Data Ethics and Information Management
Data ethics is becoming central for information management discussions
Data ethics is becoming an important consideration in the holistic management of an organisations' information management. This includes both private and non-private data and thinking about all the implications of collection, use and disposal. We know, with scandals like Cambridge Analytica and Facebook, that the public backlash from misuse is severe.
Organisations with visionary leaders are now actively commissioning new roles and work in this area. In act, the EU has now released guidelines and organisations are putting these into practice. This short course introduces some of these important issues.
This three-hour workshop will:
Explore the background to Data Ethics Governance
Consider the Data Ethics debate and the legal and philosophical issues
Review existing regulation and standards
Discuss Public concerns and expectations
Take an opportunity to understand
Definitions of data ethics
Data Ethics Governance
Bias and fairness in analytics and algorithmic analysis and assessment
Intersection with the GDPR including transparency and accountability
Good data handling
Frameworks for systems design and deployment
Mechanisms for participation
Outcome: Delegates will be able to understand the principles of data ethics, the reasons for design as well as the core elements that should be considered as part of wider governance.
Audience: CxO or equivalent senior leaders, HR Professionals, Compliance and Risk Professionals, Non-Executive Directors, those responsible for input to Digital Strategies, Target Operating Models and Business Model Creation.
For more information , or to discuss an in-house course for your business, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org