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Status & Expectations: - Executive Education Program - New Cyber Security Workgroup Christian Pagel Chairman HR & Education Chairman WG Cyber Security WG
Euro. CIO Education Programme § Objective: Developing an international (European) educational programme for the further professionalisation of the CIO and his staff (IT jobs at the ‘demand’ side) respectively, complementing / certifying existing programs. § Including: – – creating awareness for IT jobs at the ‘demand’ side fostering vocational training to fulfill vacancies cooperating with national CIO-bodies in the majority of European Countries cooperating with Governments, European Commission, Business Schools and other parties when useful (e. CF, job-profiles) – complying with international standards like e. CF etc. – using existing training when available, otherwise developing own education – aiming for (long term) certification (Euro. CIO ‘stamp’) – making PR for this Educational Program both within and outside Euro. CIO
Positioning the Euro. CIO Executive Education Programme Management Staff our challenge: creating top management Advanced Courses for ICT managers in the ICT-supply industry courses for the demand side: Courses + University e-leadership Technical courses programs for technicians (e-business, web 2. 0, and programmers Supply (ICT industry), Universities ERP-use, end users) Demand (CIO-community) Euro. CIO Educational Offering mainly addresses ICT Executives needs at the ‘demand’ side: - the need for business driven (innovation) ICT knowledge for management (e-leadership)
Three layer model 1 st initiative: Executive MBA in Business & IT (76 students) 2 nd initiative: Professional Programme in Business & Enterprise Architecture layer-3: left to the market at national level § Layer 1 & 2: Focus on “demand-management” for international top positions § Programme is a truly European learning experience: multiple European Business Schools and Technical Universities participating § Governed by demand side (CIOs, architects, CISOs, etc. ) § Compliant with European Commission’s e-skills standards (e-Competence Framework, overall e-skills program) § Euro. CIO “stamp” ? ?
Current status § Professional development programmes • Executive MBA in Business and IT (Netherlands and Germany) • Professional Programme in Business and Enterprise Architecture • Cyber Security Program to be launched early 2014 § Partner Universities and Business Schools • Henley Management College • Technical University Munich • Nyenrode • Tias. Nimbas • École Centrale Paris • University of St Gallen
Modular framework promotes sharing modules between business schools & programs Business EA Drivers TRACKS EA Specialisms Business EA Enablers STAGES Strategy and Enterprise Architecture Solutions Implementing Enterprise Architecture 1 2 3 Strategy and Innovation Demand Management Programme Management Enterprise Architecture Scope Governance and Compliance Enterprise Architecture Design Global Sourcing Enterprise Architecture Implementation Support And Execution
Created and designed to meet the skills requirements of our members Regular assessment of the demand for current and future programmes § Long term guidelines from Steering Committee (= link Board + Universities) § Discussion within the HR & Education Work Group (= link with NBs and DMs) § Program Management Committee (= Governance MBA programs and Governance Professional program) § Program Review Board (MBA) and Program Design Board) (= peer review program content) § NEXT: qualification & certification via GUIDE and EU
GUIDE endorsement of Euro. CIO Executive Education Programme as European ‘Best Practice’ Input from all key stakeholders
Next steps § Drive development of ‘fast-track’ programme § More active marketing under NBs and DMs § Constitute Programme Review / Design Boards § Support development of EC GUIDE ‘Quality’ guidelines; Euro. CIO “stamp” ? ? § Identify and incorporate additional business schools / countries § Expand to other stakeholders (CEPIS, CIOnet) § Be an active participant in future European programmes, working with partner organisations
New Executive Programme in Information Security Management § AIM: building “the” European CISO (Corporate Information Security Officer) program. § Fully endorsed by the European Commission (paid via GUIDE) § Fully qualified course (by CISOs etc. ), leading to (the first) formal European CISO certificate. § Linked to the new WG Cyber Security (can act as Program Design Board) § To be linked to professional cyber security platorms, associations, etc. § Build on existing framework (architecture) – facilitate implementation § Under EC GUIDE programme also a ‘fast track’ course (3 modules only) § Participating Business Schools: § University of Antwerp, Tias. Nimbas, Technical University Munich § Incorporate additional business schools (Denmark? ) § ONLY possible IF enough students !
New Workgroup: Cyber Security (1) § AIMs: § connecting national Cyber Security activities of NBs (exchange best national practices) § linking with the Cyber Security Agenda of the European Commission (DG CONNECT) § guiding the CISO Education Program § Workplan (draft): § set up scanning, evaluation & exchange mechanism between members § link to national security platforms & education. Link to Euro. CIO CISO GUIDE program § establish highly confidential platform to exchange cyber security incidents; develop best breed insights; § develop information exchange European Commission (DG CONNECT; ENISA) § Planning: § Discussion & launching Network meeting Zurich § First meeting july/august (web conference). Discuss “workplan” § Participating Business Schools: § University of Antwerp, Tias. Nimbas, Technical University Munich
New Workgroup: Cyber Security (2) § Planning: § Discussion & launching Network meeting Zurich § First meeting july/august (web conference). Discuss “workplan” § Members/organisation: § Chairman (temporarily): Christian Pagel (Euro. CIO Board) § Secretariate: Eric Henault (Euro. CIO office) § Members: § Chris vd Brink (Akzo. Nobel) § John Petersen (Nestle) § Stefan Seguda (Osram) § Dick Brandt (Post. Nl) § Wim Hafkamp (Rabo. Bank) § Christian Meyer (SGL Carbon) § Pierantonio Azzalini (AICA) § Matthieu Boutin (CIGREF) § Antony Verheyen & Alf Moens (CIO-Platform)