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USC Marshall School of Business

Digital and Cyber-security Governance

Available dates

Mar 3—4, 2020
2 days
Los Angeles, California, United States
USD 5500
USD 2750 per day


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About the course

Corporate directors and CEO’s face a wide range of challenges around information technology oversight. This two-day course offers you a unique world-class program in digital and cyber-security oversight in a collaborative, peer learning environment. You will finish the program with the foundational skills and tools to begin to fulfill your duties as a corporate director around the complex and volatile digital governance risk landscape.

Topics and Sessions:

  • Leading practices in digital governance
  • Emerging technologies
  • Cyber-security threat landscape
  • Data management concepts
  • Cyber-attack simulation
  • Enabling Digital Transformation
  • Digital governance board composition
  • Technology and cyber-security committee charter and agenda
  • Regulatory landscape and Insurance

Who should attend

This program is perfect for sitting corporate directors, executives, and CEOs.

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Bob Zukis

MBA U Chicago; BBA Acctg, Texas Tech Bob Zukis has twenty-five years of applied business strategy and operations experience as a management consultant, business executive, author and speaker with extensive experience in Asia and Europe. His past employers have included PwC Management Consulting....


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