American University's Kogod School of Business invites applications for a tenure-line faculty position in cybersecurity governance and risk management.
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The Kogod Cybersecurity Governance Center (KCGC) at American University aims to promote responsible cybersecurity governance by providing organizational leaders and their designees with thoughtful, practical and well-supported guidance on the cybersecurity issues that are essential to their core stakeholder responsibilities.
Today's leaders are in urgent need of shared intelligence, emerging best practices and managerial guidance to meet the challenges posed by cybersecurity, while also maximizing its opportunities. The economic, organizational and technological dimensions of cybersecurity require a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach to responsible governance.
The Kogod School of Business at American University's location in Washington, D.C. puts the Center in a unique position to access, integrate, synthesize and report on leading edge research and practice in both the private and public sector.
KCGC co-sponsors and participates in "Cybersecurity in an Age of Uncertainty: US-Israel Perspectives," a two-day conference exploring cutting-edge US-Israeli cyberpolicy issues, including cyber theft prevention and response.
Keynote and the Panel discussions:
KCGC co-sponsors event bringing together regional CIOs and CISOs from the higher education sector to discuss cybersecurity program development and strategies for increasing top-level engagement.
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KCGC | In Practice.
KCGC Deputy Director Rebekah Lewis sits down with Federal News Radio to discuss the role of management and organizational culture in cybersecurity.
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