Privacy and Cybersecurity for Businesses

Start Date: Jul 17, 2023 End Date: Jul 21, 2023
Last Date for Application: July 3, 2023 Last Date for Early Bird: June 26, 2023
Programme Fee: 126000 INR

Plus, GST

Early Bird Fee: 117180 INR

Plus, GST

With the rise of data science and machine learning, companies are awash in customer data and powerful new ways to gain insight from that data. But in the absence of regulation and clear guidelines from most federal or state governments, it’s difficult for companies to understand what qualifies as reasonable use and determine how to act in the best interest of their customers. How do they build, not erode, trust?


Additionally, with the rise of data in organisations the threats of cyberattacks also increase. Globally there is a rise in the number of cyberattacks across different sectors as organisations become more data-centric. This program will throw light on the aspects of instilling cyber resiliency and implementing a cybersecurity strategy aligned with the organization’s priorities.


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The programme is designed to help participants understand the nuances of the privacy and cybersecurity issues in organisations. This course will help participants develop strategies that allow a company to be a good steward, collecting, using, and storing customer data responsibly. How do you transform the culture and embed cybersecurity capabilities in different aspects of the organisation? How do you create effective strategies that may minimise the impact of cyberattacks on businesses? What should be your response strategy in case of a cyberattack?

Privacy-preserving measures are consumer-focused actions and responsible to instil trust in the customers. On the other side, cybersecurity measures, which are internally focused actions, are equally responsible to make organizations robust for meeting the end goal of inspiring trust in the end consumers. The programme will cover both external (privacy-preserving) and internal focus (back-end security measures) of an organization.

  • Privacy by design
  • Privacy compliance and regulations
  • Privacy and artificial intelligence
  • Data protection and breach of privacy
  • Cybersecurity risk and resilience
  • Building long term cyber capabilities
  • Crisis response related to cybersecurity breaches
  • Leadership in the privacy and cybersecurity age

Some of the key learnings from the programme would be:

  • Guide to the foundations of privacy and cybersecurity and their role in making cyber resilient organisations.
  • Understand the concepts of privacy by design.
  • Establish compliance with GDPR, data protection and privacy related regulations.
  • Embed “security by design” into new products and businesses.
  • Transform the culture and embed cybersecurity capabilities in different aspects of the organisation.
  • Create effective strategies that may minimise the impact of cyberattacks on businesses.
  • Design response strategy in case of a cyberattack.

This programme is recommended for senior and middle management who are in strategic roles of ensuring privacy and cybersecurity in organisations across industries. It will be useful for business leaders, technical professionals, policy makers and consultants who rely on data driven decision making. Product managers, data administrators, data scientists and those interfacing technology and enterprise units will also benefit from the programme.

No technical background is required.

Faculty Chair

Adrija Majumdar

Anuj Kapoor

Programme Faculty