Board and Executive FAQs
Each Cyber Resolve seminar is an immersive experience designed to familiarize business leaders with governance-related cybersecurity topics. It features team delivery using a combination of board facilitators and cyber subject experts, and adds real-world applicability through speakers, field strategists and practitioners. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in strategic discussions and interactive activities, including an immersion breach simulation, designed to provide attendees with actionable tools for managing cyber risks facing their organization.
While it is not necessary for board members and executives to understand the specifics of every cybersecurity threat, being cybersecurity literate is intrinsically valuable. Our seminars enable board members to make sound and informed business decisions related to risk in an increasingly complex global business environment.
Our program is designed specifically for board members and executives and from your perspective. This isn’t about techno-speak but rather delivers on its promise to familiarize you with governance related cybersecurity topics and provide actionable tools to drive decision-making.
This program is designed specifically for board members and executives looking to gain strategic knowledge of cybersecurity issues that impact organizational risks.
- Yes. We’d be delighted to work with you to arrange meeting space for your board or committee.
- We choose our hotel and resort locations with spouses in mind. Please let us know if we can help make any arrangements. Many of our participants come early or stay after the program to enjoy the location with a spouse.
Registration includes all of the scheduled Cyber Resolve dynamic programming along with meals, snacks, and beverages. Hotel and any incidentals at the event are your responsibility.
Absolutely. We believe strongly that full or partial boards or full committees would greatly benefit from this education – especially if they take it together. We do offer discounts to encourage these larger groups to participate together.
Contact Jeff Welgan, Head of Executive Training Programs: [email protected].
Your convenience is paramount. If your plans change 30 or more days prior to your scheduled event, we will work with you to find an alternate date or change the name of the participant so someone may attend in your place. Each cancelled registration will be assessed a $500 cancellation fee. Cancellations must be received in writing no fewer than 30 calendar days before your event start date in order to qualify for a partial refund. If written notice is given within 29 calendar days of the event start date, you will forfeit the entire program fee unless it is transferred to another program or person.
Application for transfer credit must be received within 30 calendar days of the date on which we receive written notice of cancellation. Transferred credit (less the $500 cancellation fee) will apply only to programs that occur within 12 months of a cancellation. Please submit all cancellations and transfer requests via e-mail to registration[email protected]
Our current schedule includes three scheduled Cyber Resolve events in 2017. They are as follows:
- May 1, 2017 – New York, NY
- August 7, 2017 – San Francisco, CA
- November 1, 2017 – Chicago, IL
We will also be delivering private, in-boardroom events throughout 2017. If your board, committee, or executive team are interested in learning more about a private training session, please contact Jeff Welgan, Head of Executive Training Programs: [email protected].
We offer custom in-boardroom programs that specifically address your company needs. If your board, committee, or executive team are interested in learning more about a private training program, please contact Jeff Welgan, Head of Executive Training Programs: [email protected].
Our program is designed for Directors and Executives and focuses on governance, oversight, and management of cyber risk issues. We will increase your overall cyber literacy and provide you with actionable steps to manage cyber risk without getting deep into any technical details.
Yes. This program is ideally suited for those currently holding a board seat or one aspiring to hold a board seat.