A key challenge for leaders is navigating cybersecurity in an uncertain, complex, and evolving threat landscape.
Increasingly, CEOs and CIOs focus on cybersecurity against a backdrop of new ways of working, digital transformation, and information systems management
Our Cyber Leadership Program draws on leadership, strategy and data analytics insights to explore the cyber ecosystem, and supports leaders to reconceptualise the cyber problem.
The program is shaped by industry voices and features practical components to help leaders proactively identify the extent of their business’s cyber resilience based on, and aligned to, their business strategy.
Melbourne Business School
University of Melbourne
Strategy and Governance
Part 1 (AM) - Setting the Scene
A strategic leadership approach
A cyber leadership approach
Part 2 (PM) - Framing the Cyber Problem
Cybersecurity in practice
- Understanding organisational context
- Management practices
- Understanding the threat landscape
- Strategy and governance
Applied case study
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF MANAGEMENT
With a PhD in social psychology, Jennifer specialises in organisational behaviour, negotiation and people management, and conducts research into the ways in which power is used in the workplace.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF COMPUTING AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS
As Deputy Director of the Academic Centre of Cyber Security Excellence at the University of Melbourne, Atif leads a unique team of experts drawn from information systems, business administration, security intelligence and information warfare.
CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER
Michael is a strategic and innovative information security leader and CIO of Tesserent. He has a focus on technology selection, implementation, measurement and optimisation, applied to environments that demand proven and tangible cyber resilience.