Striking a Balance Between Ethics and ICT Governance
Keywords: Ethics, IT governance, ICT, ACS
AbstractEthics and Information Communication Technology (ICT) Governance both have their place in today’s business organisations, but can their practical applications present an ethical ambiguity for the IT professional employed within the business organisation? The guidelines contained within various codes of ethics recommend principles regarding the ethical behaviour of individual IT professionals. In contrast, IT Governance as outlined in the new Australian Standard for Corporate Governance of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) provides ICT governance advice for business. This paper explores the difference between these viewpoints.
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Pye, G., & Warren, M. (2006). Striking a Balance Between Ethics and ICT Governance. Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 13(2). https://doi.org/10.3127/ajis.v13i2.53
Copyright (c) 2006 Graeme Pye, Matthew Warren
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