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Department
Commerce
Course Code
COMM 205
Professor
Adam Saunders
Lecture
8

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COMM 205
Introduction to Management
Information Systems
Winter 2015 - Section 201
COMM 205
Introduction to Management
Information Systems
Winter 2015 - Section 201
Information Security, Privacy and
Ethics
Information Security, Privacy and
Ethics
Learning ObjectivesLearning Objectives
1. Explain what information ethics and information
privacy are.
2. Describe information security and and explain
why people are the first line of defense in terms
of protecting information
1. Explain what information ethics and information
privacy are.
2. Describe information security and and explain
why people are the first line of defense in terms
of protecting information
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Learning Objective 1Learning Objective 1
Explain what information ethics and
information privacy are.
Explain what information ethics and
information privacy are.
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Ethics in the Corporate
Environment
Ethics in the Corporate
Environment
Ethics refers to the moral principles of right and
wrong that individuals use to make choices that
guide their behaviour.
Ethics refers to the moral principles of right and
wrong that individuals use to make choices that
guide their behaviour.
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Code of Ethics –a
collection of principles
that are intended to
guide decision making
by members of an
organization.
Fundamental
Principles of Ethics
Fundamental
Principles of Ethics
Responsibility – means that you accept the
consequences of your decisions and actions.
Accountability – determines who is responsible for
actions that were taken.
Liability – a legal concept meaning that individuals
have the right to recover the damages done to them
by other individuals, organizations, or systems.
Responsibility – means that you accept the
consequences of your decisions and actions.
Accountability – determines who is responsible for
actions that were taken.
Liability – a legal concept meaning that individuals
have the right to recover the damages done to them
by other individuals, organizations, or systems.
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Ethics and Information
Technology
Ethics and Information
Technology
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Privacy –involve collecting, storing and
disseminating personal information about individuals.
Accuracy – involve the authenticity, fidelity and
accuracy of information that is collected and
processed.
Property – involve the ownership and value of
information.
Accessibility – revolve around who should have
access to information and whether a fee should be
paid for this access.
Privacy –involve collecting, storing and
disseminating personal information about individuals.
Accuracy – involve the authenticity, fidelity and
accuracy of information that is collected and
processed.
Property – involve the ownership and value of
information.
Accessibility – revolve around who should have
access to information and whether a fee should be
paid for this access.
Information PrivacyInformation Privacy
Privacy – the right to be left alone and to be free of
unreasonable personal intrusion.
Information privacy –the right to determine when,
and to what extent, information about you can be
gathered and/or communicated to others.
It is about how personal information is collected and
shared.
Information privacy legislation varies from Europe,
the United States and Canada.
Privacy – the right to be left alone and to be free of
unreasonable personal intrusion.
Information privacy –the right to determine when,
and to what extent, information about you can be
gathered and/or communicated to others.
It is about how personal information is collected and
shared.
Information privacy legislation varies from Europe,
the United States and Canada.
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