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MAJOR DIGITAL SOVEREIGNTY & CYBERSECURITY

IS AIMED AT HIGH-LEVEL MANAGERS WISHING TO ENHANCE THEIR SKILLS IN THE STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF THEIR MISSIONS

CHALLENGES

Digital transformation is the result of the convergence of new technologies that exploit data that is often sensitive for individuals, businesses and governments.

Civilian and military organisations, both public and private, must adapt to deal with the growing number of threats (predators are now migrating to the digital space that offers them the best risk/advantage ratio).

The digital field is now widely used or instrumentalised by States and political entities for the purposes of sabotage, espionage or subversion; as such, it is becoming increasingly important in defence policies.

Cybercrime is "the crime of the 21st century". In its paroxysmal forms, it is akin to cyber-conflictuality, which is currently poorly regulated by international law.

Collective and collaborative cybersecurity calls for greater public/private and international cooperation; the traditional concept of sovereignty is being called into question in favour of a quest for strategic autonomy.

OBJECTIVES

The 'Digital Sovereignty and Cybersecurity' major offers excellent training that responds to the current concerns of high-level managers. By combining theory and practice, through meetings with public and private players in cybersecurity, students will be able to :

  • develop a strategic approach to the challenges of cyber defence and cyber security;
  • Understand the role and importance of cyber defence in national defence and how the State has adapted to this new challenge;
  • Understand the nature and scope of the digital transformation and assess its consequences in terms of threats;
  • understand the diversity of interactions between players operating in specific political, legal, ethical or technical fields;
  • examine the driving forces and workings of public decision-making and State action at national, European and international level;
  • take part in a collective process of reflection, based on a diversity of skills, to serve the interests of citizens, business and government and, more generally, the European Union.

NUMBER OF LISTENERS 45

Course duration 39 days between September and June each year

CONTACT

If you have any questions about rates or the recruitment process:

recrutement.auditeurs@ihedn.fr

For all questions relating to the organisation and content of the major :

snc@ihedn.fr

6 December 2023