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AIIM True North: "Digital Ethics: A Case Study of Critical Elements to Improve Information Governance" on May 27th at 12:00 PM ET.

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AIIM True North would like to invite you to webinar "Digital Ethics: A Case Study of Critical Elements to Improve Information Governance" with speaker Lorelei Chernyshov on May 27, 2021 at 12:00 PM ET. The presentation will be a case study of how digital ethics delivers business value and the key elements to develop a digital ethics framework. This webinar is eligible for 1.0 CEU. Please use the CEU submission process at this link: CIP Renewal.

Title: Digital Ethics: A Case Study of Critical Elements to Improve Information Governance

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Digital Ethics addresses the “shoulds" rather than the “coulds” of an organization. The presentation is a case study and will examine specific examples of “should we do this?” or “shouldn’t we look at this gap?” The case study will also examine digital ethics with a focus on the business value beyond just addressing compliance and risk to promote good corporate citizenship, brand trust, and digital ethics by design technology. Finally, the case study will describe how to develop a framework that aligns with information and corporate governance.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Starting a digital ethics initiative and moving it forward
  2. Building awareness of digital ethics with management and broadly across the organization
  3. Promoting digital ethics with key stakeholders who will become champions for a cultural mind-shift
  4. Establishing a management-level Digital Ethics Working Group
  5. Understanding the key element of a digital ethics framework and how to implement with management support

Speaker's Bio:

Lorelei Chernyshov initiated, formed and chair a digital ethics workgroup that provides recommendations to inform policy elements both enterprise and affiliate wide within the financial services organization. Manage an information governance team comprised of programs addressing privacy, data flow and system mapping, business continuity, and PCI (Payment Card Industry) certification, and regulatory retention and disposition oversight. Achieved a Master of Science in Legal Studies in Data Privacy and Cybersecurity; recipient of CIP In Action AIIM International Leadership Award 2019; and the SC Media Reboot International Leadership Award (Top Manager) for a holistic approach to cyber security and information governance.

Note that if you are a CIP, then you will earn 1.0 CEU for attending this webinar.

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