Effective Cybersecurity - Executive Education Program
Elizabeth Villar - Global Content & Client Relations Manager
Artificial Intelligence and cybersecurity define today's business and organizational environment and impact every part of the organization's operations, growth, and success. Creating effective and resilient cybersecurity requires an interdisciplinary approach, asking the right questions, and bringing together leaders from across the organization, its supply chain, and regulators. This program will boost your career by giving you the tools to effectively contribute and lead a sustainable, cyber-resilient digital transformation.
Israel, aka The Start-Up Nation, has nurtured a flourishing tech ecosystem, a resilient critical infrastructure, and ground-breaking technological innovations. Situated in Israel's cultural, financial, and technological capital, Tel Aviv University shares Israel's unshakable spirit of openness and innovation. "Effective cybersecurity" is a collaborative effort between two world-leading faculties: the Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center (ICRC) and the Lahav Executive Education, Coller School of Management. This thought-provoking and unique program generates value by leveraging the mature and advanced expertise of Israeli cybersecurity visionaries, practitioners, and scientists.
- Gain a comprehensive understanding of how digital transformation and cybersecurity, the two sides of the same coin, play a critical role in organizational growth and success.
- Deepen your knowledge of the cutting-edge interdisciplinary science of cybersecurity.
- Obtain a practical framework that you can use to assess risks, identify opportunities, and contribute to your organization's success.
- Learn to create impactful cybersecurity leadership and effective cybersecurity culture across your organization.
- Understand emerging threats, solutions, and processes to protect and prepare your organization for existing and new cyber threats.
- Network with practitioners, entrepreneurs, scientists, and peers.
Program Topics and Structure
- The program is customized according to the group or individual profile, sector, scope of operation and requirements.
- The interactive program comprises classroom lectures, case study discussions, workshops, and company visits. [Optional: a tabletop crisis-management exercise ]
- Business leaders, officials, academics and leading cybersecurity practitioners from the Israeli cyber ecosystem are the lecturers
- Lectures are delivered by key players in the Israeli cyber ecosystem: business leaders, officials, academics, and cybersecurity practitioners.
- Diverse expert delivers each session Company Visits
- Visit leading companies operating in your sector for an unparalleled view of best practices in your field.
- Visit Israeli and multinational tech corporations for a first-hand experience of Israel's cybersecurity ecosystem.
The program is led by Professor Major-General (Res.) Isaac Ben-Israel and Dr. Lior Tabansky. Professor Ben-Israel is a world-leading defense technologies scholar and one of the founding fathers of Israel's cybersecurity. He is the head of Tel Aviv University's Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center and Co-Director of Israel's Artificial Intelligence Task Force. Dr. Tabansky is a senior leader with seventeen years of cybersecurity governance experience and advises the World Bank and European, African, Singaporean, and Israeli leaders on digital transformation and cyber resilience. Dr. Tabansky, Head of Research Development for the Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center, is the program's Academic Director.
Logistics services included in the program:
- Local transportation during all program’s days
- Hotel's booking services (free of charge)
- Most meals
- Letters for Visa applications if needed (free of charge)
- Cultural visits with professional tour guide
Services not included
Air fare | Personal Insurance | Accommodation cost
Israel / On Site / Online
Participants receive a Tel Aviv University Executive Education Certificate from the Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center and Lahav Executive Education, Coller School of Management.