Suggest relevant changes to the organization itself and changes to the ethical guidelines that could have prevented the incident. Standards external to the organization that may have helped prevent the incident should also be proposed. This assignment will also address international compliance standards and how they would have been relevant to the incident. The impact of the incident on global communication and commerce will be analyzed, as well as the impact on the global technology environment.
Specifically the following critical elements must be addressed:
Propose relevant changes to the organization that may have prevented the incident. How would these changes have helped to prevent the occurrence?
Propose reasonable ethical guidelines that could have helped prevent the incident and that might help the organization prevent future incidents. Propose changes to the standards external to the organization that might have helped prevent the incident. This can include changes to regulations and regulatory and ethical standards that might exist today but did not exist or were not properly delivered at the time of the incident. Be sure to support your conclusions.
What international compliance standards (either at the time of the incident or today) would have been relevant to the incident, and how? If your company is not global, imagine that is.
Analyze the impact of the incident on global communication and commerce (again, if your organization is not global, imagine otherwise). In other words, what impact did (or would) the incident have on views and use of information technology and communication in global contexts?
Global Technology Environment: Based on your research and analysis of this case, determine the global legal and regulatory impacts this case had on the information technology overall. In other words, determine the relationship between this case and the global regulatory standards that are now in place, will be put in place shortly, or should be put in place as a result of this or related incident(s).