Carnegie Mellon University

Disruptive and Emerging Technology Executive Education Programs

The rapidly evolving landscape of technology and related security challenges requires an understanding of the business application and the ability to apply best practices to create solutions. 

Executive Education at Carnegie Mellon University works with leaders at all levels to translate emerging technology into actionable business value. Executive Education draws upon expertise across Carnegie Mellon University to deliver programs to better understand the technology, use cases and changes in the competitive landscape, and identify innovations to add value to organizations.

Technology Programs for Individuals

Cybersecurity Accountability and the Corporate Board

Enhance your understanding of cybersecurity and become the board-level translator of cyber risks and their relationship to business impact.

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Blockchain Executive Education Programs

Carnegie Mellon Executive Education works with leaders at all levels to translate the emerging research from the Blockchain Initiative into actionable business value.

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Internet of Things: Cyber Security and Privacy

Translate emerging Internet of Things research into actionable business value.

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Custom Technology Programs

Assess emerging technology and current use cases, and translate these into opportunities to create innovative product and service offerings, increase operational efficiencies, reduce risk, and collaborate with ecosystem partners. Executive Education programs provide a baseline of foundational knowledge, updates on new developments, and engagement on the potential for business impact.

Example Program Topics

  • Introduction to blockchain and cryptocurrency
  • Understanding/managing risk (technical, social, internal/external, etc.)
  • Cyber Security
  • Understanding and designing blockchain protocols
  • Designing incentive mechanisms for decentralized ledgers
  • Valuing cryptocurrency and utility tokens
  • Internet of Things
  • Regulatory trends