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We live in a digital world where adversaries are constantly seeking ways to exploit vulnerabilities, cybersecurity initiatives don’t always produce return on investment, “when” rather than “if” is why incident response teams are a necessary, and insider threats challenge our ability to safeguard our organization’s critical assets. In this session, learn why leaders need to move beyond yearly, one-hour training sessions and take an active role in creating a cybersecurity culture, and how shifting responsibility to all, instilling awareness that extends beyond the organization, and recognizing success can transform employees into cyber heroes.
Careers are typically an evolutionary process, especially now when the average adult is likely to change careers 5 to 7 times during their working lives. In fact, according to some, about 30% of the workforce now changes jobs every 12 months. Granted, these statistics are for the private sector, but that’s still something to keep in mind today as we talk about creating cybersecurity culture. How do we do that when there is that much change in the workforce?
This program covers topics in the Leadership Development track.
Executive Core Qualification (ECQ) covered in this session: Leading Change (Creativity and Innovation, External Awareness, Strategic Thinking, Vision).
Kathleen Hyde began teaching at Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont, in 2014. She is the Chair of Cybersecurity Programs (Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics) in the division of Continuing Professional Studies (CPS). As an Assistant Professor, she is responsible for course development and instruction. Her portfolio of previous instruction includes: Foundations of Cybersecurity, Ethical Hacking, Emerging Threats & Defenses, Forensics Anti and Network, Networking and Security, Operating System Security, and Managing IT Risk courses.