A new three-day Executive Education Programme in Oxford, December 5-7 2018
Oxford Analytica and Oxford University’s Centre for Technology and Global Affairs are hosting a new three-day Cybersecurity Executive Education Programme in Oxford on 5th - 7th December 2018
- Cyberspace is transforming the critical nexus of politics, economics, government and business
- Cyber threats are widely discussed but rarely anticipated
- Opportunities are recognised yet often unrealised
- Technological change is vastly outpacing the design of policy responses
Despite growing experience with cyber phenomena, there is limited understanding of how the related technologies affect the affairs of states, businesses and institutions.
The Cybersecurity: Frontiers of Strategy and Policy Executive Education Programme will equip participants with the conceptual frameworks and practical insights to understand and navigate cybersecurity challenges within the context of a complex global macro environment.
In addition to benefitting from the combined knowledge and expertise of Oxford University and Oxford Analytica, you will have the opportunity to learn from renowned experts with extensive backgrounds in computer science and social science research as well as strategy and policymaking.
The programme will also incorporate a practical simulation exercise designed to develop participants’ experiential insights.
Who should attend?
This course is especially designed for decision-makers and influencers with responsibility for or a deep interest in the making of public policy and business strategy – and the impact and related risks of technological change.
Participants who complete the three-day course will receive a formal University certificate from the University of Oxford.
To find out more and to express your interest, please register your details.