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ITM 620

Privacy in the Digital Age

The course explores issues of privacy in the digital age. It offers students an understanding of the concepts, terminology, and issues related to data and information access and privacy. It adopts a management perspective in exploring these issues, and introduces theories, standards, and techniques underlying information management programs and privacy protection practices. The course further explores the ethical use of personal information in a world of interconnected devices. Students will be exposed to how technologies capture and process personal information, and learn how successful enterprises act to protect information and privacy, and comply with relevant data protection regulations. The course further explores legal concepts, regulators’ expectations and industry best practices.
Weekly Contact: Lecture: 3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1


ITM 500 AND LAW 122





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