Academy for Excellence in Local Governance Graduate Workshop – Cybersecurity Grad Class flyer
**for Academy Graduates only**
Series: Managing the Problem of Cybersecurity
Date: Friday, Jan 14, 2022
Time: 10:00 am – 2:30 pm (lunch provided)
7225 Parkway Drive
Hanover, MD 21076
Cost: $100 (includes lunch and materials)
The Academy for Excellence in Local Governance Graduate Program is designed to provide continuing education to public leaders in Maryland to enhance their knowledge, skills, and abilities. The Graduate Program is open to those Academy Fellows who have completed the Academy core program. Additional Graduate Program course offerings will be forthcoming.
The Academy for Excellence in Local Governance will be offering, “Managing the Problem of Cybersecurity” at LGIT on January 14, 2022. A brief class description is below:
This course explores the key issues facing policy makers attempting to manage the problem of cybersecurity including the technical foundations underpinning modern public services, the threat landscape, and the strategic consequences and risks facing leaders. The course is designed for county and municipal government leaders with little to no background in information technology, and will provide the principles to understand the current debates shaping a rapidly evolving security landscape. The instructor will be Associate Research Professor Charlie Harry from the School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland.
Sponsored by: the MD Municipal League, the MD Assoc. of Counties, the University of MD, and the Local Government Insurance Trust.