Name Professor Course Date ETHICAL DECISION MAKING A Chief Information Officer (CIO) has a responsibility of ensuring streamline flow of information in an organization using information technology and computer systems which advantages outweigh the disadvantages. Ethical hackers might infiltrate the computer systems with a utilitarian intention of exposing the bad guys with bad intentions for a greater benefit of the organization. [...]
Discussion Topic: Ethical Decision-making Discuss how a [Chief Information Officer] CIO might handle ethical decision making for an information technology issue (of your choosing) based on your reading of Module 1: Introduction to Ethical Theories and its coverage of ethical theories that provide common approaches to ethical decision making i.e., Virtue Ethics, Utilitarian, Fairness, Common Good, etc.), including the table labeled, Major Ethical Theories. In your response, briefly describe an information technology issue or problem (hacking, employee monitoring of IT use, etc.) of your choosing that requires an organizational response and frame it within one or more of the ethical theories in a way that the organizational response (policy, actions, etc.) is consistent with the tenets of that theory. Assignment Activities: Click the Start a New Thread button. Type your full name followed by the words Direct Response in the Subject Field Post your discussion direct response in at least 200 words and click the Post button. You should also reply (in at least 50 words) to at least two of the direct response posts of your peers on two other separate days during this week. In your peer reply post, share with us what you think about how your course peer has addressed those topics or issues in ways that further the consideration of the discussion topic. Post as early as possible in the week whenever you see posts by your peers to which you can reply and/or after you have completed (at least some of) the assigned reading or so that there is time for your peers to review it and promote discussion.