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Cybersecurity is an enterprise-wide, executive imperative well beyond reliance on technical expertise. It is a high-level issue on leadership agendas across all sectors, a critical business and social issue, and a serious economic and national security challenge. The security of cyber assets is vital to public confidence in the nation’s critical infrastructures such as energy, transportation systems, communications, personal identifying information (PII), financial services and more.
Yet recurring high-profile incidents confirm cybersecurity breaches are the new normal in American government and business. All Federal Senior Executives are potentially impacted by a cybersecurity breach. The question is not whether your agency will be attacked, but how well your agency is prepared and how effectively your leadership team responds.
Senior management time and attention have been identified as critical drivers to effectively ameliorate risks to cybersecurity. This SES Enterprise Leadership Lab focuses on improving Senior Executive preparedness through heightened attention, sharpened perception and diagnosis, and accelerated response time. It ensures Senior Executive enterprise leaders are aware of and practiced in the dynamics involved within and among leadership teams as they address in real-time cyberbreach events, including the strategic, cultural, operational and technical dynamics, to name a few.
This Lab will provide Federal Senior Executives with the opportunity to:
This government-wide SES Enterprise Leadership Lab is designed exclusively for Career SES, Senior Level (SL), Scientific or Professional (ST), and other Career SES equivalents. This Lab is especially useful for senior Federal leaders who want to develop a deeper understanding of cybersecurity issues in government, including organization-wide responses to cybersecurity breaches. The Lab is not a substitute for technical training in cybersecurity required for CIO personnel.
FEI’s SES Enterprise Leadership Labs are part of FEI’s SES Leading EDGE portfolio, a government-wide continuum of learning that strengthens the Senior Executive through all phases of the SES life cycle starting with entry into the SES.
To support continuing executive development, the SES Enterprise Leadership Labs are immersive, interactive programs that feature:
Tuition includes all educational services, materials, morning and afternoon break service and lunch.