While the world is preoccupied with the Covid-19 pandemic, there is another threat that lurks in cyberspace and puts businesses and governments at risk.
In the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, data is the new oil and is considered a very valuable asset of both the private and public sectors. Data is key to discovering new markets, understanding customer insights, optimizing and automating tasks, forecasting trends, and so on.
With the increasing reliance on online connectivity as a result of the pandemic, cybercrime is a growing threat and has, in fact, affected many organizations and businesses. Securing an organization’s systems and networks and safeguarding precious data from theft and damage is paramount to keeping customers and investors assured of their safety and privacy.
To help organizations manage cyber threats, the Asian Institute of Management offers the Cybersecurity Executive Course for a holistic approach to cybersecurity. Participants will be able to view cybersecurity from three dimensions: Leadership, Management, and Technology to understand, assess, and address the impact of cyber risk, and develop strategies and policies to ensure their organizations’ cybersecurity.
Cybersecurity experts and leaders from telecoms and digital services provider PLDT and its wireless subsidiary, Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart), will lead the learning sessions on how to build cyber-resilient organizations. Some of the topics to be covered include cyber laws, policies, standards, and ethics; cyber attack techniques, tools and tactics; cybersecurity strategy design; and many more.
The program is designed for managers and senior managers who deal with challenges at the operational level. Organizations and businesses in all industries with a presence in cyberspace are advised to attend this program. C-Suites and Executives who handle strategic cybersecurity issues and policies are invited to take part in specific modules.
The Asian Institute of Management is a premier management Institute and is located at 123 Paseo de Roxas, Makati City. For more information about the program and how to participate, kindly email [email protected] or visit https://go.aim.edu/seellinquiries.