Lifelong learningRisk Management, International Security and Cybersecurity

Lifelong learning
Graduate degree or Higher
9 000€

Management of Risk Training, International Security and Cybersecurity

The issue of the physical security of companies can no longer be dissociated from the intangible digital and web-based threats that affect the economy.


The protection of businesses and international security is now a strategic issue that can be treated with a series of technical measures.


To meet this need for a comprehensive approach to cyber security, the EGE has decided to launch the MBA in Risk Management, International Security and Cybersecurity within its lifelong learning offer.


EGE Ranking:

·         EDUNIVERSAL best Master’s, MS and MBA in France in the category of Economic Intelligence - 1st since 2002 ie for 15 years

·         EDUNIVERSAL best Master’s, MS and MBA in the world in the category Business Intelligence, Knowledge and Security Management - oscillates between 4th and 7th in the world since 2009

·         EDUNIVERSAL Pedagogy Trophy - Christian Harbulot is regularly in the top 10 Master’s in France (1st in 2010)

·         Best Book devoted Economic Intelligence in 2012 - the EI Manual coordinated by the EGE

Training objectives :

The MBA Risk Management, International Security and Cybersecurity prepares for the risks of tomorrow:

·         Knowing the geopolitics of cyber-security (domestic risks...) criminal risks (mafias...)

·         Teach the know-how of security, the cyber world ​​(with no need for a technical background) and the management of risks to executives from both the private and public sectors

·         Understanding public/private cooperation in the areas of cyber security

·         Police, DGSI, DGSE, DPRSD, ANSSI…

·         Assimilate the mapping of actors in the cybersecurity professions and the roles of each one

·         Implement a security policy within a company or organization

·         Be able to assess the risks in their entirety (human, complex installations, maritime risks, etc...)

·         Controlling and managing compliance risks and conducting due diligence

·         Making discipline an essential part of corporate governance

·         Designing a service offering in Cyber-security (audit and study)

·         Raise awareness and train staff at Cyber security

·         Understand network architecture and the place of cybersecurity

·         Anticipate the crisis through the implementation of a risk management policy (Quality control, PCA, specific cell...)

·         Prepare crisis management and communication (decision room, media-training...)

·         Law and cyber-security (standards, certifications ...)


Professionals from all sectors in charge of security and cybersecurity, students or executives of the public sector (police, defense…) seeking a career change, reservists or active professionals.






The Risk Management, International Security and Cybersecurity MBA ecompasses 7 modules:


Module 1: Definition and Géopolitique cyber-Security

·         The cybersecurity market, mapping of actors

·         Russia

·         Asia

·         Africa

·         Europe

·         Security safety concept - homeland security

·         Cyberspace geopolitics


Module 2: Cybersecurity

·         Fundamentals, stakes

·         Computer hygiene

·         Identifying risks and vulnerabilities

·         Management of cyber security (innovative SME ...)

·         Internal information systems/IS outsourcing

·         Cyber Security Audit

·         In the mind of a hacker

·         Attack Typology


Module 3: International Security

·         Regional Geopolitics and Analysis of Cross-Cutting Threats

·         Fraud, money laundering, counterfeiting and corruption

·         Individual security of the employee on assignment

·         Expatriation

·         Methodology for compiling the country file

·         Information and Security

·         Physical security of goods and people

·         Evacuation plan

·         Information security and travelling abroad

·         The safety of the company and employees in isolated areas

·         Security within an NGO

·         Maritime safety


Module 4: Law and Human Resources

·         Law and security

·         Security and human resources

·         Regulations

·         Protection of patents and standards

·         Compliance

·         Due diligence

·         Business secrecy


Module 5: The company and security

·         Security within the company

·         Challenges and implementation of a safety policy

·         Methodology of the safety/security audit

·         Protection of the company's intangible heritage

·         Protection of information

·         New Safety and Security Technologies


Module 6: Risk management and crisis management

·         Risk typology

·         Terrorist risk management

·         Protection of complex installations (industrial, nuclear, log ....)

·         Crisis Management Exercise (War Room/Decision Room)

·         Business Continuity Plan


Module 7: The role of the manager in Cyber-Security

·         Raising awareness among staff

·         Business Games

·         Creating a cyber/security direction

·         The security director

·         The RSSI

·         The role of the State (police/services...)




In Security and Risk

After the Management of Risk, International Security and Cybersecurity MBA, students can consider the following career paths:


·         Cybersecurity analyst

·         Crisis management specialist

·         Cybersecurity trainer/instructor

·         Risk Managers

·         Due Diligence Consultant

·         Compliance Officer

·         Communications and crisis management consultant

·         Consultant in the parallel markets fight

·         Anti Money-Laundering officer

·         Head of security





The School offers the possibility, for all of its courses, to apply online throughout the whole year: spanning from January to December.

The selection of candidates is performed by application file (CV and application question form) followed by an interview.



Professionals must have a first level Master’s degree in order to be considered for the MBA in Risk Management, International Security and Cybersecurity MBA programme, along with 3 years of experience in executive roles (decisions are made case by case if the candidate has an unusual or atypical background).