This paper focuses on the stakeholders in public
sector information management—who are they, what are their roles and impacts,
and why is each important to me as a public servant or citizen?
It consists of 3 parts (below) plus an introduction
and references sections. To make it easier for readers to follow your
thinking, please discuss the topics in the order presented below, with
Ethical/Legal Issues and Challenges:
perspective what are the major ethical and legal challenges and risks for abuse
that we must keep top of mind in the collection, management, and use of
information and technologies overall—and in the public arena
to help prevent unethical uses of data in general and especially in the public
Part 2: Technology-related
Threats and Challenges, e.g., Cybersecurity:
the major technology-related threats, risks, and challenges to protecting data.
What are the major threats and risks?
“dark web” is big business.
What is the “dark
What threats does it pose to your personal/family
use and/or your organization’s use of technology and information?
do we minimize the risks you discussed above? E.g., what are some
best/next cybersecurity practices for protecting information and
Part 3: Biblical Principles:
principles can help inform and shape your collection, management, and ethical use
of information and technologies?
knowledge personal and actionable–how will you and how will you help those
the misuse or abuse of information and
use information and technology for the benefits of all?
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Part 4: Summary
What are the key takeaways of importance or value to you?