Information Security, Privacy and Ethics

Course Code
MBAN 504
1.5 hours
  • Winter 23 (B)
MBAN Students Only

Information Security, Privacy and Ethics --- Information security is essential to the business analytics process. This course will introduce students to the ethical and legal issues surrounding business analytics such as consent, anonymity, privacy, data integrity, access and exclusion, algorithmic bias and relevant regulatory considerations regarding information security and privacy. The course will introduce fundamental concepts of network security, cyber security, potential threats/malware and policies/practices to manage security threats; and discuss relevant technical aspects of information security such as authentication approaches, data encryption, digital signature and public key.

Taught By
David Hess
  • Professor
David Hess is a Professor of Business Law and Business Ethics at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. He has a PhD in...
Ruslan Momot
  • Assistant Professor of Technology and Operations