cyb320 | undergraduate
Global Cyber Ethics
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The Influence of Culture, Religion, and Values on Intellectual Property, Privacy, and Corruption
- Differentiate global political perspectives on corruption, human rights, and rights to privacy in the U.S. and Key Nations.
- Implement privacy in a cloud-based resource.
- Illustrate ethical values that transcend culture, religion, and nationality.
Ethics in the Formulation of Global Network Security and Reliability Policies
- Apply ethical theories to global industries.
- Compare and contrast ethical decision-making approaches to global polices.
- Establish polices for ongoing ethical dilemma resolution.
Ethical Decision Making in a Global Economy
- Translate abstract ethical theories into a concrete global perspective.
- Examine practical challenges in global governance.
- Manage complex ethical questions with a variety of stakeholders.
- Complete a corporate ethics portfolio.
Foundations of Ethics
- Classify ethical theories through a historical perspective.
- Examine moral dilemmas from various ethical stances, such as Kantianism, act utilitarianism, rule utilitarianism, social contract theory, and virtue ethics.
- Interpret the globalization of ethics within international organizations.
Fundamental Ethical Issues in the Cyber Domain
- Apply ethical theories to technical issues.
- Compare and contrast the role of state and non-state influences on security, trade, and sustainable technology growth.
- Implement an ethical choice toward a cloud-based resource.
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