Assessing the Impact of Technology on Corporate Culture and Ethics - ITG270

Overview

This course goes beyond the typical discussions about ethics, and covers the implications of technology on governance, institutional change, digital transformation, cybersecurity, automation and digitalization on organizations. It examines the use of the internet, digital marketing, AI, cyber terrorism, intellectual property, surveillance, social media, and privacy.


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Tuition cost

$2,063

NASBA Certified CPE

32 Credits

Information Technology

Why you should attend

You should attend because as technology grows and continues its influence on daily activities, it causes ethical impacts that should be understood and managed.

Who should attend

Auditors and security professionals with a focus on technology who are assessing the impacts of governance, security and automation of an enterprise’s corporate culture and its ability to reduce the frequency and impact of fraud.

What You'll learn

You will learn how organizational change impacts culture, IT features and their relationship to ethics, how the internet and automation are affecting ethics, and how moral judgment impacts control design, compliance and reporting.

Prerequisites

  • Auditing Corporate Culture and Ethics (OAM223) or equivalent experience
  • Understanding Corporate Culture
  • Key Organizational Policies That Have an Impact on and Relate to Ethics
  • How Institutional Change Can Impact Culture & Ethics
  • Security Features That Have A Relationship To Ethics
  • Information and Privacy Laws
  • Digital Transformation
  • AI & Roboethics
  • Digital Marketing Ethics & Etc.
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Schedule your course

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Timezone: Asia/Dubai

October 2021

TBD
Oct 4th, 2021-Oct 7th, 2021
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