who want to effectively challenge their cyber resilience postures and actively contribute to strategic initiatives
- Risk management, governance and assurance professionals who want to develop highly effective cyber assurance or governance models within their firms.
- Business professionals in sales, procurement, information technology, marketing, product development, operations, and other strategy-related functions seeking to engage in deeper and meaningful relationships with their clients.
The Cyber Strategy and Transformation Program has been designed for technical cyber security or IT professionals leaders who want to get a more holistic understanding of cyber risk, and want to take a leadership role in helping their organisations becoming more cyber resilient.
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What is the Global Cyber Alliance?
Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) is an international, cross-sector effort dedicated to eradicating cyber risk and improving our connected world. GCA focuses on reducing cyber risk by developing and deploying practical, real-world solutions that measurably improve our collective cybersecurity. Find out more