Cybercrime: Cybersecurity Ethics
|Course Name||Cybercrime: Cybersecurity Ethics|
|Description||This micro-course is aimed at professionals, board members, C-suite or corporate executives and employees who are responsible for governance, policy and compliance roles. Professionals need to understand how various threats can cause ethical considerations for their organization including their value-chain. This micro-course focuses on educating both employees and decision-makers about the ethical considerations posed by breaches and lack of due diligence with regards to cybersecurity. The consequences will be explored using several distinct concepts as to clearly illustrate a very specific ethical dilemma. This course uses multiple industries to illustrate the daily ethical issues faced by organizations. After taking this micro-course, organizations will be able to better understand cybersecurity ethics and make better ethical choices for their cybersecurity governance policies and procedures.
Upon successful completion of this micro-course you will be able to:
• Explain ethical responsibility and why it is different than whistle blowing.
• Describe how due diligence can clash with customer privacy.
• Deal with ethical dilemmas related to monetizing personal data.
• Deal with ethical dilemmas related to terrorism and protecting customer data.
• Deal with ethical dilemmas related to violating privacy for the greater good.
• Deal with ethical dilemmas related to unethical business practices and unethical leaking of information.
• Deal with ethical dilemmas related to withholding notifications and impacting large numbers of users.
|Section||Cost||Semester||Start Date||End Date||Meeting Times||Campus|
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