Leadership in the Digital Age: Governing Cyber Risk and Driving Business Growth is a program developed by G100 Network, Columbia University Center for Technology Management, and Melissa Hathaway. Organizations of all types are experiencing increased data breaches, criminal activity, business disruption, and property destruction. The malicious cyber activities are pervasive, persistent, and pernicious. The risk is real and is driving governments to increase their market interventions, primarily through regulation and law, thus increasing the complexity of compliance for corporations who operate global businesses.
On April 11-12, this program will provide an intensive 1.5 days of experiential learning that facilitates actionable takeaways related to effective governance of digital risk. Through custom case studies, a hands-on simulation, and a team of globally recognized experts, participants will benefit in the following ways:
Gain a greater understanding and more comprehensive way of understanding cyber risks to your business
Receive a toolkit with new approaches to governance in the digital age
Learn about emerging and disruptive technologies — how to manage risk and accelerate technology adoption
Engage in candid conversations and make valuable connections, while expanding your professional network and trusted advisors; and
Receive a Certificate of Participation from Columbia University
This program was built for forward-thinking business leaders, C-suite executives, board directors, and members of a company’s executive team. For more information on pricing and available enterprise options, please visit the registration page or access the program agenda here.
For specific questions related to the program and enrollment, please direct your interest and questions to Trace Althans at G100 Network, firstname.lastname@example.org
About G100 Network
G100 Network is the preeminent executive peer to peer convening, learning, and development company. We offer membership programs for CEOs, executive teams, and board directors.