In the last two decades, as digital adoption has spread across the world and radically transformed how organisations, governments and citizens interact, securing cyberspace has become a global, multi-billion dollar challenge. Cyber attacks have grown exponentially in frequency, complexity and sophistication, disrupting business, costing billions in damage, and sowing deep distrust. The problem continues to accelerate. As more business is conducted online and processes are automated, the more vulnerable organisations are to attack.
Businesses and leading executives, however, are looking beyond fear to create a competitive cyber strategy.
The Oxford Cyber Security for Business Leaders Programme prepares leaders from all industries for the increasingly complex future of cyber security. Participants will gain a full understanding of the challenges and potential of cyber, along with the frameworks and vocabulary enabling them to make strategic decisions to help secure their organisation’s cyber-resilient future.
Over six modules, participants will access key ideas, principles and frameworks from thought leaders and academic instructors. Participants will learn how to build a cyber security strategy based on growth and trust, creating competitive advantage for their organisation.
Designed specifically for working executives, the programme design incorporates cognitive and neuroscience research to help busy professionals learn faster and more efficiently, and uses next-generation artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to enhance the collaborative learning experience and build rapport among programme participants.