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PROTECT AGAINST CYBER RISK

CISO Executive Certificate Program

CISO Executive Certificate Program

PROTECT AGAINST CYBER RISK

Cybersecurity and artificial intelligence are top challenges for governments, corporations, and many other organizations in today’s digital world. Duke University’s certificate program equips Chief Information Security Officers (CISO), executives, and managers with cutting-edge, adaptive, and interdisciplinary training that enables them to navigate the increasingly complex environment of their organizations and beyond.

The CISO Executive Certificate Program has been developed with Founding Partner Paladin Capital. Paladin is a leading global investor that supports and grows the world’s most innovative cyber and artificial intelligence companies.

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The 11-week Duke CISO Executive Certificate Program is designed to empower chief information security officers, government officials, corporate managers, and executives to confidently and effectively address cybersecurity threats. Moreover, the course will enhance competitiveness in the field by fostering the foresight needed to adeptly manage future cyber and artificial intelligence risks. 
 
Facilitated by leading global experts and practitioners, participants will engage in a rigorous online curriculum and gain proficiency in diverse subjects, including but not limited to cloud security, operational technology security, artificial intelligence/machine learning security, and various other pertinent topics.

Ready to make a difference? Earn your CISO certification from Duke today

The 11-week Duke CISO Executive Certificate Program is designed to empower chief information security officers, government officials, corporate managers, and executives to confidently and effectively address cybersecurity threats. Moreover, the course will enhance competitiveness in the field by fostering the foresight needed to adeptly manage future cyber and artificial intelligence risks. 

 
Facilitated by leading global experts and practitioners, participants will engage in a rigorous online curriculum and gain proficiency in diverse subjects, including but not limited to cloud security, operational technology security, artificial intelligence/machine learning security, and various other pertinent topics.

Ready to make a difference? Take a step towards a safer digital future

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Program Director

Arturo Ehuan

Executive in Residence at the Pratt School of Engineering

Art Ehuan is the Executive in Residence at the Pratt School of Engineering and Executive Director of the Master of Engineering in Cybersecurity Program. Previously Art served as the Vice President at Palo Alto Networks, a global cybersecurity corporation and managing director at Alvarez & Marsal, global cyber risk service management practice, an international consulting firm. Art has held cybersecurity leadership roles at USAA, Northrop Grumman Corporation and Cisco Systems. Art has worked with governments and law enforcement in the U.S. and overseas on cybersecurity cases, frequently giving expert testimony in federal, military, and state courts on digital forensics and cybercrime matters. For nearly two decades he has served as a lecturer for the U.S. State Department’s Anti-Terrorism Assistance Cyber Training Program, and he previously also worked as a supervisory special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and a special agent for the U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations. Art has been retained as a cyber expert on prominent data breaches to include Sony Pictures, Target, Anthem, Equifax, Marriott and Capital One. 

Art Euhan Headshot

Program Director

Arturo Ehuan

Executive in Residence at the Pratt School of Engineering

Art Ehuan is the Executive in Residence at the Pratt School of Engineering and Executive Director of the Master of Engineering in Cybersecurity Program. Previously Art served as the Vice President at Palo Alto Networks, a global cybersecurity corporation and managing director at Alvarez & Marsal, global cyber risk service management practice, an international consulting firm.

Cybersecurity Leadership Program Testimonials

“It is a fantastic course specifically for nontechnical individuals. As an executive the materials that I learned are very important and will help me make better decisions.”

– 2022 CLP Participant

“Every session had value and completed the mosaic needed to gain a full understanding of cybersecurity and the issues/challenges/benefits surrounding the topic.”

– 2022 CLP Participant

“I learned new tools for cybersecurity and look forward to another course.”

– 2022 CLP Participant

Why Duke's CISO Certificate?

Our CISO program, specially designed by Duke experts and key industry partners, addresses the knowledge gap for CISOs, executives, and managers who might find it challenging to navigate the broader business needs of their role. Specifically tailored with consideration for US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulatory requirements, the course aims to equip CISOs, executives, and managers with the necessary insights to offer optimal cybersecurity advice and guidance to their organizations. 

Engage with the Duke Cyber Community

The cybersecurity world is constantly evolving with the development of new technologies. As the world grows, so do the threats to the cybersecurity space. Within Duke’s cyber community, students, faculty, and working practitioners collaborate to develop creative solutions to the cyber threats of tomorrow. 

Interested in pursuing a graduate degree in cybersecurity?

 

Discover the Cybersecurity Master of Engineering program.

Looking to learn more about tech policy?

Visit the Tech Policy @ Sanford initiative at Duke’s School of Public Policy

Our CISO program, specially designed by Duke experts and key industry partners, addresses the knowledge gap for CISOs, executives, and managers who might find it challenging to navigate the broader business needs of their role. Specifically tailored with consideration for US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulatory requirements, the course aims to equip CISOs, executives, and managers with the necessary insights to offer optimal cybersecurity advice and guidance to their organizations. 

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“It is a fantastic course specifically for nontechnical individuals. As an executive the materials that I learned are very important and will help me make better decisions.”

– 2022 Participant


 

“Every session had value and completed the mosaic needed to gain a full understanding of cybersecurity and the issues/challenges/benefits surrounding the topic.”

– 2022 Participant


 

“I learned new tools for cybersecurity and look forward to another course.”

– 2022 Participant

The cybersecurity world is constantly evolving with the development of new technologies. As the world grows, so do the threats to the cybersecurity space. Within Duke’s cyber community, students, faculty, and working practitioners collaborate to develop creative solutions to the cyber threats of tomorrow. 

 

Interested in pursuing a graduate degree in cybersecurity?
Discover the Cybersecurity Master of Engineering program.

Looking to learn more about tech policy? 
Visit the Tech Policy@Sanford initiattive at the School of Public Policy.