UCLA Extension and GCI Cyber Certificate Program for Insurance Executives
Cyber security incidents such as data breaches represent an ever increasing threat to the reputation and financial stability of corporations. Informed Insurance Executives can play an essential role in helping corporations manage cyber risk.
The Insurance Cybersecurity Executive Certificate (ICEC) program is the first-of-its-kind training and certification program aimed at educating insurance professionals about fundamental IT perils, cyber coverage and risk management. In this two-day program, participants will gain technical knowledge to effectively respond to cyber risk exposures from an enterprise risk management perspective and make better underwriting, claims, and pricing decisions by accurately analyzing cyber risk coverage for various insurance policies.
UCLA Extension and GCI Cyber Certificate Program for Business Executives
UCLA Extension and GCI Cyber Certificate Program for Lawyers
The UCLA Extension and GCI Cyber Certificate Program for Lawyers provides lawyers with the fundamental concepts of cyber security and its application to governance, risk management, insurance, and incident response. Insight into concepts, practices, legal requirements, and case studies is presented from the viewpoint of a lawyer and drawn from examples of cyber security designs, plans, incident responses, insurance policies and procedures that were effective and ineffective in countering potential threats and actual attacks. This program is led by UCLA Extension and GCI’s world-class legal scholars and cyber security experts composed of Fortune 500 CISO’s, insurance executives, cyber innovators, practicing and former senior government officials, risk executives, and peers. This is not a technical curriculum.
UCLA Extension and GCI Cyber Certificate Program for CISOs
The UCLA Extension and GCI Cyber Certificate Program for Chief Information Security Officers is the first-of-its-kind training and certification program aimed at producing top-level information security executives. The CISO does not focus solely on technical knowledge, but on the application of information security management principles from an executive management point of view. Through this program, you will build knowledge of the tools and protocols needed to navigate, use, and manage security technologies as well as gain insight into the legal, social, and political dynamics of the cyber world.
UCLA Extension and GCI Digital Forensics Program for Attorneys
GCI and UCLA Extension are premier institutions for the study of cyber security law and the analysis of digital evidence. The program brings together world-class legal scholars and cyber security experts to provide lawyers the chance to learn and engage in a variety of cyber security challenges, especially those related to the identification, acquisition and introduction of digital evidence in civil and criminal cases and how to prepare and depose digital forensic experts and strategies for understanding a digital forensics expert report. Get hands-on experience and gain technical expertise with computer forensics and digital analysis from lawyers and practitioners. The Digital Forensics Certificate for Attorneys is a program specifically designed for attorneys that simplifies the technical aspects of digital forensics into a non-technical discussion that benefits all involved.
UCLA Extension GCI Cyber Certificate Program for Arbitrators and Mediators
The UCLA Extension and GCI Cyber Certificate Program for Arbitrators and Mediators empowers arbitrators and mediators with the knowledge and tools to maintain the promise of confidentiality in an environment of cyber attacks and data breaches. The Cyber Security Certificate for Arbitrators and Mediators provides education and training on securing information, how to prevent and handle a cyber security breach, and the possible impact on the system of arbitration. Current practices and existing duties will be analyzed. This comprehensive two-day program addresses both procedural and substantive considerations arising from cyber security challenges, including the admissibility of hacked evidence, questions of attribution of conduct, and practical, actionable measures to improve the cyber security of arbitration-related information.