For someone, showing non-obvious things in one’s business is routine, but for us it is an opportunity to understand and rethink the art of the game. That is why the January interaction of the study program of strategic leadership for Ukrainian managers in cyberspace “SOPHOS. JOINT. CYBER – 2022” was dedicated to “(not) obvious, but crucial partnerships 2.0”.
The author of the program is the Global Cyber Cooperative Centre (GC3) with the support of the National Cyber Security Coordination Center (NCCC) of the National Defense Security Council of Ukraine (NSDC). The TransformWISE agency acted as an intellectual partner in the creation of this program.
To take a broader view of the topic of the fourth module, an interaction was created between two teams: “Civil Officer Academy” and “Sophos Joint Cyber”. During the study program, the participants produced their strategies for relationships, ecosystems of the future in cyberspace. Philosophers, thinkers, creative personalities took part in teaching. Among the teachers were also partners of the Global Cyber Cooperative – representatives of CDAC (Cyber Defense Assistance Collaborative), who participated in strategic cases of creating ecosystems in cyberspace at the municipal level.
Participants of the program are representatives of public and private companies. The program has become a platform where participants actualize their strategic thinking skills, practice the principles of creating complex systems, and also form (non)obvious partnerships.
The National Cyber Security Coordination Center (NCCC) is a working body of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine. The Center should ensure the coordination of the activities of the national security and defense entities of Ukraine during the implementation of the Cybersecurity Strategy of Ukraine, increase the efficiency of the state administration system in the formation and implementation of state policy in the field of cyber security.