Getting Cybersmart

With Chloe Hatzis


Length: 3 weeks

Effort: 2 to 3 hours per week

Partner: Cahoot Learning

Program overview

It is no longer sufficient to rely on IT teams to solve the challenges of cybersecurity in organisations. 

As the first, second or third line of defence, individuals in business today need the skills and tools to manage cyber risk and maintain a defensive mindset when it comes to cybercrime.

Using real-world examples and the very best tools in experiential learning, Getting Cybersmart delves into the cyber threat landscape showcasing the potential dangers threatening business today, providing methods and frameworks to create and foster an ethical cybersecurity culture. Just as we have to pass the “rules-of-the-road” test and get our driver’s license before we can get on the highway in today’s environment, it is imperative to pass the “getting Cybersmart” test before getting on the “cyber-highway”!

If your people want to get into the mind of hackers and learn how they can become the “firewall” to stay safe in cyberspace, join us for this exciting journey. Change cyber habits, change the cyber-culture in your organisation so that the “bad guys” out there do not stand a chance!

Who is it for?

For people who need to understand, build skills in and apply them in staying safe in cyberspace to protect themselves and their organisation.  

Program Curriculum

  • A catalogue of crimes – High stakes and the impact of cybercrime
  • Epic tales of woe: Motives, marriages and the sins of social media
  • Social engineering attacks – “hacking” without computers
  • Phishing – Think before you Click
  • Applied Learning
  • A Defensive Mindset – Cultivating “Polite Paranoia”
  • What your password says about you
  • Applied learning Project
  • Access Denied – Cyber Risk Management
  • Do not look at me – The thin line between privacy and surveillance
  • Self-awareness and habits – Your cybersecurity toolkit
  • Your cybersecurity arsenal – useful technologies Sun Tzu in Cyberspace culture
  • Cyber Safety at your organisation
  • Applied Learning Project

Meet the Coach

Chloe Hatzis

Cahoot thought leader Chloe HatzisChloe Hatzis is internationally experienced at implementing law and information security in business operations, and assists clients in the fields of ICT, cyberlaw and data security with the support of the ICTLC legal practitioners. Her experience includes cyber security strategy, international privacy and data protection law, information security management, corporate governance, and cyberlaw training for executive-level management.

Her unique skill-set enables her to bridge the gap between implementing law, technology, business process and security to empower individuals and organisations to make informed decisions about their information.

Chloe is the Deputy Chair of the Melbourne Executive Committee for the Australian Information Security Association (AISA). In 2019, Chloe was nominated for ‘the One to Watch’ in the Australian Women in Security awards. She has presented on privacy and security-related topics to students and school boards across Victoria, and through AISA has arranged various public events focusing on law and cyber security.

How is it done?

Active learning with cohorts

Learners will generate ideas, present and deliver together with their peers to help get different perspectives, internalise learnings and identify ways to apply them in the workforce.

Deep reflections

Learners will have the opportunity to reflect and analyse what they have learnt, how far they have come, and how they can apply these learnings in the workforce.

Real-time insights

Learners get real-time insights on how far they are performing vs their cohort that helps set their pace and enjoy a healthy dose of competition at the same time. 

Immersive experience

Learners get rich, snackable content that helps boost their retention. They are given tools that enable strong collaboration and deep conversations with their peers. 

“I think my overall awareness has changed the most. I’m a lot more conscious of all the different areas at risk and methods of cybercrime and know what should be in place to prevent attacks.”

Create a strong defence on cybersecurity

Learn how Getting Cybersmart helps your people better protect the organisation.