Navigator - Europe FAQs | ISTARI


Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Who should apply to Navigator?

Navigator has been designed with the most senior cybersecurity leader at an organisation in mind. If you oversee complex cyber capabilities at a market-leading organisation, and are looking to lead the transition from cybersecurity to cyber resilience, Navigator is the best place to start.

Where do the programmes take place?

We host three cohorts each year across the world between America, EMEA and APAC. This year in Europe, we will convene on 22 - 25 October in Cambridge, UK.

How long does Navigator take to complete?

Navigator takes place over the course of a working week.

For the 2024 programme in Europe, participants will arrive in Cambridge on Monday, 21 October, for a welcome dinner reception. The curriculum is delivered over four full days this year, from Tuesday, 22 October to Friday, 25 October.

How much does the programme cost?

The Navigator programme in Europe costs £7,500. This includes accommodation and all breakfasts, lunches and a welcome and farewell dinner but excludes travel and taxes. UK VAT is additional and applied at 20%.

How many participant places are there in each cohort?

To ensure the best learning experience possible, we limit the number of participants per cohort to 25. This creates an intimate environment and facilitates peer-to-peer knowledge exchange.

How much preparation time is involved?

No preparation time is required. However, participants will be sent a recommended reading list ahead of the programme to make the most out of the experience. Success occurs when opportunity meets preparation.

Is this programme certified?

This programme is certified by the CPD Certification Service. It may be applicable to individuals who are members of, or are associated with, UK-based professional bodies. Find out more about CPD

Participants will also receive a certificate of attendance signed by ISTARI and Cambridge Judge Business School.

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