Chief Information Security Officer Program
Format: Executive Education – 9 Months
In today’s connected world, information security has emerged as a leading concern for individuals, organizations, and governments alike. As businesses digitalize rapidly and become more reliant on remote work, the potential for cyberattacks has increased dramatically. Cybersecurity, once confined to an IT function or a specialist role, has now become a strategic necessity, and the role of the chief information security officer (CISO) has become increasingly vital. The modern CISO must be a business leader, motivating collaboration across the organization and driving solutions that enable the company to manage evolving risk and achieve its business goals. If you want to discover powerful ways to build an enterprise-wide cybersecurity culture, the nine-month Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Program from NYU Tandon School of Engineering is for you.
- Crafting and Communicating the Information Security Risk Story
- Risk Frameworks and Assessment Methodologies/Tools
- Understanding Threats and Leveraging Threat Intelligence
Who Should Attend
The CISO Program is ideal for senior professionals in cybersecurity-focused and IT management roles across diverse industries. Whether you have just stepped into a CISO role (or equivalent), are working as a consultant in the cybersecurity field, or are a rising security or IT executive tasked with overseeing your organization’s overall cybersecurity operations and strategy, you will benefit from the in-depth curriculum, expert faculty, and invaluable networking opportunities of this program.
- CISO as a Leader
- Information Security and Cyber Risk Management
- Risk and Information Security Programs
Presented in partnership with Emeritus