NCSCC, together with the Global Center for Cyberspace Interaction, launched the first strategic leadership training program for managers in the field of cyber security in Ukraine
On October 7-8, 2022, the training course "Strategic Leadership Program for Ukrainian Cyber Security Managers SJC-2022" began. The main goal of the course is to increase the level of professional training of managers of the public and private sectors, politicians who are involved in the creation of joint strategic solutions on issues of cyber security.
The program was developed by the Global Center for Interaction in Cyberspace together with the best international experts and with the support of the The National Cybersecurity Coordination Center at the NSDC of Ukraine.
"We live in difficult times, when simultaneously with the military invasion in our country, the world's first cyber war is taking place. And just because we've been able to come together, we're not just holding back the enemy in cyberspace, we're gaining the upper hand. The state, critical infrastructure, cyber volunteers from all over the world, and business acted as a united front, and this became the key and decisive factor in our struggle," The Head of the Information Security and Cybersecurity Service of the Staff of NSDC of Ukraine, the NCSCC Secretary Natalia Tkachuk said.
Natalia Tkachuk also noted that the threat is not decreasing, escalation, attacks on critical infrastructure, the energy sector, etc. are expected. And, according to her, it is the wisdom, strategic leadership and interaction that are the basis of this program that are the conditions for ensuring the stability of our state in cyberspace.
The strategic leadership program consists of six modules, each of which is unique. 43 managers from the public and private sectors who work in the field of cyber security were selected for training. The implementation of the program has become a platform where they can share experiences, develop strategic thinking and make non-linear/asymmetric decisions to strengthen national cyber security capabilities.