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We are now accepting applications for the 2024 CISO Executive Education Program. Applications for individuals interested in participating in the upcoming program should be completed by April 30th, 2024. Once submitted, the team will review your application to determine whether you are a good fit for the program. Please see below for key program dates and deadlines: 

Application Deadline: April 30, 2024

Week 1 (In-Person): May 20 – 23, 2024

Weeks 2-10 (Online): May 27 – July 26, 2024

Final Examination: August 8, 2024

Billy Evans teaching a group of students

We are now accepting applications for the 2024 CISO Executive Education Program. Applications for individuals interested in participating in the upcoming program should be completed by April 30th, 2024. Once submitted, the team will review your application to determine whether you are a good fit for the program. Please see below for key program dates and deadlines:

 

Application Deadline: April 30, 2024

Week 1 (In-Person): May 20 – 23, 2024

Weeks 2-10 (Online): May 27 – July 26, 2024

Final Examination: August 8, 2024

Ready to boost your career?

Step 1: Apply

Visit our application page to start your application.

 

Application Deadline:  April 30th, 2024

Step 2: Acceptance

Once applications are received and reviewed, candidates will be notified of their status and will receive information about how to join the program, course materials, and schedule. 

Step 3: Prepare for CLP

Complete the tuition payment and arrange accommodations for the in-person component of the program.

Step 1:

Visit our application page to start your application. The application deadline is April 30th, 2024.

 


 

Step 2:

Once applications are received and reviewed, candidates will be notified of their status and will receive information about how to join the program, course materials, and schedule. 

 


 

Step 3:

Complete the tuition payment and arrange accommodations for the in-person component of the program.

The application deadline is April 30th, 2024. Acceptance letters will be sent by email on a rolling basis.

To be considered, you should have a minimum of 5 years work experience, however 7 – 10 years of experience is preferred. The program will be delivered in English so competency of English is required.

If you see yourselves among the following categories of candidates, then this program is for you:

 

  • Executives and managers (e.g.,Chief Security Officers/Directors, Chief Risk Officers/Directors, Chief Information Officers/Directors, Chief Technology Officers/Directors, Chief Financial Officers/Directors, etc.) who are interested in understanding the role and functions of a CISO and cybersecurity operations.
  • Executives and managers that aspire to become CISOs.
  • Current CISOs that would like to enhance their knowledge on emerging trends in cybersecurity.
  • Board of Directors who have an interest in cybersecurity functions for governance and oversight purposes.
  • Senior managers who need to receive briefings from CISOs.
  • Financial managers responsible for overseeing information security expenditures.
  • Lawyers who need to provide guidance on cyber security risks.
  • Policy analysts and government officials whose work is at the intersection of policy and cyber security.

 

If you have an atypical background for this program, please explain in your application why you should be considered. We will not dismiss applications based on job titles. We give each applicant our best consideration.

While no other pre-requisites are required to be accepted into the program, our team will make acceptance decisions based on several criteria, including how relevant this training will be for you and your organization.

The fee for attending the program is $15,000 and includes admission into the CLP program and access to the course materials and platform. Tuition payment should be paid in full prior to the program start date.

We offer flexible payment installment plans and priority pricing for alumni and partners. If you are interested in creating a payment plan or if you are interested in our priority pricing, please email us at pratt_cybersec@duke.edu.

The CISO Executive Certificate Program is now providing scholarships for a limited number of participants. These individuals will be recognized as the Paladin CISO Scholars. To qualify, please email  the following to pratt_cybersec@duke.edu: 1) a copy of your CV/Resume, and 2) a brief explanation of why you are interested in the CISO program and how this scholarship will support your professional goals (500 words max)

The application deadline is April 30th, 2024. Acceptance letters will be sent by email on a rolling basis.

To be considered, you should have a minimum of 5 years work experience, however 7 – 10 years of experience is preferred. The program will be delivered in English so competency of English is required.

 

If you see yourselves among the following categories of candidates, then this program is for you:

  • Executives and managers (e.g.,Chief Security Officers/Directors, Chief Risk Officers/Directors, Chief Information Officers/Directors, Chief Technology Officers/Directors, Chief Financial Officers/Directors, etc.) who are interested in understanding the role and functions of a CISO and cybersecurity operations.
  • Executives and managers that aspire to become CISOs.
  • Current CISOs that would like to enhance their knowledge on emerging trends in cybersecurity.
  • Board of Directors who have an interest in cybersecurity functions for governance and oversight purposes.
  • Senior managers who need to receive briefings from CISOs.
  • Financial managers responsible for overseeing information security expenditures.
  • Lawyers who need to provide guidance on cyber security risks.
  • Policy analysts and government officials whose work is at the intersection of policy and cyber security.

 

If you have an atypical background for this program, please explain in your application why you should be considered. We will not dismiss applications based on job titles. We give each applicant our best consideration.

While no other pre-requisites are required to be accepted into the program, our team will make acceptance decisions based on several criteria, including how relevant this training will be for you and your organization.

The fee for attending the program is $15,000 and includes admission into the CLP program and access to the course materials and platform. Tuition payment should be paid in full prior to the program start date.

We offer flexible payment installment plans and priority pricing for alumni and partners. If you are interested in creating a payment plan or if you are interested in our priority pricing, please email us at pratt_cybersec@duke.edu.

The CISO Executive Certificate Program is now providing scholarships for a limited number of participants. These individuals will be recognized as the Paladin CISO Scholars. To qualify, please email  the following to pratt_cybersec@duke.edu: 1) a copy of your CV/Resume, and 2) a brief explanation of why you are interested in the CISO program and how this scholarship will support your professional goals (500 words max)

Questions?

Have questions about the program? Contact our team at pratt_cybersec@duke.edu.