Ethical Data and Information Management: Concepts, Tools and Methods (Paperback)
Information and how we manage, process and govern it is becoming increasingly important as organizations ride the wave of the big data revolution. Ethical Data and Information Management offers a practical guide for people in organizations who are tasked with implementing information management projects. It sets out, in a clear and structured way, the fundamentals of ethics, and provides practical and pragmatic methods for organizations to embed ethical principles and practices into their management and governance of information.
Written by global experts in the field, Ethical Data and Information Management is an important book addressing a topic high on the information management agenda. Key coverage includes how to build ethical checks and balances into data governance decision making; using quality management methods to assess and evaluate the ethical nature of processing during design; change methods to communicate ethical values; how to avoid common problems that affect ethical action; and how to make the business case for ethical behaviours.
About the Author
Katherine O'Keefe is a Data Governance and Data Protection Consultant and Trainer at Castlebridge, Ireland's leading Business Information Strategy consultancies. She is a highly experienced consultant and trainer in Information Ethics, Data Privacy, and Data Governance. She lectures on Data Ethics at the Law Society of Ireland Diploma Centre.
Daragh O Brien is a veteran consultant and advisor in Information Strategy, Governance, and Quality. He founded Castlebridge in 2009 and works with a variety of organisations of all sizes to improve how organisations manage and handle information to deliver value. He lectures on data privacy, data governance, and related topics at the Law Society of Ireland and a number of Irish universities.
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